28 Holy Cross Students Inducted into Jesuit Honor Society

Alpha Sigma Nu, the Jesuit honor society founded in 1915, inducted 28 Holy Cross students on Oct. 23. The new inductees exemplify the society’s values of excellence in scholarship, loyalty and service. Membership is only awarded to four percent of student applicants chosen from Jesuit institutions of higher learning who rank in the top 15 percent of their class.

Inductees include:

  • Emily J. Bowman: New York, N.Y., English major
  • Emily M. Breakell: Harwinton, Conn., political science major, Latin America and Latino studies concentration, and peace and conflicts concentration
  • Haylie M. Butler: Rossmoor, Calif., biology and Spanish major
  • Michael A. Ciaramella: Northborough, Mass., chemistry and music major
  • Anna J. Colbert: Plymouth, Mass., political science major
  • Mary P. Cunningham: Westford, Mass., religious studies and French major
  • Brian P. Hayward: Bedford, N.H., accounting major
  • Hildie R. Hoeschen: St. Paul, Minn., sociology major
  • Mackenzie M. Horl: Garden City, N.Y., religious studies and political science major, peace and conflict studies concentration
  • Megan R. Izzo: Raleigh, N.C., English and political philosophy major
  • Jeeva Jacob: Shirley, Mass., biology major, biochemistry concentration
  • Kara J. Kennedy: Harvard, Mass., chemistry major
  • Shea E. Kennedy-McBride: Franklin Lakes, N.J., history major, peace and conflict concentration
  • Alexander D. Kochenburger: Storrs, Conn., international studies major
  • Bowen C. Lee: Barrington, R.I., political science major
  • Caroline E. Morano: Ridgewood, N.J., psychology major, education minor
  • Victoria L. Mousley: Jericho, Vt., Deaf studies and psychology major, women’s and gender studies concentration
  • Stephanie C. Neville: Grand Island, N.Y., classics major
  • Abigail R. Oliver: Attleboro, Mass., computer science and mathematics major
  • Emily D. Perry: Saco, Maine, biology and philosophy major
  • Keith T. Plummer: Gettysburg, Pa., gender, sexuality and women’s studies and sociology major
  • Allison G. Rancourt: West Stewartstown, N.H., computer science and mathematics major
  • Charles J. Schufreider: Glenview, Ill., classics major
  • Emily G. Stevenson: Southborough, Mass., accounting and mathematics major
  • Brooke E. Tranten: Brunswick, Maine, Catholics studies and history major
  • Emily J. Vigliotta: Mastic Beach, N.Y., accounting major, Catholic studies minor
  • Emily T. Winn: Westwood, Mass., mathematics major
  • Christina E. Yu: Avon, Conn., psychology major, visual arts minor, women’s and gender studies concentration

The following students will serve as the executive board officers: Mary Cunningham ’17, president; Emily Perry ’17, vice-president; Emily Vigliotta ’17, secretary; Haylie M. Butler ’17, treasurer.