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Jordan Kei-Rahn elected to Brown U Phi Beta Kappa

Jordan A. Kei-Rahn, a junior at Brown University in Rhode Island, has been elected to Phi Beta Kappa, America’s oldest, and most prestigious honors organization. 

As per the bylaws of Brown’s Phi Beta Kappa chapter, “no more than one-sixth of the undergraduate members of a graduating class shall be elected members [of the or-ganization].  Of these, not more than one-third shall be elected in the junior year.”  

A biology and history major at Brown, Kei-Rahn will deliver the student address at the organization’s honorary induction ceremony. 

A graduate of Longmeadow public schools, Kei-Rhan currently resides in West Hartford. He is the son of Leslie Kei-Rahn of West Hartford, and Jeffrey Rahn, z”l. 

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