Sprung-Keyser, an economics concentrator, noted that the Economics Department was “particularly good at offering an enormous range of classes, allowing students to find a good niche in economics.”
The 24 juniors inducted into the society were Samuel E. Sokolsky-Tifft, Viviana M. Hanley, Yong Jin Wang, Brandon E. Brier, Katharine D. D’Orazio, Leah P. Gaffney, Seo Yeon Kim, Evan M. O’Dorney, Dominic Ferrante, Aleksandar A. Makelov, Alexander L. Jaffe, Gregory D. Kristof, Ben D. Sprung-Keyser, Joshua W. Pfeffer, Daniel E. Backman, Brian L. Cronin, Dylan V. Neel, Elsa B. Kania, Richard Y. Liu, Aaron N. Cheng, Marco Y. Gentili, Ian D. Lundberg, Gabrielle E. Milner, and Rachel S. Wong.
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This article has been revised to reflect the following correction:
CORRECTION: April 9, 2014
An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated the first name of the chair of the Math Department. In fact, it is Benedict H. Gross '71 not Benjamin. The article also incorrectly stated the middle initial of junior Gregory D. Kristof.
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