The Bluefield State College chapter of Phi Eta Sigma, the national honor society for freshmen, inducted five freshmen into the Society earlier this month. Students must have earned at least 12 credits with a grade point average of 3.5-4.0 to be eligible for membership. This achievement places these students in the top two percent of all freshmen at BSC. Members inducted included Helen Janet Chaffins (Bluefield), Ronald Stephen Hartwell, Jr. (Matoaka), Anne Marie Keasler (Welch), Jerry A. Rotenberry, Jr. (Bluefield), and Michelle Lee Wiley (Lewisburg). The induction ceremony was conducted by Janena M. Long (chapter president), Amy S. Hill (vice president), and Sara L. Hall (secretary/treasurer). They were assisted by chapter advisors John Cardwell (interim Vice President for Student Affairs) and E. Ralph Patsel (Registrar). BSC President Dr. Robert Moore closed the ceremony by bringing congratulatory remarks to the inductees.