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Oracle Society

Oracle is an Ithaca College first-year honor society. First-year students in the top 10 percent of their schools at the end of their second semester are invited to join the society.

School of Business

Alexandra Maria Adams • Emily Johanna Bonanno • Ryan Allen Buchanan • Guillermina Castro Martinez • Ana Korotoumou Coulibaly • Adam Michael French • Hannah Kayla Friedfertig • Timothy Carmen Friedo • Drew Thomas Lapinski • Grey Larkin • Peter Matthew Mankiewich • Emma Rose Means • Elizabeth Ann Petrocelli • Anabel Pichardo Santana • William C. Reynolds • Sydney A. Salmon • Megan J. Schumacher • Morgan Munroe Shibel • Jelena Stamenkovic

Roy H. Park School of Communications

Sierra Kelly Baker • Kara M. Bowen • Kristin Amie Butler • Anne Livingstone Carlson • Alexandra Courtin Coburn • Jessica E. Competiello • Rachel Lynn Cutsumpas • Lily Marie Dickinson • Connor Duffy • Matthew Glenn Feiler • Olivia Riley Forker • Julianne Rose Grillo • Sierra Lyn Guardiola • Kristen Rose Harrison • Ashlee Rose Hicks • Sarah Brooke Horbacewicz • Jonathon Oliver Iris • Taryn Hailey Israel • Devin Hagop Kasparian • Maryn A. Kerr • Eugene Vladimirovich Kuznetsov • Morgan Taylor LaDuke • Samantha Ashley Marks • Meaghan Kathleen McElroy • Marinne Eliza McNally • Rebecca Catherine Mehorter • Abigail Inna Mejia • Margaret Mowrer • Erica D. Otis • Nicole Lauren Peter • Matthew Aaron Price • Julia Rose Rongo • Brianna Danielle Ruback • Nikolas Allan Smith-DiGennaro • Sara Isabella Solon • Kevin Patrick Swann

School of Health Sciences and Human Performance

Rebecca Amir • Haley Katherine Ashton • Zoe Emma Barker • Meghan Lee Beahan • Lauren I. Bovenzi • Liza O'Grady Caldicott • Margaret Mary Callery • Matthew John Clements • Madison Rose D'Amico • Matthew J. Darby • Kelsey Rose Englerth • Cassandra Lyn Fairbrother • Christina Marie Fandaros • Danielle Megan Frankel • Jessica Dawn Fritzsch • Elizabeth Noel Gee • Aishwarya Ashley Gurung • Sara Eve Jonas • Nicole Renee Kimmell • Sara Ann Lashinsky • Madelyn Eve McConnon • Jeffrey William Montgomery • Julia Marie Muller • Margaret Erin Nickerson • Jonathan Ramos • Lindsay Michelle Scott • Kaitlyn Marie Sevilla • Justina M. Snyder • Laura Tarone • Cody Matthew Wamsley • Ashley M. Warren • Michaela Hope Zeller • Tiani Chantelle Ziegler

School of Humanities and Sciences

Nabilah A. Abdalla • Avital Abraham • Christopher Acosta • Maxwell Louis Barish • Raven Samhain Bartlett • Soren Sahara Beck • Taylor Berger-Knorr • Urja Bhatia • Colin Robert Boyd • Mackenzie Leigh Bragan • Isabel Adelaide Brooke • Chloe Brosnan • Erin Grace Broussard • Kurt Riley Burdick • Alexis Burian • Kimberly L. Dietz • Mikayla Simmons Caruso • Timothy James Chappell • Binghong Chen • Joseph O'Neill Cleveland • Mariama Diallo • Isobel Marie Duncan • Alexandra Maria Estanislau • Audrianna N. Evelyn • Olivia Sara Gellar • Maya Rachel Greenberg • Elisabeth Judy Grossman • Heetisha Devi Inderjeet • Kaitlyn Mae Jackson • Evan Louis Jones • Isabella Julian • Tiranke Kande • Katja Artina Krieger • Audrey G. Lang • Colten W. Lavery • Savanna Elise Lenker • Aidan A. Lentz • Brielle Logan • Lydia Grace Loiselle • Alexander Anthony Massoud • Roxanne Janczewski Matten • Andrew T. McCabe • Margaret Anne McKinnis • Jordan James McMahon • Araxie Mehrotra • Zoe Frances Merod • Carly Ng • Molly Renee Noel • Alexander Zi Perry • Thomas Matthew Pettitt • Katherine Louise Polley • Alex Python • Meghan Nicole Ricciardi • Max J. Robinson • Jessica E. Scarano • Josephine E. Sepel • Elon Adam Skolnik • Brittany Sita Spoto • Daniel Jeremiah Sullivan • Hannah Louise Thien • Rowan Elizabeth Thorsland • Grace K. Tiso • Paige Ann Twining • Nora R. Vail • Lucia Berde Vecchio

School of Music

Katelyn Elizabeth Adams • Aleyna Mary Ashenfarb • Bethany Ann Cripps • Francesco DiLello • Hailey K. Dziendziel • Julia Mary Lavernoich • Sara L. Mercurio • Emily Ann O'Connor • Averi Ray Parece • Julia Marie Plato • Olivia Pia Rhein • Melanie Ann Sadoff • Kristy Marie Shuck • Katelyn Tai

BOLD Scholars

The BOLD Women’s Leadership Network is an innovative leadership initiative across six institutions of higher education led by women presidents who have demonstrated their commitment to collaboration, innovation, diversity, and inclusion: Ithaca College, University of Connecticut, Colby Sawyer College, College of St. Rose, Middlebury College, and Rutgers University–Newark.

The BOLD Scholar Program is committed to supporting young women and female identified students from all backgrounds, and especially those who have been significantly underrepresented in higher education. They exhibit exceptional leadership abilities, strong critical thinking skills, and passion for social equity. BOLD scholars participate in a structured curriculum, community building retreats, and the implementation of a campus transformation project.

Calissa Aaliyah Brown • Diana Stephanie Castillo • Audrianna N. Evelyn • Ashae Ivanay Forsythe • Kelly Bernadette Madden • Markiesha Magan Morgan • Breana Kai Nieves Vergara • Clare Kathleen Nowalk

Honors Program

The Ithaca College Honors Program is a learning community that equips students—through critical thinking, intellectual curiosity, and lifelong learning—to address the challenges of today’s world. Honors students design a pathway that includes intensive honors academic seminars, global citizenship, cultural and civic engagement, and a culminating scholarly or creative project. There are over 400 students in the program, representing all five schools and more than 60 majors.

Alexandra Maria Adams • Soren Sahara Beck • Eliana Claire Berger • Taylor Berger-Knorr • Josie Michaela Berman • Lindsay Sloane Bilgram • Theresa Anne Butti • Isobel Marie Duncan • Trevor Gaines • Kelsey Ryan E. Grant • Sophia Marie Hadeka • Zachary T. Jabine • Isabella Julian • Grey Larkin • Margaret Anne McKinnis • Michael J. Mulvey • Meghan Nicole Ricciardi • Elizabeth I. Ring • Jessica E. Scarano • Sydney Lynn Scheer • Josephine E. Sepel • Kaitlyn Marie Sevilla • Farwa Shakeel • Justina M. Snyder • Sara Isabella Solon • Alayna Lee Vander Veer • Micaela Isabel Wilner • Jaclyn Rose Yoselevich • Andrea Josephine Yzaguirre • Emma Grace Zarabet

Leadership Scholars

The Ithaca College Leadership Scholar Program recognizes a demonstrated record of leadership and academic performance. Leadership scholars participate in professional development programs, provide service to the community, and are actively involved in student organizations on campus. Program members are recognized by gold leadership tassels.

Alianna Sullivan Becerra • Emily Johanna Bonanno • Colin Robert Boyd • Isabel Adelaide Brooke • August James Carlozzi • Zane Patric Carnes • Matthew John Clements • Rachel Lynn Cutsumpas • Julia Kathleen Frisch • Kristen Rose Harrison • Samuel S. Hillmann • Emily Josephine Horne • Jennifer Marie Houbre • Elizabeth Luan Jesch • Natalie Ann Jetter • Mackenzie Rene Johnson • Sara Eve Jonas • Evan Louis Jones • Magdalena Kwasnica • Sarah Hayley LaFontaine • Melanie M. Lota • Taylor Nicole McCarthy • Margaret Anne McKinnis • Jordan James McMahon • Rebecca Catherine Mehorter • Gabriella Dianna Mihale • Jeffrey William Montgomery • Joe Nally • Courtney Elizabeth Nilssen • Brooke Mary Novello • Julia Marie Plato • Katherine Louise Polley • Edward Joseph Reynolds • Julia Rose Rongo • Sarah Anne Rudge • Hannah Ilyssa Sarnie • Victoria Rosalynn Savacool • Kaitlyn Marie Sevilla vAdrienne Jude Smith • Justina M. Snyder • Lauren Suna • Kevin Patrick Swann • Jacob Christopher Triola • Rachel Anneliese Turberg • Michelle Lynn Venditto • Madeline Cecilia Veneziano • Wyatt James Vigilante • Cody Matthew Wamsley • Kathleen Lilian Wantuck • Noah Michael Weiss • Micaela Isabel Wilner • Alana Rose Zendano

Park Scholars

The Park Scholar Program is a scholarship program for outstanding students in the Roy H. Park School of Communications. Through a combination of academic and service programming, scholars are challenged to take action and give back to their communities, and to use the power of mass communication to make a positive impact on the world. Park Scholar Awards cover the full cost of attendance at Ithaca College. Park scholars must maintain a 3.5 grade point average and engage in community service and Park scholar activities. Park scholars can be recognized by purple and white honor cords.

Marissa K. Booker • Peter James Champelli • Alexandra Courtin Coburn • Jessica E. Competiello • Tara H. Eng • Julianne Rose Grillo • Andrew Davis Hallenberg • Sarah Brooke Horbacewicz • Devin Hagop Kasparin • Meaghan McElroy • Mollie McKinney • Hudson MacLeod Payer • Gabrielle Margaret Picca • Alexzandria Amelia Sanchez • Rebecca Elise van der Meulen

Martin Luther King Scholars

The Martin Luther King Scholar Program is a scholarship program for academically talented students from ethnic or racial backgrounds that have been historically underrepresented in American higher education. MLK scholars participate in academic and program seminars, educational travel, service learning, and leadership activities while maintaining a cumulative 3.3 grade point average. The program promotes academic excellence, dedication to service, leadership development, social justice education, and global citizenship.

Nicolas Anthony Gonzalez • Christine Jewel King • Devon Rae Morris • Aisha Mae Glino Mughal • Michele A. Paniagua Sanchez

Peggy R. Williams Award for Academic and Community Leadership

The Peggy R. Williams Award for Academic and Community Leadership recognizes students who excel academically, perform service to the college community and nation, and represent an exemplary level of accomplishment.

Olutayo Samuel Akinboboye • Meghan Lee Beahan • Alianna Sullivan Becerra • Annis Catherine Bell • Josie Michaela Berman • Leonard G. Bien-Aimé • Emily Johanna Bonanno • Lauren I. Bovenzi • Calissa Aaliyah Brown • Ryan Allen Buchanan • Alexis Burian • Maria Bushby • Margaret Kate Chan • Binghong Chen • Matthew John Clements • Samantha Lee Epstein • Alexandra Maria Estanislau • Elizabeth Noel Gee • Olivia Sara Gellar • Vaughn Eric Golden • Rilya Greeslamirya • Julianne Rose Grillo • Abigail L. Haley • Ryan Kwon Bernard Harter • Samuel S. Hillmann • Marissa Rose Holske • Sarah Brooke Horbacewicz • Raquel MyDung Jacobs • Elizabeth Luan Jesch • Sara Eve Jonas • Evan Louis Jones • Isabella Julian • Christine Jewel King • Katja Artina Krieger • Magdalena Kwasnica • Sarah Hayley LaFontaine • Grey Larkin • Melanie M. Lota • Jamie Lynn Loughney • Alexis Joanna Lujares • Peter Matthew Mankiewich • Madelyn Eve McConnon • Markiesha Magan Morgan • Noella Mpinga • Joe Nally • Breana Kai Nieves Vergara • Molly Renee Noel • Michele A. Paniagua Sanchez • Alexander Zi Perry • Gabrielle Margaret Picca • Julia Marie Plato • Melanie Ann Sadoff • Emma Claire Schaefer • Olivia Ashley Schwed • Kaitlyn Marie Sevilla • Farwa Shakeel • Justina M. Snyder • Lauren Suna • Katelyn Tai • Madeline Cecilia Veneziano • Hannah Corinne Weibley • Noah Michael Weiss • Micaela Isabel Wilner • Alana Rose Zendano

ROTC Commissions

Benjamin Uriah Cordova, 2LT, US Air Force •  Samantha John Springer, 2LT, US Army

Phi Kappa Phi

Phi Kappa Phi is the only national honor society that recognizes and encourages scholarship and excellence in all disciplines. To qualify for membership, juniors must be in the upper 7.5 percent of their class and maintain a 3.7 grade point average; seniors must maintain a 3.6 grade point average and be in the upper 10 percent of their graduating class; graduate and professional students must rank in the upper 10 percent of all graduate and professional students currently enrolled and have been registered for at least two semesters.

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Undergraduate

Ryan Allen Buchanan • Guillermina Castro Martinez • Adam Michael French • Timothy Carmen Friedo • Rilya Greeslamirya • Salvatore Scott Karch • Drew Thomas Lapinski • Grey Larkin • Kelsey A. Shaffe

ROY H. PARK SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATIONS

Undergraduate

Marcos André de Melo Filho • Kristin Amie Butler • Samantha Joan Butlien • Anne Livingstone Carlson • Elizabeth F. Gillespie • Sierra Lyn Guardiola • Taryn Hailey Israel • Brian Richard Johnson • Eugene Vladimirovich Kuznetsov • Meaghan Kathleen McElroy • Matthew Aaron Price • Julia Rose Rongo • Brianna Danielle Ruback • Charlotte Augusta Steinberg • Serena Ann Velazquez • Amanda L. Walrad

SCHOOL OF HEALTH SCIENCES AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE

Graduate

Kristine D. Christiansen • Kendall Cirella • Kelsey Rose Englerth • Alexandria Fisher • Renee A. Marcyan • Allison M. Panara • Danielle M. Pasquale • Kassandra L. Reagan • Amanda A. Shen

Undergraduate

Lauren I. Bovenzi • Margaret Mary Callery • Matthew John Clements • Matthew J. Darby • Cassandra Lyn Fairbrother • Elizabeth Noel Gee • Nicole Renee Kimmell • Sara Ann Lashinsky • Jenna-Jon Ryan • Lindsay Michelle Scott • Kaitlyn Marie Sevilla • Justina M. Snyder • Kaileen Faith Townsend • Michaela Hope Zeller

SCHOOL OF HUMANITIES AND SCIENCES

Undergraduate

Urja Bhatia • Isabel Adelaide Brooke • Chloe Brosnan • Mariama Diallo • Kimberly L. Dietz • Alexandra Maria Estanislau • Olivia Sara Gellar • Elisabeth Judy Grossman • Isabella Julian • Savanna Elise Lenker • Lydia Grace Loiselle • Cassidy Madison Marquette • Alexander Anthony Massoud • Margaret Anne McKinnis • Zoe Frances Merod • Thomas Matthew Pettitt • Katherine Louise Polley • Meghan Nicole Ricciardi • Brittany Sita Spoto

SCHOOL OF MUSIC

Undergraduate

Aleyna Mary Ashenfarb • Bethany Ann Cripps • Francesco DiLello • Sara L. Mercurio • Emily Ann O’Connor • Julia Marie Plato • Stephen Peter Ryan Jr. • Katelyn Tai