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Dorah Labatte, a junior double major in journalism and mathematics, and Ian Zeitlin, a junior public relations maor, flank QU Lambda Pi Eta President Benjamin Szabo after being inducted into the communication honor society.

Dorah Labatte, a junior double major in journalism and mathematics, and Ian Zeitlin, a junior public relations maor, flank QU Lambda Pi Eta President Benjamin Szabo after being inducted into the communication honor society.

The Quinnipiac chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the official honor society of the National Communication Association, inducted new members in a celebration on Sunday, December 4th, in the Mount Carmel Auditorium. Lambda Pi Eta recognizes, fosters and rewards outstanding scholastic achievement in communications fields as well as promotes and encourages professional development among students studying in those fields. The honor society invited 65 new members to join, each of whom has an overall and major grade point average of at least 3.25. Congratulations to all and good luck on upcoming final exams!

All smiles with their new Lambda Pi Eta membership certificates are junior media studies major Jamie Billman and junior journalism major Beverly Wakiaga.

All smiles with their new Lambda Pi Eta membership certificates are junior media studies major Jamie Billman and junior journalism major Beverly Wakiaga.

QU Lambda Pi Eta executive board members pause to pose with chapter adviser Dr. Laura Willis in the middle.  From the left, Marisa Casciano, Lia Gordon, Drew Iorillo, Jillian Sims, Kristin DeMauro and Benjamin Szabo.

QU Lambda Pi Eta executive board members pause to pose with chapter adviser Dr. Laura Willis in the middle. From the left, Marisa Casciano, Lia Gordon, Drew Iorillo, Jillian Sims, Kristin DeMauro and Benjamin Szabo.


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