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Phi Beta Kappa Inducts Twelve Harvard Men

By Philip P. Pan, Crimson Staff Writer

The Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Chapter announced this week the election of 12 Harvard men to the academic honor society.

The students selected include: Bradley W. Setser '93, a government concentrator in Quincy; Dan H. Barcouh '93, a biochemical sciences concentrator in North; Harry L. Wolfgang '93, a mathematics concentrator in Adams; Jason M. Jacobs '93, a physics concentrator in Eliot; Jonathan D. Taylor '93, a history and literature concentrator in Adams; and Kannon K. Shanmugam, a classics concentrator in Cabot.

Kermit Roosevelt III '93, a philosophy concentrator in Winthrop; Phillip M. Cheng '93, a biochemical sciences concentrator in Cabot; Sean M. Williford '93, a linguistics concentrator in Mather; Sohrab Ismail-Beigi '93, a physics concentrator in Quincy; Stephen L. Burt '93, an English and American literature and language concentrator in Adams; and Stephen M. Cox, a history major in Cabot, were also selected on the basis of grade point average, recommendations and overall coursework.

"I was pretty happy. I haven't really told many people about it," said Taylor.

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