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The Phi Beta Kappa Society is the oldest honor society in the United States for undergraduates in the liberal arts and sciences. Established in 1776 at the College of William and Mary, the Society has played an important part in the intellectual history of the nation for more than two hundred years, and has counted among its members leading scholars, justices of the supreme court, business leaders and others. The Society publishes an academic journal, The American Scholar, which takes its name from the address delivered by Ralph Waldo Emerson to the Phi Beta Kappa chapter at Harvard University on August 31, 1837.The Minnesota Zeta Chapter was established at Hamline University in August of 1973.
President: Arthur Guetter, MathematicsVice-President: Jodi Goldberg, BiologySecretary: Candice Hart, University ArchivesHistorian: George S. T. Chu, Music"A fellowship of scholars . . . [whose aim is] intelligence served by learning" Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes
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Hamline forensic science students and a faculty member were featured in a story on KARE 11 News that illustrated the physical evidence a person leaves behind in a given day and how forensic scientists might collect and examine those clues.
In the latest episode of The Piper Report, reporter Taylor Williams gives us an inside look into the creation of the new Piper logo, a recap of what happened on campus to celebrate Black History Month, Taylor Werdel talks to us about Student Leadership Selection, and finally sports reporter Zack Lameyer gives us his regular Sports Update.
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