An elite group of nearly 20 Midland University students were inducted into the Cardinal Key National Honor Society recently. In order to qualify for the prestigious club, a student must have a scholastic average of 3.5 or above. They must also be leaders displaying high integrity, character, and prominence. Among those inducted was Sarah Hill of Roseville, Minn. Cardinal Key National Honor Society is an organization for students of at least junior status in American colleges and universities who are leaders in the college community and who are deemed potential leaders in the future. The society aims to honor current students, inspire leadership in others, and utilize leadership capabilities in an active program of service to school, community and country.