New members selected for Kansas State University's junior honorary Chimes
Monday, March 14, 2016
MANHATTAN — Kansas State University's junior honorary, Chimes, has selected members for the 2016-2017 school year.
Chimes promotes scholarship, leadership, and service. All members pledge to lead with knowledge, follow with intelligence and ever strive for the worthwhile in life. Members are selected each spring semester on the basis of a 3.0 grade average and past contributions of service and leadership to their fellow students at Kansas State University.
Each month, Chimes members take part in a service project in Manhattan or surrounding areas. These projects are meant to emphasize scholarship, leadership and service. The largest project is the K-State Family of the Year, where one family is selected and honored with a brunch, speaker and presentation for Family Day at the university.
The following students, who will be juniors in the 2016-2017 school year, are new members of Chimes:
Kaden Littrell, entrepreneurship, Canton; Molly Bassette, biology, Cummings; Allison Doll, mass communications, Garden City.
From Greater Kansas City: Jordan Martin, computer science, Gardner;Calum Fletcher, computer science, and Nate Starcev, business administration, both from Leawood;Natalie Alton, elementary education, and Bailey Porter, biochemistry, both from Overland Park; andDrew Bormann, finance, Stilwell.
Mikaela Flax, biology, Hays; Vaithish Velazhahan, biology, Manhattan; Hannah Carlgren, communication sciences and disorders, Newton; Shaylee Arpin, agricultural communications and journalism, andTracie Thibault, microbiology, both from Salina; Nicholas Meyer, biological systems engineering, Tampa; Celeste Bartels, marketing, Tonganoxie.
From Topeka: Alexus Lacy, mass communications; Makena Utech, chemistry; Allison Vollintine, communication sciences and disorders.
Mariah Brown, biological systems engineering, Valley Center; andBecca Andrus, civil engineering, Wichita.
From out of state: Kaitlyn Alanis, agricultural communications and journalism, Los Banos, California; and Nick Edwards, business administration, Kansas City, Missouri.
From out of country: Rene Quintanilla, food science and industry, El Savador; and Siba Khojah, political science, Finland.