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arrowFall 2014 New Members (October 2014)

Kianu Fall 2014 New Members

Welcome!

Erika Baum (2018)


Brianna Bonacci (2015)
Hometown: Parma, Ohio
Interests: Member of Muskingum Womens' Lacrosse Team, I have also been a figure skater for 18 years.
Academic Focus: Psychology and Health Administration
I decided to accept my open bid and pledge Kianu this year because I became close friends with many of the girls and they always talked about the fun things they did with XAN. As a senior, this is kind of my last year to do anything fun! Next year I will hopefully be in graduate school and working a real job! Although I have been a part of many sports teams, I always wondered what it would be like to be part of Greek life at Muskingum Univesrity. I did not want to leave my undergraduate years wondering "what if?" I am very excited to be part of Kianu and create memories with all these wonderful girls!


Mary Briceland (2017)


Pauline Carivenc (I just stay one semester in Muskingum University)
Hometown: Toulon (France)
Interests: I love shopping, hanging out with friends, watching TV series and especially travelling abroad
Academic Focus: US History since 1877 - Tradition of the American literature
First of all, I wanted to rush to know more people and to get involved in an organization on campus. Actually, be a part of a sorority was also a way for me to be always surrounded with girls, with whom I could share good moments. Being far from my family and my friends, I felt the need to find a new home. Throughout rush week, I was pretty lost about my choice which changed everyday. But, on Friday night, I was sure about Kianu and I felt home at the moment I came in the house.


Jade Chapman (2018)
Hayley Curtain (2018)


Tori Gast (2016)
Hometown: Frazeysburg, Ohio
Interests: Running, crafting, hunting, and fishing
Academic Focus: Criminal Justice Major, Sociology Minor
I pledged Kianu because the girls were all so welcoming and made it feel like I belonged. It makes Muskingum a much better place to be than what it already is. I love the young women that make this club so special, and I hope to have the lifelong friendships that they all say we will have.


Tara Glaze (2018)
Hometown: Lancaster, Ohio
Interests: Swimming, playing with puppies, playing sports, exercising, running, reading, movie marathons
Academic Focus: Nursing


Jessica Gutierrez (2017)
Hometown: Loudonville, OH
Interests: Playing volleyball at Muskingum and hanging out with friends
Academic Focus: French and Spanish
One reason I pledged Kianu was because I knew a lot of the actives that are currently involved in the club. I felt like I got to know most of them over the course of my freshman year and I really enjoyed their company. I felt like I fit in and didn't have to worry about impressing any of them. I believe that this was possible because they were extremly friendly, outgoing, and welcoming, even though they knew I wasn't a part of their soroity. This then made a huge impact on my decision to pledge Kianu. Another reason why I joined this soroity, as you can probably guess was to branch out and make even more new friends that I could hangout with besides just my soccer friends/teammates.


Laura Hill (2018)
Hometown: Waterford, Ohio
Interests: Playing volleyball at Muskingum and hanging out with friends
Academic Focus: Nursing
I pledged Kianu because for one when I went to meet them they were all really nice and made me feel like I was a part of the family already. I also wanted to have sisters to talk to while I am at college because even though I have an older sister, I can't drag her up to college with me, so I wanted to have sisters at school that I could rely on just as much as I do her, and the Kianu girls definitely made me feel like I would have that.


Nicolette Law (2018)
Hometown: Cambridge, Ohio
Interests: My hobbies include hanging out with friends, going on fun dates with my weirdo boyfriend, working out, sleeping, and eating as much as my little tummy can hold.
Academic Focus: Early Childhood Education
I pledged Kianu for many reasons. First off, I met a few Kianus on the first weekend and they were nothing but nice to me. They were extremely friendly, easy to talk to, and fun as hell! Later on, I went to some of their events like Spa Night, Kickin' it with Kianu, and their Tea Party. I got to know quite a few of the girls this way and I loved all of them! Seeing them all together, I could instantly tell they were truly like sisters. They all got along with each other and it seemed like they were all so close. I couldn't help but be jealous of them. The lovely girls of Kianu are the reason I decided to go through recruitment. Throughout the entire week of recruitment, my heart was still set on Kianu. Best decision I've ever made.


Maddie Lobaugh (2017)


Breanne Lutz (2018)
Hometown: Canton, Ohio
Interests: I enjoy dancing, being with friends, and shopping
Academic Focus: Health Administration


Mariah Matthews (2018)
Hometown: Grove City, Ohio
Interests: Playing volleyball, spending time with friends and family
Academic Focus: Early Childhood Education
I pledged Kianu because I felt they all had a strong bond as a whole. I liked that everyone is very unique and accepted for who they are. They made me feel welcomed from the moment I met them which made is seem like the perfect home.


Leslie Navarro (2017)
Tanner Owens (2017)
Elizabeth Patterson (2018)


Kaylee Piatt (2018)
Hometown: Dayton, Ohio
Interests: dancing, hanging with friends, singing, obsessing over Disney, working out
Academic Focus: Communication and Music
I chose Kianu because I knew they were the group of girls I could open my heart to. They always know how to make me smile. I love being able to laugh and act crazy with my sisters. I also know I can come to them if I ever need anything. They help bring out the best in me. :)


Anna Semler (2018)
Hometown: Yellow Springs, Ohio
Interests: Hanging out with my friends and family, showing my dairy cows, and always having a good time
Academic Focus: Athletic Training
I went through the rush process to find my home away from home. And it just so happened to be Kianu. My sister was a Kianu and I saw how much it changed her and I wanted that too. I didn't want to be biased in my decision-making but Kianu was the only one that made me feel whole. I knew all of the girls and I knew that I would be welcomed with open arms. These girls know how to have one hell of a time and I'm glad I get to call myself a Chi Alpha Nu. I love all of my new sisters and I wouldn't trade my decision for anything. I can't wait to see what's ahead in these next four years.


Rachel Stenger (2018)
Erika Winland (2016)
Alana Young (2018)

Kianu Fall 2014 New Members


If you would like to nominate someone for this profile (active or alumna), please e-mail ruthcseaman(at)gmail(dot)com with your selection. Changes are made as nominations are received.

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