Twelve Clark University students selected for Gryphon & Pleiades Honor Society

Twelve members of Clark University's Class of 2024 have been selected for Gryphon & Pleiades, the university's senior leadership and service honor society, on the basis of their outstanding record of academic achievement, service and dedication to the University.

Gryphon and Pleiades has a long history at the University. The organization today is the result of a merger of two earlier honor societies, Gryphon, the men's honor society founded in 1909, and Pleaides, the women's honor society founded in 1948.

The Society's mission is to provide a forum for thoughtful dialogue between the University and its undergraduate students. To that end, the members of Gryphon and Pleaides shall invite conversations with University officials on subjects of strategic concern and shall make every effort to bring their collective experience to bear on the problems brought before them. Members of Gryphon and Pleaides will also engage in service projects focused either on the Clark community or on the immediate Main South neighborhood.

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