Tech Recognizes New Tradition Keeper Grads

Fourteen Arkansas Tech University seniors have completed the steps necessary to earn the Tradition Keeper designation during spring 2017 commencement ceremonies.

The Tradition Keeper program recognizes students who demonstrate extraordinary campus involvement while completing their degrees at Arkansas Tech.

Tradition Keeper activities include having a photo made with campus ambassador Jerry the Bulldog, attending athletics events, participating in a campus blood drive, attending a career fair and many others.

Documentation of each tradition upheld is made through the “Arkansas Tech Traditions” app, which is available for download at the App Store and Google Play.

Students who attain Tradition Keeper status by completing 36 Tech traditions wear special green cords at commencement ceremonies and earn the distinction of Tradition Keeper on their official Arkansas Tech transcripts.

The fourteen Tradition Keeper graduates for spring 2017 are:

  • Lauren Elaine Barthel of Hot Springs
  • Haven Nichole Brock of Haskell
  • Danielle Elizabeth Frachiseur of Wickes
  • Alaina Marie Harpenau of Russellville
  • Kevin Keith Hemphill II of Little Elm, Texas
  • Aysia Ariell Jackson of West Memphis
  • Kelsey Grace Jenkins of Alexander
  • Evelyn Ann Jones of Russellville
  • Camille Jacquelyn Jordan Clark of Little Rock
  • Brooks Ann Laffoon of Russellville
  • Amber Nicole Russell of Yellville
  • Lindsey Nicole Triplett of Damascus
  • Esther Rosella White of North Little Rock
  • Ashley Lynn Wolf of Atkins

Learn more about the Tradition Keeper program.

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