Photo of new Phi Theta Kappa inductees
By Bruce McDaniel
Phi Theta Kappa provides students with an opportunity to learn leadership and service as well an intellectual climate in which to exchange ideals. It stands as a lively fellowship for scholars and a place where continued excellence is encouraged and supported. A new group of students were just honored in an induction ceremony held in the theatre of the Tilden Arts Center.
“Twenty-one students were just inducted into Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) and this is the second induction into the chapter this year,” said PTK advisor Kate Martin. “This chapter is ranked number eight among over 1,000 chapters.”
Honored guests included the President of Cape Cod Community College (4Cs), Dr. John Cox, as well as the college’s Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs, Dr. Arlene Rodriguez.
Megan Thompson conducted the ceremony in front of an audience full of friends and family. Many of the PTK’s chapter officers were present as well, including President Kai Catalina Pombo.
New inductees include:
Melissa Frost Boffoli
Karen Lizeth Lopez Gomes