WBC Students Inducted into Mu Phi Epsilon
|Mu Phi Epsilon inductees Trenton Neeley and Shane Hanssen.
Two students have been inducted into the Zeta Alpha chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon International Music Fraternity at Williams Baptist College. The inductees are Shane Hanssen of Hampton, Ark., and Trenton Neeley of Strawberry, Ark. The induction was held on April 15.
Mu Phi Epsilon is a coeducational, professional music fraternity founded in 1903. A primary purpose of Mu Phi Epsilon is to advance music in the community, with special emphasis on service through music. The Zeta Alpha chapter at Williams is the 200th chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon and the only chapter in the state of Arkansas.
Hanssen, who will be a junior at Williams, is majoring in church music. He is the son of Kenneth and Tamara Dennis of Hampton.
Neeley, who will be a junior at Williams, is majoring in music education. He is the son of Terral and Tina Neeley of Strawberry.
Williams is a four-year, liberal arts college at Walnut Ridge. The WBC Department of Music offers bachelor’s degrees in music, music education and church music.
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