Archived Scholars in the News

Girl Scouts of the USA Selects New National Board President Noorain Fatima Khan (MI & St. Antony's 2006)

Nick Allard (New York and Merton 1974) selected as founding dean of Jacksonville University College of Law

Nnenna Lynch (New York and St. John's 1993) selected as the next NYRR Chairwoman of the Board

Navy Vice Adm. Stuart B. Munsch (North Dakota and Hertford 1985) appointed to the grade of admiral, and assignment as commander, U.S. Naval Forces, Europe; commander, U.S. Naval Forces, Africa; and commander, Allied Joint Forces Command, Naples, Italy.

Heather Long (Pennsylvania & Balliol, 2004) Joins The Washington Post Opinions Section

Heather Long will be joining the Opinions section as an editorial writer and columnist, focusing on economic policy, the future of work and other topics.

Abigail Seldin (PA & St. Antony's '09) Featured in USA Today For Anti-Sex Trafficking Work

USA Today features new report on human trafficking at for-profit colleges massage colleges published by the Seldin/Haring-Smith Foundation.

A.E. Dick Howard Helped Guarantee Black Voting Rights (VA & Christ Church '58)

50 years ago, A.E. Dick Howard helped rewrite Virginia's constitution to ensure voting rights.

Response to David Satter's (Il & Balliol '68) Wall Street Journal Op-Ed

AARS Co-Presidents, Nnenna Lynch (NY & St. John's '93) and Janice Ugaki (ID & St. Antony's '93), provide response to David Satter's Op-Ed

2021 United States Rhodes Scholarship Winners

Peter Andringa Named Scholar-Elect (VA, 2021)

Shera Avi-Yonah Named Scholar-Elect (MA, 2021)

Avital Balwit Named Scholar-Elect (OR, 2021)

Tyrese Bender Named Scholar-Elect (VA, 2021)

Phaidra Buchanan Named Scholar-Elect (GA, 2021)

Aryemis Brown Named Scholar-Elect (CO, 2021)

Jamal Burns Named Scholar-Elect (MO, 2021)

Carissa Chen Named Scholar-Elect (CA-South, 2021)

Garima Desai Named Scholar-Elect (CA-North, 2021)

Elijah DeVaughn Named Scholar-Elect (CA-South, 2021)

Nicolas Fishman Named Scholar-Elect (MD/DC, 2021)

Amytess Girgis Named Scholar-Elect (MI, 2021)

Danielle Grey-Stewart Named Scholar-Elect (NY-South, 2021)

Kendall Jefferys Named Scholar-Elect (TX, 2021)

Daniel Lesman Named Scholar-Elect (OH, 2021)

Nkaziewoh Nchinda-Pungong Named Scholar-Elect (WI, 2021)

Sam Patterson Named Scholar-Elect (MD/DC, 2021)

Santiago Potes Named Scholar-Elect (FL, 2021)

Victoria Puglia Named Scholar-Elect (PA, 2021)

Asma Rahimyar Named Scholar-Elect (CT, 2021)

Vijay Ramasamy Named Scholar-Elect (KS, 2021)

Brian Reyes Named Scholar-Elect (NY-South, 2021)

Savarni Sanka Named Scholar-Elect (NC, 2021)

Hattie Seten Named Scholar-Elect (SD, 2021)

Swathi Srinivasan Named Scholar-Elect (OH, 2021)

Jeremy Thomas Named Scholar-Elect (MA, 2021)

Lillian Usadi Named Scholar-Elect (NJ, 2021)

Alondra Vázquez López Named Scholar-Elect (CA-North, 2021)

Evan Walker Named Scholar-Elect (TX, 2021)

Jackson Willis Named Scholar-Elect (FL, 2021)

Wilfried Zibell Named Scholar-Elect (AK, 2021)

Alice Baumgartner (Illinois & Merton, 2011) Authors "South to Freedom: Runaway Slaves to Mexico and the Road to Civil War"
Alice Baumgartner
Basic Books

Alice Baumgartner tells the story of the several thousand enslaved people who escaped to Mexico in the decades leading up to the U.S. Civil War.

Cristina A. Bejan (NC & Wadham '04) Authors "Green Horses On the Walls", A Collection of Poetry
Cristina A. Bejan, PhD
Finishing Line Press, 2020

Cristina A. Bejan writes a collection of poetry about her Romanian heritage, the inherited trauma of communism, love, mental health and sexual assault.

Cristina A. Bejan (NC & Wadham '04) Authors "Intellectuals and Fascism in Interwar Romania: The Criterion Association"
Cristina A. Bejan, PhD
Palgrave, 2019

Cristina A. Bejan writes academic history book. 

Cristina A. Bejan (NC & Wadham '04) Writes Theatrical Play in a Volume "'J'y suis j'y reste' (play) in Voices on the Move"
eds. Domnica Radulescu & Roxana Cazan (Solis Press, 2020)
Mira Debs (Iowa & Magdalen '99) Authors "Diverse Families, Desirable Schools: Public Montessori in the Era of School Choice"
Mira Debs
Harvard Education Press, 2019

In Diverse Families, Desirable Schools, Mira Debs offers a richly detailed study of public Montessori schools, which make up the largest group of progressive schools in the public sector.

Pam McElwee (KS & Wadham '93) Authors "COVID-19 and the Biodiversity Crisis"
Pam McElwee
The Hill

Pam McElwee writes op-ed on the biodiversity/climate breakdown and its links to the COVID pandemic.

AARS Urgency of Now Initiative

Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, we have convened a task force of Association of American Rhodes Scholars (AARS) board members and scholars to address systemic racism.

Rhodes Scholars Stepping Up Globally During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The Coronavirus pandemic has reinforced what we already knew – Rhodes Scholars step up to serve others.

Sarah Swenson (SD & Balliol 2011) Co-Publisher "Give Flu Vaccines a Shot"

Sara Swenson writes op-ed emphasizing the heightened importance of influenza vaccines this flu season.

AARS Urgency of Now Event: What Can History Tell Us About This Moment?

The AARS hosted a special virtual conversation with Eric Foner, Randall Kennedy, and moderator Camille Borders on Sunday, October 11. 

Three Women Fill Top AARS Officer Roles
For the first time since this prestigious alumni organization was founded in 1907, the Association of American Rhodes Scholars (AARS) elected three women to fill its top leadership positions.
AARS Urgency of Now Event: A virtual conversation with Maxine Williams (Commonwealth Caribbean & St. Catherine’s, '92), Global Chief Diversity Officer at Facebook

The AARS "Urgency of Now" Initiative welcomes Maxine Williams (Commonwealth Caribbean & St. Catherine’s, '92) to discuss issues regarding diversity in the workplace and ending systemic racism.

Olivia White (UT & Merton '97) Co-Authors McKinsey Global Institute Gender Equality Report

McKinsey Report Finds Pandemic Increasing Gender Inequality

Richard Stengel's New Book, Information Wars Showcased at Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

A Top Immunologist on Why Coronavirus Is Killing More African-Americans
Head of Nashville’s Meharry Medical College discusses Covid-19’s outsize toll on people of color, why a vaccine might be far off
Lauren Weber
The Wall Street Journal
Rhodes Class of 1975 Holds Virtual 45th Reunion

Oxford classmates paid tribute to and celebrated the lives of two classmates, Clayton Christensen and Andy Savitz

Washington Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib announced he would not seek reelection this fall in order to join the Jesuit religious order.
Olympia, WA
Seattle Times
Join Us For a Local Cider Tasting Event in the Pacific Northwest - Saturday, August 17, 2019, 6:00 to 9:00 PM

The Spring AARS Board Meeting will be held in Washington, DC on Saturday, April 13 from 8:30-11:30am. Location TBD.

Dr. Sunita Puri's Book "THAT GOOD NIGHT: Life and Medicine in the Eleventh Hour", is a Moving Memoir of Her Work as a Palliative Care Physician.

Dennis Hutchinson (CO and Magdalen '70) Honored for Years of Service Helping Select Rhodes Scholars.
University of Chicago Law School
Cyrus Habib (WA & St. John's '03) announced as a 2019 Helen Keller Achievement Award Winner by the American Foundation for the Blind.
PR Newswire
The Rhodes Trust and the Association of American Rhodes Scholars (AARS) held a reception in Washington, DC on Monday, September 24 to introduce the new Warden, Dr Elizabeth Kiss (Virginia & Balliol 1983).

Ralph H. Smith II Re-elected President of Association of American Rhodes Scholars

New AARS Officers Elected

The Association of American Rhodes Scholars is pleased to announce the election of new officers.

Leana Wen (MO & Merton '07) replaces Cecile Richards as the Planned Parenthood president. She won praise for her steadying hand as Baltimore’s Health Commissioner during the city’s convulsive protests in 2015.
NY Times
Katherine Larson (Minnesota & Lincoln 2000) has been named to the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.

Michael D. Waters' entertaining new book, "Departure Points: Essays from Youth on Oxford, Stock Cars and other Mysteries," includes anecdotes from his time as a Rhodes Scholar in Oxford.

A group of journalists and media executives, including Gordon Crovitz (IL & Wadham '80), are launching a tool called NewsGuard, a browser plug-in for Chrome and Microsoft Edge that transcends platforms.

Cristina Bejan's (NC & Wadham '04) production of ECLIPSED, a wartime drama written by Danai Gurira, received a four-star review North Carolina's premier arts journal, the Independent.

Ralph Smith Promoted to Officer in the Order of St. John

After being appointed to the Order of St. John in 2013, Ralph Smith was promoted to Officer by Queen Elizabeth III on June 24, 2018.

Hazim Hardeman, Rhodes Scholar and kid from North Philly
"Never mistake our being first, for being the first that were worthy”
Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia Sun

Hazim Hardeman, Rhodes Scholar and CCP and Temple University alumnus speaks to the Class of 2018 at the May 5th Commencement.

Introduction of Fellows Initiates $25M Program in Partnership with the Rhodes Trust, as Part of $100M Commitment to Drive Scientific Leadership and Interdisciplinary Research
New York, NY
Schmidt Futures Press Release
Farrow honored as a winner of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service thanks to his reporting with The New Yorker on allegations brought against producer Harvey Weinstein
Stephen Daw
Learn About the Most Recent Rhodes Trust Alumni Activities & Initiatives

Nnenna Lynch (NY & St. John's '93) and Jim Hansen (CO & Merton '93) Receive NCAA Silver Anniversary Award

Josh Carpenter (AL & St. Hilda's and Oriel 2012) named Director of Economic Development for Birmingham, AL

E. Dale Abel (Jamaica and Green '86) Elected President of the Endocrine Society

Unruh Cohen defends the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge against oil exploration

Class of 1967 50th Reunion

Ralph Smith Introduces Wall Street Journal Editors at Oxford Univ. Exhibit
Series Surrounding the "500 Years of Treasures at Oxford" Exhibit
New York
Probasco (Maryland/DC & Wolfson 2002) is New Chief Communications Officer

Eric Greitens (Missouri and LMH) Wins Missouri Governor Primary

Ngoni Mugwisi, Zimbabwe is First MasterCard Foundation Scholar to Become Rhodes Scholar

Rhodes scholar in the White House
Rob Porter named as an assistant to the president and new White House staff secretary
James Woolsey (Oklahoma and St. John’s '63) Resigns from President-elect Trump's Transaction Team

Pete Buttigieg (Indiana and Pembroke '05) Enters DNC Chair Race

Steven Harrison (Idaho and Queen’s '88) Included Joins MTS Systems Corporation

Kris Kristofferson (California and Merton '58), One of the 10 Best Reissues of 2016

Heather Wilson (New Hampshire and Jesus '82) Contacted by Presiden-elect Donald Trump's Transition Team

Sid Mukherjee, (India and Magdalen '93) Book Review

Wes Moore, Rhodes Scholar (MD/DC and Wolfson '01) and New York Times Bestselling Author on Oprah Winfrey was Live Facebook Page

Aurora Griffin (CA and Trinity '14) Book Review

Caylin Moore (Texas Christian University) Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

Pasquale Toscano (Washington & Lee) Among 2017 Class of Rhodes Scholars

Diala Issam Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

Nadav Lidor (Stanford University) Awarded 2017 Scholarship

Nur Arafeh Selected as 2017 Rhodes Scholar

Ilhan Dahir (Ohio State) Named 2017 Scholar

Indiana University Student Morgan Mohr Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

Joshua Pickar (University of Chicago Law School, George Washington University) Amongst New England Rhodes Scholars Winners

Lilian Dube (University of Chicago) Named 2017 Scholar

Naval Academy's Lucy Ford Selected as 2017 Scholar

James Pavur (Georgetown) Chosen as a 2017 Rhodes Scholar

Yale Students Olivia Klevorn, Hannah K. Carrese, and Noah Remnick Named 2017 Rhodes Scholars

Johns Hopkins Senior Nicole Mihelson Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar
Jill Rosen
Kirk Smith (University of Tulsa) Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

Oscar De Los Santos (USC) Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

Reed College Student Pema McLaughlin Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

University of Kansas Student Shegufta Huma Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

University of Texas Student Mikaila Smith Awarded 2017 Rhodes Scholarship

Aaron Robertson (Princeton) Awarded 2017 Rhodes Scholarship

Ahmed Ahmed (Cornell) Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

Aryn Frazier and Lauren Jackson (Univeristy of Virginia) Named 2017 Rhodes Scholars

Cameron Clarke (Howard University) Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

Harvard Students Spencer Dunleavy, Nancy Ko, Maia Silber, and Anthony Wilder Wohns Named 2017 Rhodes Scholars

Joshua Carter (Montana State) Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

Laura Courchesne (University of Georgia) Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

Lucinda Ford (USNA) and Christian Nattiel (USMA) Chosen as 2017 Rhodes Scholars
Associated Press
News Channel 8
Meghan Shea (Stanford) Selected as 2017 Rhodes Scholar
CBS Philly
Notre Dame’s Christa Grace Watkins and Alexis Doyle Named Rhodes Scholars

Sarah Waltcher (Dartmouth) Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

USC Student Jory Fleming Named 2017 Rhodes Scholar

Lewis & Clark Student Tamma Carleton Names Rhodes Scholar

President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts
Glenn Fine nominated to be Inspector General of DOD
Washington, DC
Ralph H. Smith II Elected President of Association of American Rhodes Scholars
Yahoo Finance
The FRONTLINE Interview with Lissa Muscatine (California and Wadham '77)
The Choice 2016
Callie Wiser
New Officers Elected on September 23, 2016 at Annual Board Meeting
AARS Announces New Slate of Officers
J. Timothy Londergan (Delaware and Merton, 1965) was named a Fellow of the American Physical Society in the Division of Nuclear Physics

Marc Tessier-Lavigne (Quebec and New College '80)
Marc Tessier-Lavigne Becomes Stanford's New President
Alexandra Wolfe
The Wall Street Journal
Nnenna Lynch (New York and St. John's '93)
Nnenna Lynch's Article Featured in The New York Times
Nnenna Lynch
Joe Riley (Tennessee and University of Virginia 2013)
The New York Times
Missouri GOP governor candidate Greitens touts outsider role
Summer Ballentine
Hannibal Courier-Post
Intelligence officer finds research is for the birds
Timm Huffman
Dobbins Air Reserve Base News
Who Is The Real Eric Garcetti?
As politicians go, L.A.’s mayor is smart and capable, but it’s not clear what makes him tick
Gabriel Kahn
Los Angeles Magazine
Steve Crown Addresses UN Security Council

Kris Kristofferson: Scholar, Veteran, Activist, Icon
Amanda Gardner
Mayor De Blasio Appoints Nnenna Linch to NYCHA Board
New York City Housing Authority Press Release
David Finegold (Texas and Pembroke 1985)

Washington State Senator Cyrus Habib to serve on DNC Platform Committee
Rob Butcher
Kirkland Views local news
The American Oxonian Special Edition: Rhodes, Race, and the Toast to "The Founder"

South Dakota Rhodes Scholar To Help Refugees
Perry Groten
Keloland TV
Millsaps College Adds Another Rhodes Scholar to Roster
Lauren Fluker
Northeastern Student Named Rhodes Scholar
Greg St. Martin and Joe O’Connell
Northeastern News
Two Duke Seniors Named Rhodes Scholars
Duke Today
Aztec native remembered in new biography
Hannah Grover
Farmington Daily Times
Former Navy SEAL Greitens running for Missouri governor
Alan Scher Zagier and Summer Ballentine
The Associated Press
Hartford Mayor-Elect Luke Bronin Declares: 'Now The Real Work Starts'
Vanessa de la Torre et al.
Hartford Courant
Heidi Williams Named 2015 MacArthur Fellow
MacArthur Foundation
The Scholar as Secretary: A Conversation with Ashton Carter
Jonathan Tepperman
Foreign Affairs
This governor is worth keeping tabs on
Robert Morris University Announces New President Dr. Christopher B. Howard
Detroit names Dr. Abdul El-Sayed as new health director
Detroit News
K. Sabeel Rahman named 2016 class of New America Fellows

What Are a Hospital’s Costs? Utah System Is Trying to Learn
New York Times
Cristina Bejan's Play Districtland Reworked into a TV Show
Washington Post
Ben Jealous opts for 'social-impact investing' over mayoral run
Dan Rodricks
Baltimore Sun
Biologist David Lodge named director of Atkinson Center
Lauren Chambliss
Cornell Chronicle
Building Resilience and Success: An Interview with Bonnie St. John
The Huffington Post
The Governor Who Has Figured Out How to Fix Bridges and Pensions
Tom Moroney and Matthew Winkler
Blooomberg Business
Bobby Jindal and the Trouble With Louisiana
Nicholas Lemann
The New Yorker
Ameen Barghi: Ethics of Self-Driving Cars
Matt Windsor
UAB News
Cristina Bejan: Finally Quiet in My Head at DC Black Theatre Festival
Britt Oliver
Leanna Wen: Working a Million Hours to Heal a City
Olga Khazan
The Atlantic
Ralph Smith: Distinguished Friends of Oxford Award Recipient

America's Next 'Minister of Culture': Don't Politicize the Appointment
George Weigel
National Review
Rachel Kolb: Help for the Signing-Impaired
Rachel Kolb
New York Times
UTC Students Work To Establish A Student Government At The Howard School
The Chattanoogan
Rhodes scholar to deliver keynote at Ripon College commencement
Melissa Anderson
Timothy Nunan: Top 30 Under 30 Thinker
Pacific Standard
David Moore
Vanessa Wong
Michigan Daily
Doug Hallward-Driemeier, husband of our newest member, will argue the same sex marriage case before the Supreme Court!
Adam Liptak
The New York Times
Too Much Power Rests with the National Conference of Bar Examiners
Nicholas W. Allard
The National Law Journal
De Blasio Names 3 to Rent Board as Annual Fight on Increases Nears
New York City
New York Times
A.E. Dick Howard : World is UVa. law professor's classroom
Jeff E. Schapiro
Richmond Times-Dispatch
Mark Williams (Kansas and New College 1973), Sean Day (South Africa and Oriel 1974) and Ralph Smith (Alabama and Corpus Christi 1973) serving together in Birmingham on District 7 Scholarship Selection Committee

Ralph Smith (AL & Corpus Christi '73) Named Distinguished Friend of Oxford

Steve Crown (WA & Queen's '80) Named Chair of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce

Ralph Smith Featured Speaker at Kiwanis Club of Birmingham Meeting
Jones Walker Press Release
Doctors Strive to Do Less Harm by Inattentive Care
Gina Kolata
New York Times
Ashton Carter confirmed by Senate as US defense secretary
The Guardian
Myron Rolle: Ex-NFL player, Rhodes Scholar tells Monmouth U grads: 'Get to the front lines'
Rob Spahr
Elliot Akama-Garren: For Rhodes Scholar, Hockey is No Distraction
Greg Bates
Leana Wen: Baltimore City Names New Health Commissioner
WMAR Staff
WMAR Baltimore
Erin Mauldin: West Point Valedictorian Wants to Join the Infantry
Kevin Lilley
Army Times
Ash Carter: Defense Pick Advises Careful Use of Military Force
Bryan Bender
The Boston Globe
Joe Romig: CU Legend Still Pushing Physical, Intellectual Limits
Robert Stein
Colorado Arts & Sciences Magazine
Myron Rolle: Ex-NFL Rhodes scholar to address graduates
Setting Fast Pace on the Track and in the Classroom, Princeton Runner Skokowski Named Rhodes Scholar
Bill Alden
Town Topics
5 Black Students Named Rhodes Scholars
The Root
Fang Cao: Blair High alumnus chosen as Rhodes Scholar
Kevin James Shay
Jacob Burnett: Local student earns prestigious Rhodes Scholarship and Habitat house
Kristin Bien
Anisha Gururaj: Out of the lab, into the world
Jessica Fujimori
MIT News
Alex Coccia: St. Charles grad to go to Oxford as Rhodes Scholar
Collin Binkley
The Columbus Dispatch
Amanda Frickle '12 Transitions from Rhodes Scholar to Politics
College of Idaho News Blog
College notebook: Yale's Townsend a Rhodes Scholar
Adrian Szkolar
Tayo A. Sanders II: Rhodes Less Traveled
UWEC senior only second in school history to win prestigious scholarship
Tom Giffey
Volume One
Ameen Barghi: Oak Mountain Alum Named Rhodes Scholar
Inquiring Mind: Rhodes Scholar Says He Learned ‘Constant Curiosity’ from Oak Mountain Teacher
Over the Mountain Journal
Emily Witt: Stanford Rhodes Scholar heading to Oxford to study ways "the brain can go awry"
Andrea Ford
Scope -- Published by Stanford Medicine
Jacob Burnett: Wabash College senior bound for Oxford in the fall
Ron Wilkins,
Lafayette Journal and Courier
Maya Krishnan: Richard Montgomery alumna named Rhodes Scholar
Rockville woman will graduate from Stanford before studying in U.K.
Peggy McEwan
Rebecca Esselstein: Alter grad is named Rhodes Scholar
Katherine Wright
Dayton Daily News
Rutendo Chigora: Penn student named Rhodes scholar
Susan Snyder
The Inquirer
Ashton Carter’s big job at Defense
The Editorial Board
The Washington Post
Leana Wen: New city health commissioner to lead campaign against substance abuse
Yvonne Wenger
The Baltimore Sun
Senior selected as first Rhodes Scholar from Univ. of Maryland since 1974
Fang Cao, computer science and physiology and neurobiology major, to attend Oxford University next year.
Lexie Schapitl
The Diamondback
Tayo Sanders II: Kimberly grad named Rhodes Scholar
Tayo Sanders II is one of 32 students nationwide to receive the prestigious scholarship.
Jen Zettel
Post-Crescent Media
Ridwan Hassen: First-generation college student awarded Rhodes Scholarship
Brooke Metz
USA Today
Three from MIT become Rhodes Scholars
Two seniors and an alumnus received the scholarship to Oxford this year
Sanjana Srivastava
The Tech
Gina Raimondo: Rhode Island's Powerful Women
Thirty Women with Serious Clout in Rhode Island
Rhode Island Monthly
Cadet Named Rhodes Scholar
Senior Airman Veronica Ward
U.S. Airforce Academy
Braden Keith
Swim Swam
Former South Cobb student named ’15 Rhodes scholar
Philip Clements
Marietta Daily Journal
Jane Menton: Tallahassee Rhodes winner excited about future
Gerald Ensley
Tallahassee Democrat
Talking Tofurky With Newly Vegan Cory Booker
Fire-fighting, hunger-striking, snow-shoveling U.S. Senator Cory Booker is up to something new this holiday season: veganism.
Vlad Chituc
The Daily Beast
UPS’s Rathje named a Rhodes Scholar
Shirley Skeel
The Suburban Times
Hard work pays off for Indiana Rhodes scholar
Hard work to take Indiana Rhodes scholar to Oxford for criminal justice studies
The Elkhart Truth
ILR's Rachel Harmon wins 2015 Rhodes Scholarship
Joe Zappala
Cornell Chronicle
Oak Mountain grad Ameen Barghi named Rhodes Scholar
280 Living
On Campus: UW-Eau Claire senior wins Rhodes scholarship
Dan Simmons
Wisconsin State Journal
Two Harvard Students Win Rhodes Scholarships
Harvard Magazine
UTC Student Named Rhodes Scholar
News Channel 9
Cornell senior Rachel Harmon wins prestigious Rhodes Scholarship
Jeff Stein
Ithaca Voice
Engineering Student Becomes Second UT Austin Rhodes Scholar for 2015
UT Austin
Fong and Sprung-Keyser Named Rhodes Scholars
Kayla McGarrell
Holland High grad David Moore named Rhodes scholar
Amy Biolchini
Holland Sentinel
Joe Barrett of Port Washington receives Rhodes scholarship
Johns Hopkins senior named Rhodes Scholar
Peter Kalugin is JHU's first recipient of the award since 2012
Amy Lunday
Johns Hopkins HUB
Oxford and beyond
Rhodes winners bring big aspirations to big challenges in science, economics
Peter Reuell
The Harvard Gazette
Robert A. Fisher Named Rhodes Scholar
The Chattanoogan
Three from Brown win Rhodes Scholarships
Scholarship tally marks second time since 1970 that Brown has boasted multiple winners
The Brown Daily Herald
UAB gets its third Rhodes scholar
Mike Oliver
With Rhodes Scholarship, Moore exemplifies Michigan
The Michigan Daily
10 Yalies win prestigious scholarships for study 'across the pond'
Bess Connolly Martell
Yale News
13 New England students named Rhodes Scholars
Jennifer Smith
Boston Globe
3 new Rhodes Scholars hail from metro Atlanta
32 students chosen as 2015 Rhodes Scholars
USA Today Staff
USA Today
Alex Coccia named Rhodes Scholar
Sue Lister
Notre Dame News
Barrett ’14, Skokowski ’15, Yerima ’15 named Rhodes Scholars
Daily Princetonian Staff
Daily Princetonian
Billy Rathje, University of Puget Sound student, named Rhodes scholar elect
The Olympian
City man is Rhodes Scholar
Associated Press
New Jersey woman among 32 new Rhodes Scholars
Associated Press
New Jersey 101.5
Parkway Central graduate from Chesterfield named Rhodes Scholar
Joel Currier
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Ruth C. Fong '15 named Rhodes Scholar
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Two MIT seniors and an alumnus named Rhodes Scholars
Elliot Akama-Garren ’15, Anisha Gururaj ’15, and Noam Angrist ’13 are among 32 winners nationwide.
Nora Delaney
MIT News
Two Stanford seniors awarded 2015 Rhodes Scholarships
The prestigious scholarships provide all expenses for two or three years of study at the University of Oxford
Yale forward Matt Townsend earns Rhodes scholarship
Associated Press
New Haven Register
Yale forward Matt Townsend named a Rhodes Scholar
Scott Phillips
NBC Sports
Leana Wen: What your doctor won’t disclose

Knute Buehler Wins
Phi Beta Kappa national secretary to deliver Sibley Lecture at Alfred University
Alfred University
UT Austin Architecture Student Wins Rhodes Scholarship
Jim Himes Midterm Election Results: Himes Beats Republican Opponent
Samantha Lachman
Cyrus Habib (Washington & St John's 2003) and Drew Hansen (Washington & Magdalen 1995) win in Washington
The Seattle Times
Democrat Gina Raimondo becomes Rhode Island's first female governor
Svea Herbst-Bayliss
Jim Cooper Defeats Bob Ries In 2014 Tennessee Congressional Race
Paige Lavender
US Sen. Booker Wins Re-Election In New Jersey Minutes After Polls Close
CBS New York
Hard Work Ahead for Burse
Brent Schanding
Frankfort, KY
The State Journal
Can Larry Pressler save the Democrats?
Margaret Carlson
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
A Soldier Reports: The Education of John Nagl
Daniel R. Green
Foreign Policy
Conference celebrates Jonathan Culler
Stella Dawson
Cornell Chronicle
Atul Gawande Guest on The Daily Show

U.S. courts deny trafficking victims lost wages: study
Stella Dawson
Cory Booker: Renewed Spotlight on Why the National Football League Is a Nonprofit Group
Susanna Kim
ABC News
Alain Locke, Whose Ashes Were Found In University Archives, Is Buried
All Things Considered, NPR
Gina Raimondo: Rhode Island Pension Overhaul Backer Wins Governor Nod
William Selway
The 60-year journey of the ashes of Alain Locke, father of the Harlem Renaissance
Frances Stead Sellers
The Washington Post
Mayor and Professor: Walling tackles teaching at UM-Flint
Madeline Ciak
The Michigan Times
A non-lawyer on the Supreme Court?
D.G. Martin
Troubles hit site that discloses payments given to doctors
Mark Albert
CBS This Morning
David Quammen: The Ebola Outbreak: 'A Dress Rehearsal For The Next Big One'
NPR Staff
University President Takes A Chunk Out Of His Pay To Give Others A Boost
Melissa Block
Watch former Florida State safety, Rhodes Scholar Myrone Rolle wow politicians on Capitol Hill
Nick Birdsong
Martial Arts instructor inducted as Senior Master
Martinez News-Gazette
The Menninger Clinic Names Dr. C. Edward Coffey as President and CEO

Largest employment gains by school
Rebecca Larsen
Playwright Cristina Bejan's "Districtland" among Best of the Capital Fringe
Jessica Poole
DC Metro Theater Arts
Forget Obamacare. Common Core is the Republicans’ new big enemy
Stephanie Grace
Washington Post
Standalone Law Schools Aren’t All Doomed
Maya Itah
Tipping the Scales
Conventional Wisdom: Choose Brooklyn | Commentary
Nicholas W. Allard
Roll Call
LA Mayor Eric Garcetti Honored by Local NAACP
LA Times
Former mayor Kurt Schmoke to be University of Baltimore's next president
Carrie Wells
The Baltimore Sun
PBS' 'Coming Back With Wes Moore' tells vivid stories of returning combat veterans
Dave Walker | The Times-Picayune
Constitutional Scholar Sujit Choudhry New Berkeley Law Dean
Susan Gluss
Berkley Law Press Release
Why Brooklyn Law cut its tuition
The law school recently cut its sticker price by 15%. Dean Nicholas Allard explains the school's rationale.
Maya Itah
Brooklyn Law School cuts tuition, prioritizes access over profit
Charisma L. Miller, Esq.
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Brooklyn Law School cuts tuition: Dean Nicholas Allard

Kevin Shenderov Awarded Soros Fellowship for New Americans

Sylvia Mathews Burwell’s next marathon
Quam new COO of The Nature Conservancy
Karin Elton
Marshall Independent
The 10 candidates you might not know, but definitely should: Larry Pressler & Gina Raimondo
The Washington Post Blog
Cory Booker Offers Help to Another Rhodes Scholar From N.J
Bob Holt
St. Peter's Prep graduate named one of nation's 32 Rhodes scholars
Steven Rodas (New Jersey Journal)
“It’s always an exploration”: Talking Burma with 2014 Rhodes Scholar Courtney Wittekind
Joshua Barnes
Sampsonia Way
Maddow and Yoshino Explain Texas and Arizona Victoies
Karen Ocamb
Rhodes Scholar discusses symbols of liberty in US
USC Upstate graduate focuses on Revolution
Jenny Arnold
Wes Moore hopes book is ‘call to action’
Author speaks to students for Ivy Tech’s ‘Doing the Dream’ celebration
Alyx Arnett
Kokomo Perspective
The Rejection of Myron Rolle
The NFL Wanted Him... Until He Was Named a Rhodes Scholar
Aaron Gordan
SB Nation
USC Upstate’s Wells Fargo Speaker Series welcomes Rhodes scholar Dr. Daniel Dreisbach ’81
University of South Carolina Upstate
Rhodes Applicants Must Attest They Received No Help on Essays
Inside Higher Ed
Myron Rolle: The Secret Life of Scientists and Engineers

Business Advice From A Winter Games Champion: Paralympics Hero Bonnie St. John
Cheryl Conner
Passion and Academic Acumen Lead Pierson to Rhodes
Nehan Chatoor
The Stanford Daily
Unterreiner makes the most of second chance
Nitish Kulkarni
The Stanford Daily
UMSL celebrates MLK with Wes Moore
The St. Louis American
Rhodes Scholars Appear on Forbes 30 Under 30 List
Forbes Magazine
Ronan Farrow, Reluctant TV Star
The New York Times
Rhodes Scholar Joshua Aiken Leaves WUSTL to Study Refugees in England
The Chronicle
Calla Glavin: Rhodes Scholar reflects on Birmingham roots
Larry Ruehlen
Observer & Eccentric
Wamala Stayed Cool Through Rhodes Scholarship Process
Mike Sheridan
Official Site of Villanova Athletics
Alexander Diaz: Highest honor in academia
Township student named Rhodes Scholar; on way to Oxford Read more: Hudson Reporter - Highest honor in academia Township student named Rhodes Scholar on way to Oxford
Joseph Passantino
Hudson Reporter
Rhodes Scholar, Italian, Mexican, Jew: Meet Eric Garcetti, L.A.’s New Mayor
The 42-year-old son of the city’s former D.A. emerges as a tailor-made fit for the polyglot metropolis
Rex Weiner
School board announces Drew Birrenkott Day
Amber Gerber
The McFarland Thistle
Villanova student-athlete's Rhodes scholarship third in school's history
Crossing disciplines, and international borders
Rhodes Scholar John Mikhael, who calls both the U.S. and Lebanon home, is also comfortable in many scientific fields.
Anne Trafton
MIT News
Oak Ridge Council honors Rhodes Scholar
Oak Ridge City Council recently paid tribute to one of Oak Ridge’s outstanding students
Beverly Majors
The Oak Ridger
GameDay: Laying the foundation for a Rhodes Scholar
Hayden Kim
Daily Emerald
Sunday profile: Fort Collins native Meredith Wheeler named Rhodes Scholar
Stanford University's Meredith Wheeler plans to study Middle Eastern politics while on scholarship at England's University of Oxford.
Madeline Novey
Yale University student named U.S. Rhodes Scholar
IndUS Business Journal
BTN LiveBIG: Wisconsin senior wins Rhodes Scholarship
Kristen Shilton
Law School Never Taught Me to Be an Entrepreneur
Nicholas Allard
Everything You Need to Know about Rhodes Scholar Zarko Perovic
Alvaro Garcia Lecuona
Caliber Magazine
Gold Helmet winners: Joe Romig, the 1950s
Patrick Saunders
The Denver Post
Fellow Jim O’Connell earns Rhodes Scholarship
Brooke Metz
Old Gold & Black (Wake Forest Student Newspaper)
Wamala wins Rhodes Scholarship
Blog: Villanovan
The Villanovan
Rhodes scholar aims to act on lofty goals
Andy Gross
The Riverdale Press
2014 Rhodes Scholars react with disbelief, delight
Connor Ryan
USA Today
Alexander Wang: Doylestown native named Rhodes Scholar
The Intelligencer
East Chapel Hill HS Alum Named 2014 Rhodes Scholar
Rachel Nash
Editorial: WFU's Rhodes scholar makes us proud
Winston-Salem Journal
Fort Collins woman named Rhodes scholar
Alex Ruiz
Mastroianni a Rhodes Scholar
Norwalk Reflector
Student-athletes among 2014 Rhodes Scholars

Three from Stanford Named Rhodes Scholars
Jana Persky
The Stanford Daily
3 from Washington, 1 from Oregon named Rhodes Scholars
Associated Press
Behrle, Tyson awarded Rhodes Scholarship
Fourth-year College students will study urban poverty, British literature
Joseph Liss
CMU graduate named Rhodes Scholar
Kaitlynn Riely
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Four Virginian students among Rhodes Scholarship recipients
Fredrick Kunkle
The Washington Post
Hanford High grad named a Rhodes Scholar
Geoff Folsom
The News Tribune
Josh Aiken wins Rhodes scholarship, to study at Oxford starting fall 2014
Michael Tabb
Meredith Lukens Wheeler: Colorado Woman Named Rhodes Scholar (NBC Affiliate)
Plant High graduate selected as Rhodes Scholar
The Tampa Tribune
Providence Day graduate selected as Rhodes Scholar
Elisabeth Arriero
Charlotte Observer
Suzanna Fritzberg: Shorecrest graduate named Rhodes Scholar

UT student named Rhodes Scholar
Kayla Strayer
UW-Madison senior wins Rhodes Scholarship
Susannah Brooks
Villanova women's hoops sending Jessica Wamala to Oxford on Rhodes Scholarship
Brian Ewart
Boston: Seven local students named Rhodes Scholars
Jeremy Fox
The Boston Globe
Cambridge woman among 32 US Rhodes Scholars
Associated Press
Boston Herald
Courtney Wittekind: CMU Alumna Named a Rhodes Scholar
Amy McConnell Schaarsmith
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
James O’Connell: Plant High graduate selected as Rhodes Scholar
The Associated Press
The Tampa Bay Tribune
San Diegan named Rhodes Scholar
Torrey Pines graduate is fourth local Rhodes winner in the last five years
Lyndsay Winkley
San Diego
UT-San Diego
Smith Student from Nevada Named Rhodes Scholar
Martin Griffith
Seattle Post Intelligencer
Vinay Nayak: Oak Brook Resident Named a Rhodes Scholar
Jessica Cilella
Chicago Daily Herald
Zarko Perovic: San Diegan Named Rhodes Scholar
Lyndsay Winkley
U-T San Diego
American Rhodes Scholarships Winners
Joyce Knight
Vienna, VA
Press Release of the American Secretary
Ralph Smith Speaks at the Birmingham Bar Association's Future Leaders Forum
Jones Walker Press Release
Nashville luring new wave of enterprising health care execs
Shelley DuBois
The Tennessean
Kelly: Westside grad, now teaching at Harvard, to share passion for beauty of math
Michael Kelly
Salute the Troops: Pete Dawkins
NFL veteran: I never saw a bullying culture as bad as the Miami Dolphins
There was no leadership in the Miami Dolphins locker room. There's a difference between teasing and harassment
Myron Rolle
The Guardian
Former Newark Mayor Cory Booker sworn in as U.S. senator
Thomas Ferraro
Washington, D.C.
Former Olympian and NBA Great, Three-Term Congressman and Rhodes Scholar Tom McMillen Joins HSUS Board of Directors
Human Society Press Release
Allard: Law Schools Should Award More Scholarships Based on Need
Video of Bloomberg Interview with Nick Allard
Kris Kristofferson, Union Chapel, review
Helen Brown enjoys a warm and nostalgic set from veteran country singer, Kris Kristofferson.
London, UK
The Telegraph
'Inequality for All' a rich portrait of middle class
Despite making a point most Americans already know, "Inequality" takes an unflinching look at the country's growing gap between the nation's wealthiest and the working class.
Scott Bowles
USA Today
Headmaster's installation signals new era in the Haverford School's 129-year history
Cheryl Allison
Main Line Times
NYU business dean discusses economics
Catherine O'Neill
The Daily Tar Heel
Yusuf named to medical hall of fame
The Hamilton Spectactor
John Akomfrah’s Stuart Hall film to be screened for Black History Month
Movie includes rare historical documentary footage of 1970s icon
Helen Whittle
Hackney News
Publication of Dr. Basker's Library of America Volume

Canadian’s $120-million gift will widen reach of Rhodes scholarship
Paul Waldie
London, UK
The Globe and Mail
Wes Moore Challenges Freshman Class
Eli Wallach
Baltimore, MD
Johns Hopkins News-Letter
President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts
Richard Stengel – Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs, Department of State
Washington, D.C.
The White House Press Office
Beyond mere talk: how to really help first-generation college students
I am the first in my family to graduate college and earn a doctorate. Getting to this point took guts, luck and some extra aid.
Julia James
Oxford, UK
The Guardian
Success — and only success
Princeton president Christopher Eisgruber '83 has met few setbacks in his life, but his image is not his concern.
Teddy Schleifer
Princeton, NJ
The Daily Princetonian
Florida Assistant U.S. Attorney Joins Mayer Brown
Jennifer Koons
Main Justice
Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Pre-Small Press Expo Chat with Michael Wenthe
Mike Rhode
Washington, D.C.
Washington City Paper
MIT’s Williams Decodes Economics of Gene Sequencing
Jeanna Smialek
Navy Seal Eric Greitens remembers 9/11
St. Louis, MO
Quid co-founder Sean Gourley tackles complexity
Rob O'Neill
Wall Street has so far crushed a drastic foreclosure fix. One California town could change that.
Lydia DePillis
Washington Post
Tony Abbott is Australia's new Prime Minister
Sydney, Australia
NAACP chief Ben Jealous to resign
NAACP President Benjamin Todd Jealous says he wants to spend more time with his wife and children.
Melanie Eversley
Baltimore, MD
USA Today
Under Secretary of Energy for National Nuclear Security: Who Is Frank Klotz?
Washington, D.C.
U.S. Air Force Academy Superintendent Lt. Gen. Michelle Johnson steps up to the plate at the right time
Air Force Academy, Colorado
Progress Index
Female General: Ability, Confidence Propel Career
Dan Elliott (AP Wire)
Obama endorses Cory Booker for Senate in N.J.
Newark mayor, a longtime Obama supporter, is leading polls in special election to succeed the late Frank Lautenberg.
USA Today
Gary native and Rhodes Scholar [Carlton Long] encourages teachers as new school year begins
Carmen McCollum
Tony Abbott at Oxford: fighter, networker, Thatcherite
Twenty-two months in England transformed the beer-swilling, rugby song-singing chameleon – and gave him a new hero
Andy Beckett
The Guardian
Booker Coasts in Primary; 'Make Me Your Senator,' He Tells New Jersey
Raymond Hernandez
New York Times
President Clinton and Sen. Richard Lugar Awarded Medal of Freedom
Courtney Corbisiero
The White House
Fast Company
My year on Mars as a member of the Curiosity rover team
Bethany List Ehlmann
The Guardian
Opinion: Escaping from our digital histories
ClearStory Taps Former Google Exec to Help With Growth
Deborah Gage
Committed to the World: Rhodes Scholars in Global Health

UT Astrophysicist is also a world class orienteer
The Blade
Obama's top 11 bureaucrats all Oxford alumni: Study
Business Standard
Secretary-General appoints special adviser to focus on responsibility to protect
UN News Centre
Merata Kawhara Appointed to NZ Geographic Board
Ralph Smith Featured Speaker at the National Association of Fellowships Advisors Conference

Obamacare’s point guard: A parley with DeParle
Harvard Law School Online
Caine prize won by Tope Folarin
Liz Bury
The Guardian
Exeter College Announces Selection of Sir Rick Trainor as New Rector
Press Release, Exeter College, Oxford
Ralph Smith Featured Speaker at Asian Global Business Summit

Rice to Replace Donilon in the Top National Security Post
Mark Landler
The New York Times
Andrew Park speaks with Asset.TV about ESG Data
Christopher Murray: Life, Not Death, is Focus of New Health Metrics
Jeremy Smith
Discover Magazine
Who Is Eric Garcetti?
Sean Sullivan
The Fix Blog, The Washington Post
Cory Booker to Receive Honorary Doctorate from Washington University in St. Louis

Rhodes scholar to deliver Unity College commencement address
Morning Sentinel
Richard Lugar knighted for international relations work
The Denisonian
Rhodes Scholar Myron Rolle has moved past NFL for medical school
Chris Mahr
Yahoo Sports
Princeton will promote provost as new president
$300 Million Scholarship for Study in China Signals a New Focus
Keith Bradsher
New York Times
Myron Rolle to future NFL draft picks: You have a lot of power; use it
Former Sen. Lugar knighted by Queen Elizabeth for U.S.-U.K. work
Maureen Groppe
Talking Rhodes Scholarships, Leadership
Alexa Tieu
Cory Booker to speak at Washington U. commencement
St. Louis Post Dispatch
NCCU students urged to become ‘great thinkers’
Neil Offen
The Herald Sun
UCF’s first Rhodes Scholar visits campus
Dr. Tyler Fisher visits UCF Burnett Honors College students at the Fairwinds Alumni Center
Brian Dominguez
Knightly News
How a Web Dating Adventure Inspired an Education Movement
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Munro Richardson, co-founder of myEDmatch launches new job matching website.

McMillen to be Inducted into Hall of Fame
Former Maryland star to be inducted into National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame
University of Maryland Athletics
Meet Dr. Tyler Fisher, UCF’s first Rhodes Scholar
Rhodes Scholar to Speak to IPFW Students
Cyrus Habib: Iranian-Americans Test Political Glass Ceiling
Tom Banse
PRI's The World
Air Force appoints first woman as superintendent of Air Force Academy
Associated Press
The Washington Post
Eric Lander Named One of 11 Inaugural Winners of the Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences
Dennis Overbye
New York Times
Why 'The Feminine Mystique' Is Still Worth Reading in 2013
Nanette Fondas
The Atlantic
‘You Can Actually Make a Lot of Money and Do a Lot of Good in the World’
Peter Henry (North Carolina and St. Catherine '91)
Interview by Andrew Goldman
New York Times Magazine
Sylvia Mathews Burwell: Obama likely to name Wal-Mart Foundation head as budget director
Erik Wasson
The Hill
Villanova’s Wamala A Rhodes Scholar
Matt Leon
CBS Philly
Shakir is one of only 32 US Rhodes Scholars
Oklahoma City Friday
Rhodes Scholar Luke Bronin Named As Gov. Malloy’s New Chief Legal Counsel
Christopher Keating
Hartford Courant :: Capitol Watch CT Politics
Yale student dances his way — Israeli-style — to a Rhodes Scholarship
Daniel Weizmann
The Times of Israel
Ethics in Society student (Stanford) honored with Rhodes Scholarship
Kris Kristofferson releases first new music in four years with 'Feeling Mortal'
Lisa L. Rollins
Lugar era ends after 36 years in Senate
Dan Carden
NWI Politics
Mayor Pete Buttigieg: No easy calls
Erin Blasko
South Bend Tribune
Short Take: Local student selected as Rhodes Scholar
Bakersfield Life Magazine
Idaho Man Picked to Head Rhodes Scholar Program
The Olympian
Virginia Cadet Named Rhodes Scholar
Vicky Mouze
Hometown Student is Newest Rhodes Scholar
Bakersfield Californian
Orthodox Jewish Woman Named Rhodes Scholar
The Jewish Voice
Rhodes Scholar is ‘thrilled for opportunity’
Marena Galluccio
The Red & Black
Intercollegiate equestrian awarded prestigious Rhodes Scholarship
English equestrian Rachel Kolb of Stanford University has been recognized for her academic and personal achievements.
L.A. Pomeroy
Former Maverick Woodlee earns Rhodes Scholarship
Mauldin, Wofford volleyball star earns Rhodes Scholarship
Ann Green
Honors student awarded Rhodes Scholarship
Columns: Online Newspaper for the University of Georgia Community
From Chicago’s Englewood to Oxford, Yale grad awarded Rhodes Scholarship
Young, Gifted & Black Series
Milwaukee Courier
Rhiana Gunn-Wright, Rhodes Scholar, Aims To Shine Light From Her Bright Future On To Englewood
HuffPost: Chicago Impact
Gender Equality
The New York Times
Orthodox Jewish Yale Student Named As Rhodes Scholar
Bangalore girl on the road to being a Rhodes scholar
Bangalore, India
Mumbai IITian gets Rhodes
Rhodes Scholar Rhiana Gunn-Wright sets powerful example
Trini to get Rhodes scholarship
Tremaine Soca Warner
Guardian Media
Mount A announces 51st Rhodes Scholar
Sackville, NB
The Sackville Tribune Post
Myrick becomes 48th UNC Rhodes Scholar
Chapel Hill, NC
The Herald-Sun
Two Cornell Students Named Rhodes Scholars
Kerry Close
Cornell Daily Sun
Westlake High grad named Rhodes Scholar after ranking at top of his class at Yale
Wendy Leung
Ventura County Star
McCuaig becomes 13th McGill athlete to win Rhodes Scholarship
McGill University
North Allegheny Grad Joins Elite Group of Rhodes Scholars
Dakota McCoy currently attends Yale University.
Cindy Cusic Micco
North Allegheny Patch
U of A student to fulfil her dream at Oxford as a Rhodes scholar
Edmonton Journal
Five military students named Rhodes Scholars
Leo Shane III
Washington, DC
Stars and Stripes
IMSA grad scores Rhodes Scholarship to study poverty
Marie Wilson
Daily Herald
Two Rhodes Scholars Chosen from Stanford
Nitish Kulkarni
The Stanford Daily
UA Rhodes Scholar finalists, though not chosen, learn from experience
The Crimson White
Legal Rhodes scholars 2012: Nalsar ICC fan Arushi Garg & NLSIU’s Anupama Kumar
Kian Ganz
Bangalore, India
Legally India
Q&A: Clayton Aldern ’13, Rhodes scholar
Sam Heft-Luthy
The Brown Daily Herald
RRHS grad almost had Wright stuff to be Rhodes Scholar
Gary Herron
Albuquerque, NM
Rio Rancho Observer
Rhodes Scholarship recipient is from North Dakota
WDAY Staff Reports
Beulah, ND
Students from Minnesota win 2013 Rhodes scholarship
Tyler Gieseke
Twin Cities
Minnesota Daily
Phoenix woman selected to be Rhodes scholar
Cathryn Creno
Phoenix, AZ
The Republic
Minnesota: 2 new Rhodes Scholars chart a course in the sciences
Steve Karnowski
Twin Cities
Pioneer Press
Trinidadian named 2013 Commonwealth Caribbean Rhodes scholar
Bridgetown, Barbados
Jamaica Observer
USNA's Whitcombe Named Rhodes Scholar
Senior hurdler receives prestigious academic honor
Naval Academy Public Affairs
Annapolis, MD
Yale Rhodes delegation looks to Oxford
Amy Wang
New Haven, CT
Yale Daily News
2 West Point cadets named Rhodes scholars
Mike Strasser, U.S. Military Academy Public Affairs
West Point Press Release
Cornell's Dobyns, Young named Rhodes scholars
Susan Kelley
Cornell Chronicle
Georgia Tech Alumnus Named Rhodes Scholar
Joy Buolamwini, a 2012 computer science graduate, is the fourth Georgia Tech student to be selected for the prestigious honor
Midtown Patch
Gerald Ensley: FSU lays claim to the state's first Rhodes scholar
Gerald Ensley
Tallahassee, FL
Rhodes Scholar Rhiana Gunn-Wright 'grateful'
Cheryl Burton
Standout VIrginia student named Rhodes Scholar
Fourth-year College student Joe Riley will study at Oxford University on prestigious scholarship
Julia Horowitz
Charlottesville, VA
Cavalier Daily
2 Minnesotans named Rhodes Scholars
Steve Karnowski
St Paul, MN
Associated Press
From Englewood to Rhodes Scholar: ‘It’s huge’
Becky Schlikerma
Chicago Sun-Times
Glendale Woman Named Rhodes Scholar
Associated Press
Glendale, MO
CBS St. Louis
Grass Valley man to attend Oxford as a Rhodes scholar
Anne Gonzales
Sacramento Bee
Greer's Woodlee selected for Rhodes Scholarship
Staff Reports
Greer Today
Harvard Seniors Chosen as Rhodes Scholars
Michelle Lee
Cambridge, MA
The Harvard Crimson
Luther College senior Georgianna Whiteley named Rhodes Scholar
Decorah, IA
The Decorah Newspapers
Montco student a Rhodes scholar
David Carel of Penn Valley was named one of 32 who will pursue studies in England.
Ron Todt
Montgomery County native named Rhodes scholar
Associated Press
News Works
MSU's Joe Thiel wins Rhodes Scholarship
Montana State University
Myers Park Graduate Awarded Rhodes Scholarship
Charlotte Observer
N.D. native named Rhodes Scholar
Kristi Eaton
The Jamestown Sun
Rhodes Scholars Announced For 2013
Alex Dominguez
Philadelphia, PA
Associated Press
Seven Yalies win Rhodes scholarships
Carole Bass
New Haven, CT
06520 Yale Alumni News Blog
Six from Harvard win Rhodes
Through awards, they will head to Oxford for graduate studies
Jennifer Doody
Cambridge, MA
Harvard Gazette
Six Harvard students receive Rhodes Scholarships
Looking forward to attending Oxford
Zachary T. Sampson
Boston, MA
The Boston Globe
Two Rhodes Scholars share Idaho connection
2 Rhodes Scholars live in same Montana city
Associated Press
Boise, Idaho
Idaho Press-Tribune
UC Berkeley student among prestigious group of 2013 Rhodes Scholars
Sarah Yang
Berkeley, CA
UC Berkeley News Center
UGA Student Wins Rhodes Scholarship
Sam Fahmy
Athens, GA
Wofford Student Named Rhodes Scholar for Class of 2013
WSPA Staff
Spartanburg, SC
News Channel 7
American Rhodes Scholars for 2013
Vienna, VA
Office of the American Secretary
Burg Named Rhodes Finalist
Hempstead, NY
Hofstra Athletic Communications
Calif. student from Maine is named Rhodes Scholar
Associated Press
Brunswick, Maine
Canton man will be 2013 Rhodes Scholar
Associated Press
Canton, Ohio
The News-Herald
College of Idaho graduate named Rhodes Scholar
College of Idaho
Cordova woman named Rhodes Scholar
Jody Callahan
Memphis, TN
The Commercial Appeal
Etowah native selected to be Rhodes Scholar
Associated Press
Knoxville, TN
Larkspur Student Among 3 California Rhodes Scholars In 2013
San Francisco, CA
CBS San Francisco
Louisville man named Rhodes Scholar
Joey Brown
Louisville, KY
Mont. student from Idaho is named Rhodes Scholar
Associated Press
Bozeman Daily Chronicle
NE Ohio man selected as a Rhodes Scholar for 2013
Associated Press
Canton, OH
North Caldwell student named Rhodes Scholar
Associated Press
Trenton, NJ
OU student Mubeen Shakir named Rhodes Scholar
Norman, OK
Pittsburgh woman named Rhodes scholar
Karen Kane
Pittsburgh, PA
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Rhodes Scholar Hails From DeSoto
Dallas, TX
Rhodes Scholars story
Ron Todt
Philadelphia, PA
The Wall Street Journal
UGA, Tech students earn Rhodes scholarships
Bill Torpy
Atlanta, GA
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Kalamazoo College's only Rhodes Scholar offers advice to WMU finalist
Kalamazoo, MI
M Live
Kenneth Townsend Returns to Millsaps to Help Oversee Strategic Plan
Jackson, Mississippi
Millsaps College
Senator Richard Lugar (R-IN) to Receive 2013 Statesmanship Award
U.S. Association of Former Members of Congress
Sacramento Bee
Susan Rice likely Hillary Clinton replacement
Bill Plante
CBS News
Stanford senior's Rhodes scholarship bid takes back seat to his sport
David Pollack
Mercury News
US Rep. Jim Himes wins re-election
Hartford, Connecticut
Rhodes Scholar's medical mind
Michelle Paine
The Mercury
Meet the Dean: From “Bedford Falls” to the Beltway to Brooklyn, Nicholas W. Allard Becomes the Eighth Dean of Brooklyn Law School
Brooklyn, NY
BLS Law Notes
2011 Rhodes Scholars Swim the English Channel for WaterAid

The Rabbi and the Rhodes Scholar (Cory Booker)
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Huffington Post
Eric Garcetti: All's in the Family for LA's Successful Men
Michael Herren
Los Angeles Confidential
Ralph H. Smith II Joins Jones Walker
Jones Walker
The Sacramento Bee
Rev. Brian E. Daley: Vatican prize to Notre Dame theology professor
South Bend Tribune
The Schoolmaster: David Coleman
Dana Goldstein
The Atlantic
Book Review: ‘Our Divided Political Heart’ by E. J. Dionne Jr.
Geoffrey Kabaservice
The New York Times
Did Evangelicals Change the Climate Change Conversation?
Agnostic scholar Katharine Wilkinson looks at the legacy of the Evangelical Climate Initiative.
Ruth Moon
Christianity Today
Celebs perform stories from author John Edgar Wideman
Jason Lewis
Los Angeles Sentinel

WordTheatre’s Storytales: Featuring celebrities performing stories from acclaimed African-American author John Edgar Wideman’s literary anthology ‘Briefs’

WordTheatre will present “Storytales,” a special one night production at the Ford Amphitheatre on Saturday, October 6, 2012 at 8:00 p.m. The presentation was announced today by WordTheatre Artistic Director, Cedering Fox. Based on ‘Briefs’, MacArthur ’Genius Grant‘ recipient John Edgar Wideman’s most recent collection of stories, “Storytales” features celebrity film, television and Broadway actors giving voice to Wideman’s words; musician Chuck Inglish of The Cool Kids playing his original score live; and a dance troupe from Culture Shock LA performing hip hop dance.

Wideman, who will be flying out from the East Coast for the event, is the only writer to earn the Pen/Faulkner Award for Fiction twice. He is a National Book Award finalist, a one-time Rhodes Scholar and a tenured English professor at Brown University. His stories personally and powerfully chronicle the African-American experience.

K&L Gates taps Kalis for fifth term
Patty Tascarella
Pittsburgh Business Times
Editorial: The Times recommends Ross Hunter and Cyrus Habib for 48th Legislative District
In the 48th Legislative District, voters should re-elect state Rep. Ross Hunter and elect Cyrus Habib for a team of smart progressives.
Seattle Times Editorial
The Seattle Times
Susan Rice, U.S. ambassador to U.N., takes center stage in debate over Syria violence
Colum Lynch
The Washington Post
Nicholas Allard Takes the Reins as Dean of Brooklyn Law School
Rachel Leven
The Hill
Social enterprise plans under way in Asheville
Dale Neal
Asheville Citizen-Times
Cory Booker Pitches Party Platform at Democratic Convention
Heather Haddon
The Wall Street Journal Metropolis Blog
Decorated Army Veteran John Nagl Named Headmaster of Haverford School

Rabbi Asher Lopatin to Succeed Rabbi Avi Weiss at Yeshivat Chovevei Torah
The Jewish
Myron Rolle Put Education First
The Graduates
As the future beckons unto the Class of 2012, three of MIT's newest alumni look back on what they put into—and got out of—their time at the Institute.
Emily Finn
Technology Review
FSU Rhodes Scholar Johnson partners with CARE program
Doug Blackburn
If the House holds Holder in contempt of Congress, what then?
Josh Chafetz
The Washington Post
Profile: Carpenter Receives Rhodes Scholarship for Alabama
Jill Honeycutt
Dateline Alabama
Applications for Rhodes Scholarships Open Around the World

BGEN Mark Martins Awarded Honorary Degree

"Savvy stories in ‘Kissing List’"
Lauren Gallagher
The SF Examiner
Heather Wilson wins New Mexico Senate Primary
Associated Press
SF Gate
Richard Pfaff awarded Haskins Medal by the Medieval Academy of America

Stephen C. Vasciannie (Jamaica & Balliol '81) Appointed Ambassador to the U.S.
Jamaica Observer
Douglas Eakeley Appointed Alan V. Lowenstein Chair

Ralph Smith awarded the Mentor Birmingham Award by the Rotaract Club of Birmingham

Robert Radtke awarded honorary Doctor of Divinity

The Lost Patient
A Review of Doron Weber's Book 'Immortal Bird: A Family Memoir'
Jerome Groopman
The New York Review of Books
Paul Markovich Appointed CEO of California Blue Shield
Blue Shield of California
Eric Greitens is Recipient of the 2012 Charles Bronfman Prize
Kimberly Butler
Huffington Post
Bring Us Wilson: Editorial on Senate Candidate Heather Wilson
New York Sun
Do Cell Phones Belong in the Classroom?
Robert Earl
The Atlantic
Myron Rolle to Speak to Inspire Youth in Philly
Bill Bradley: 'Do Better' To Reverse Country's Course
NPR Staff
In the Line of Faith: Eboo Patel
Lavina Melwani
The Hindu
Brig. Gen. Mark S. Martins: U.S. to Restart Tribunal, Aiming to Show It’s Fair
Charlie Savage
New York Times
Former Rep. Brad Carson: 7 Pols with Native American heritage
MJ Lee
Clay Christensen's Life Lessons
Bradford Wieners
Four Former Rhodes Scholars Will Serve as Commencement Speakers in Virginia
Karin Kapsidelis
Richmond Times-Dispatch
State Veterans Affairs Director, Erica Borggren Keynote Speaker for PSC Veterans Stole Ceremony
For The Times
Newark Mayor Cory A. Booker to Speak to Jackson State University Graduates
The Associated Press
Brig. Gen. Mark Martins to be the Commencement Speaker at Knox College
John Pulliam, GateHouse News Service
Jonah Lehrer's Latest Book Review
Erin Lyndal Martin
Maurice Jones Will Be VWC Commencement Speaker

Cyrus Habib Will be Emcee for the 2012 Redefining Vision Luncheon
The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc.
HUD Swears in Rhodes Scholar Maurice Jones as Deputy Secretary
Ryan Schuette
Navy Seal Eric Greitens Gives Testimony To Group of Local Leaders
Eric Pera
The Ledger
UC Davis Dean, James Hildreth, Elected to Johns Hopkins Society of Scholars
UCDAVIS News and Information
Best-selling Author Wes Moore NCCC’s Commencement Speaker
Sanborn, NY
Niagara Gazette
Stephanie Dangel, After Stints in 'Big Law,' Relishes Star Role at Steeltown Entertainment Project
Joyce Gannon
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Rhodes Scholars Active at Oxford's North American Reunion

Mayor Bory Booker Rescues Neighbor From Burning House
The Associated Press
Newark, N.J.
Elizabeth Kirkland Cahill Speaks at Porter Gaud Upper School Chapel
Charleston, SC
Jindal education bills headed to Senate floor
Baton Rouge, LA
Lisette Nieves, Brooklyn College’s First Rhodes Scholar Works to Boost Today’s Students
BC News
Maddow on new book, Reagan, and America’s war habit
Now Alex Wagner
Eric Greitens to Deliver Tufts University's Commencement Address on May 20
Medford/Somerville, Mass.
Kristof: Help Stop Sex Trafficking
Conchita Sarnoff
New York, NY
The Huffington Post
Q&A with Naomi Wolf: the NDAA and free speech
The Guardian
An Open Letter to Russ Feingold: Why You Have to Run for Governor
Mitchell Bard
The Huffington Post
Indiana's Sen. Richard Lugar is fighting to show his worth
Matthew Tully
Indianapolis, Indiana
NAACP's Jealous Says Community Must Stand Up for Trayvon Martin
Wilmington, North Carolina
The Wilmington Journal
Nick Allard Appointed Brooklyn Law Dean
Rachel Leven
The Hill
Rhodes Scholars in Israel to examine Arab-Jewish coexistence
Robert A. Long among Lawyers Arguing Healthcare Law before Supreme Court
Associated Press
Faces of Berkeley: Paul Parish, Campus Bartender and Rhodes Scholar
Sybil Lewis
The Daily Californian
British PM Cameron Meets with Newark Mayor Cory Booker during NJ Visit
Cristian Salazar and Samantha Henry
ABC News
Josiah Bunting III to Give Randolph College Address
WSLS-TV Staff Reports
NBC Affiliate WSLS
Princeton's Rhodes scholars find time to explore
Tara Thean
Princeton Alumni Weekly
Ex-track star finds his niche
Bill Ward
Tampa Bay Online
U.S. Army Deploys New General Counsel, Brad Carson
Shannon Green
Corporate Counsel
Yale Law School Offers Tenure to Christina Rodriguez
Daniel Sisgoreo
Cross Campus
Tapped Out by Matthew Polly
Shawn Proctor
Culture Mob
Rachel Maddow receives Steinbeck Award
Jeffrey Cianci
Spartan Daily
University City Pastor, Brent Roam, Took a Rambling Road
Deb Peterson
Steelers sign Myron Rolle
Nate Davis
USA Today
ABSS Administrator Wins Recognition from the White House
Mike Wilder
Former U.S. Senator Bill Bradley Named to Activate Networks' Board of Directors
Bradley brings wealth of knowledge and experience to leading network analytics company
Market Watch
Kearney graduate is Rhodes scholar
Kansas City Star
Stanford Announces Commencement Speakers
Alum Cory Booker, Mayor of Newark, N.J. will address graduates June 17
Palo Alto Online News
Students and faculty rack up awards in 2011
MIT, as always, was a sci & tech powerhouse
Austin Hess
The Tech Online Ed.
Savannah Book Fest Q&A: Karl Marlantes
Savannah Morning News
APS Honoree Brandon Turned Named Rhodes Scholar
Bushraa Khatib
APS Physics
Kelsey Murrell says she couldn't have done it without the Honors Program

Steelers Sign Rhodes Scholar Myron Rolle to Futures Contract
Neal Coolong
Behind The Steel Curtain
Profile of Michelle Gavin, U.S. Ambassador to Botswana
Matt Bewig
All Gov
How Abstract Expressionism makes for great basketball
Ryan Sachetta
San Antonio Current
New York Times Interview with Ambassador Mike McFaul
New U.S. Envoy Steps Into Glare of a Russia Eager to Find Fault
Ellen Barry
The New York Times
Kristofferson does Dylan Tribute
Darryl Sterdan
Toronto Sun
Algonquin late bloomber now a Rhodes Scholar
Kimberly Pohl and Elena Ferrarin
Daily Herald
Stephen Smith Co-Authored Book Awarded 2012 Steel Prize
Co-Author Stephen Smith
Powers in Numbers (Eric Lander)
Profiles in Science: Eric Lander
Gina Kolata
New York Times
Brown: Record-high 4 students land Rhodes
Joseph Rosales
The Brown Daily Herald
Province’s next Rhodes Scholar named
The Telegram
Stephanie Bryson, California Rhodes Scholar
From Near-Dropout to Rhodes Scholar
Carla Rivera
Los Angeles
Los Angeles Times
Tibetan Student Named a Rhodes Scholar
Voice of America
Two Inland Northwest students chosen as Rhodes Scholars
The Spokesman-Review
Two UW students named Rhodes scholars
Two University of Washington students, Byron Gray and Cameron Turtle, have been named Rhodes scholars for 2012.
Seattle Times staff
Seattle, WA
Seattle Times
13 with ties to N.E. selected as Rhodes Scholars
Meghan E. Irons
Boston, MA
The Boston Globe
Amherst resident David Poritz among 32 students nationwide to earn Rhodes scholarships
Brian Steele
The Republican
Atlanta student among 32 U.S. Rhodes Scholars for 2012
Carla Caldwell
ATlanda, GA
Atlanta Business Chronicle
Five from Stanford named Rhodes Scholars
Palo Alto, CA
Stanford Report
For Rhodes scholars, the world beckons
2 Oxford-bound locals among 32 receiving prestigious fellowships
Erin Meyer
Chicago, IL
Chicago Tribune
Four seniors named Rhodes Scholars
Harvard students among 32 chosen nationwide to attend Oxford
Cambridge, MA
Harvard Gazette
GU Students Win Rhodes, Marshall Scholarships
Mariah Byrne
Washington, D.C.
The Hoya
Houstonian earns Rhodes scholarship
Zain Shauk
Houston, TX
Houston Chronicle
Lugar stays the course against era's headwinds
Keith Benman
Northwest Indiana Times
Meet the Indian students who bagged the Rhodes scholarship
Arthur Pais
New Rhodes Scholar raised in Lemont
Mary Houlihan and Michael Lansu
The Herald News
Nina R. W. Cohen ’12 Named a 2012 Rhodes Scholar
Bryn Mawr Now
Northwestern alumna Sarah Smierciak receives 2012 Rhodes Scholarship
Chris Meyer
The Daily Northwestern
One Missourian, Two Illinoisans Among Rhodes Scholars
Associated Press
CBS St. Louis
Pitt's newest Rhodes Scholar to focus on public health
Kari Andren
Pittsburgh Live
Rhodes Scholarships Go to 5 at Stanford, Most Ever for School
Oliver Staley
Bloomberg BusinessWeek
Southern California women among Rhodes Scholars
Los Angeles, CA
The Sacramento Bee
Tibetan student wins Rhodes Scholarship
Tendar Tsering
Dharmshala, India
U of M's Mark Hearson Rhodes Scholar recipient
Staff Writer
Winnipeg Free Press
West Lafayette grad lands Rhodes scholarship
Mikel Livingston
West Lafayette, Indiana
Journal 'Courier
‘Sleeper’ pick for Rhodes Scholar
Woody and Mia’s boy genius Oxford-bound
Tim Perone
New York Post
2 New Hampshire women selected as Rhodes Scholars
Associated Press
2 with Wisconsin ties named as Rhodes Scholars
The Associated Press
Chicago Tribune
2012 Rhodes Scholars Include 32 U.S. Students
Associated Press
Fox News
3 In Pennsylvania Selected As Rhodes Scholars
CBS Philly
3 with NY ties are named as Rhodes Scholars
Associated Press
Wall Street Journal
4 Princeton U. Students Named Rhodes Scholars
Associated Press
Princeton, NJ
ABC News
Algonquin, Lemont women named as Rhodes Scholars
Paul Biasco
Daily Herald
CSULB alumna is Rhodes Scholar
Jackeline Luna
Daily 49er
Florence native named Rhodes Scholar
Bernie Delinski
Times Daily
Lexingtonian Victor Yang named Rhodes Scholar
Murrell named Rhodes Scholar
Ian Cummings
The University Daily Kansan
Paw Paw resident feels 'sheer excitement and overpowering joy' after receiving Rhodes Scholarship
Brad Devereaux
The Kalamazoo Gazette
SC student studying at Stanford is Rhodes Scholar
The Associated Press
Columbia, SC
Mercury News
Torrey Pines High grad named Rhodes Scholar
Jen Lebron Kuhney
Carmel Valley, CA
Sign On San Diego
Turner named Rhodes Scholar
Cheryl Walker
Wake Forest University News
Two Elis earn Rhodes
Andrew Giambrone
New Haven, CT
Yale Daily News
Two Southern California women named Rhodes Scholars
Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Times
UAB Grad Named Rhodes Scholar
Birmingham, Alabama
UW senior named Rhodes Scholar
Selby Rodriguez
Madison, WI
The Badger Herald
Wake Forest student earns Rhodes Scholarship
The Associated Press
Silicon Valley Mercury News
Woody Allen's son named Rhodes Scholar
John Bacon
USA Today
Kansas University student named Rhodes scholar
Aaron Couch
Rhodes Scholar-Elect, Class of 2012 Announced
Elliot Gerson, American Secretary
Press Release
Swapping gems for cash
What next for South Africa’s foremost mining family?
The Economist
Eric Greitens says vets can be the next 'greatest generation'
Mary Delach Leonard
St. Louis, MO
St. Louis Beacon
South Bend Elects 29 year old Buttigieg
Mark Peterson
South Bend, Indiana
Booker, Pawlenty to Keynote Gridiron Dinner
Betsy Rothstein
Fishbowl DC
For Injured Veterans, Healing in Service to Others
James Dao
New York Times
How Rachel Maddow Makes Queer History
Amy Borsuk
Ms. (blog)
La. Gov. Bobby Jindal wins re-election
Associated Press
Baton Rouge
USA Today
Former UVA President, First Amendment Advocate Bob O'Neil Retires
Sandy Hausman
Virginia Public Radio
Man with local ties tapped for top federal job
Luci Weldon
The Warren Record
Gerson Responds to James Atlas' Super People Theory
Letter to the Editor of the New York Times
The New York Times
Jamie Wall to run for 8th Congressional District
Green Bay, WI
News Talk, 1360 AM, 97.5. PM
Rachel Maddow: How This Wonky-Tonk Woman Won TV
Marisa Guthrie
The Hollywood Reporter

MSNBC's primetime superstar delivers news with agenda, but not hysteria, as her style of civil political discussion reveals a turning tide (even Roger Ailes says Fox News has gone too far) that may help stem cable's ratings erosion in an increasingly unpleasant political environment.

Rhodes Scholars Discuss Solutions to National Problems
Ron Bancroft
Portland Press Herald
Rhodes Women: Shifting the Power of Balance
Alice Buttrick
Huff Post: Women
Gen. Mark Martins: The General Who Would Try KSM
This Army lawyer tried to bring a justice system to Afghanistan. Next assignment: chief prosecutor at Guantanamo.
Matthew Kaminski
Wall Street Journal
Super People
James Atlas
New York Times
Norwalk Hospital Appoints Reverend Debra Slade, BCC New Director of Spiritual Care
Norwalk, CT
The Consequences of Combat
Alex Aslock
90.9 WBUR Here & Now
Best-selling Author, Wes Moore To Speak at Starr Commonwealth's Founder's Day in Albion
Tarryl Jackson | Jackson Citizen Patriot
World Renowned Physicist, Brian Greene, to Speak at SBU
Michael McFaul Nominated for Russian Ambassadorship
Ellora Israni
The Stanford Daily
MIT Announces Professor Gilbert Strang as First MathWorks Professor of Mathematics
Endowment underscores value commercial industry places on science, technology, engineering and mathematics education
Philosophy Powerhouse Jeff McMahan to Kick Off Philosophy Today Series
Matt Mecoli
The Crimson White
Obama to nominate Pilot's publisher for HUD post
Josh Brown
The Virginian-Pilot,
Peter Hessler Awarded MacArthur Genius Grant

3 Juggernauts in Army Ground Attack
ESPN Highlights US Army's Heisman Trophy Winners
Kieran Darcy
ESPN New York
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal to Join FRC Action's Values Voter Summit
Alumnus Albert Cho Appointed White House Fellow
Bestselling Author Wes Moore to Speak at Berry College
Marc Tessier-Lavigne, Ph.D., President of The Rockefeller University, Joins Agios Board of Directors
Former Genentech Chief Scientific Officer Deepens Board's Scientific Expertise and Therapeutic Knowledge
Cambridge, Mass.
Eric Greitens, CEO of The Mission Continues, Will Speak at a Program Held at Montclair State University
Obama Nominates Brad Carson for Army Counsel Position
Dr. Knute Buehler, Orthopedic Surgeon, Seeking the 2012 GOP Nomination for Secretary of State in Oregon

Gates Foundation Names Dr. Trevor Mundel to Lead Global Health Program
Dr. Knute Buehler Seeks to Become Oregon's Secretary of State
Bend Surgeon, Dr. Knute Buehler, Off to Strong Fundraising Start
Nigel Jaquiss
Eric Garcetti Joins Race for Mayor of L.A.
Los Angeles
Fox News Latino,
Children's Author T.A. Barron to Appear at Book Festival

Elizabeth McNally & Wes Moore: The New Greatest Generation
Joe Klein
Time Magazine
Karl Marlante's "What It Is to Go to War" To Be Released
Carol Memmott
USA Today
FSU Rhodes Scholar Johnson Develops Text Messaging Business
Doug Blackburn
Tallahassee Democrat
Barbados Picks Marston C. D. Gibson as Chief Justice
Andrew Keshner
New York Law Journal
Lt. Gen. David Fadok: New Air University Commander
Mary Cell
Montgomery Advertiser
Anna Alekseyeva To Study at Oxford on Rhodes Scholarship
Russian Jewish Immigrant to St. Louis Wins Scholarship
Lena Fish
St. Louis Jewish Light
Catherine Sandoval: AT&T Takeover Bid for T-Mobile Faces Review
Olga Kharif
Illinois Governor Selects Erica Borggren as Director of Veterans' Affairs
Quinn selects former Petraeus aide to head Veterans’ Affairs
Associated Press
The Chicago Sun-Times
Quinn picks Erica Borggren, ex-Petraeus aide, for veterans agency
Christopher Wills
Springfield, IL
Chicago Tribune
Goodwin Liu Nominated to California Supreme Court
Governor Jerry Brown Nominates U.C. Berkeley Law Professor
Maura Dolan
The Los Angeles Times
Gina Raimondo: Head of Rhode Island's Fund Aims to Win Workers' Support
Softer Approach on Pension Problems
Michael Corkery
Providence, RI
Wall Street Journal
Myron Rolle, Rhodes Scholar, Titans Safety Keeping Busy
Dave Scheiber
Fox Sports Florida
Ralph H. Smith II: Q & A with the General Counsel of the University of Alabama System
Rob Kelly
Capital Thinking Magazine
Ben W. Heineman Jr. On Corruption in China
In China, Corruption and Unrest Threaten Autocratic Rule
Ben W. Heineman Jr.
The Atlantic
Jeff Shesol Asks, "Should Justices Keep Their Opinions to Themselves?"
Shesol Publishes New York Times OpEd
Jeff Shesol
The New York Times
Cannes Gives Top Prize to Terrence Malick's ‘The Tree of Life’
Manohla Dargis
The New York Times
Stewart Patrick on "Failed States" in Foreign Policy Magazine

Eboo Patel: An Effort to Foster Tolerance in Religion
Laurie Goodstein
The New York Times
For Eric Greitens, A Navy SEAL, Balance Between 'Heart' And 'Fist'
NPR, Weekend Edition Saturday
Cho named "First Mover"
Aspen Institute Press Release
Rhodes Scholars Celebrate 50 Years of Eastman House

The Association of American Rhodes Scholars, together with the Warden of Rhodes House, celebrated 50 Years of Eastman House on June 5, 2011.

Ben Jealous, CEO of NAACP, Op Ed on Education and Equality
Why the NAACP is Suing New York
The Washington Post
Maura Abeln Smith Named General Counsel of PepsiCo
Smith to Serve as Vice President of Government Affairs, General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary at PepsiCo
Brian Zabcik
Why are diplomats free to abuse in America?
Martina E. Vandenberg,
The Washington Post
Governor Deval Patrick Appoints Dr. Julian Harris as Director of the Office of Medicaid
State of Massachusetts Press Release
Stephen Ferruolo Named Dean of University of San Diego Law School
Pat Flynn
San Diego Union-Tribune
Obama Chooses Mike McFaul for Moscow Envoy Role
Isabel Gorst
Parker Goyer, Rhodes Scholar, Expands Overseas Teaching Program for College Athletes
Brad Wolverton
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Commencement 2011/Reunion 1961
David H. Souter, Supreme Court Justice
Caroline M. McKay
Harvard Crimson
James Collins: A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down
Bioengineer James Collins has discovered that taking antibiotics with sugar may increase their power to tackle persistent infections
Ian Tucker
Charles Bell, 1916-2010: Scholar known for shows on 'symbolic history'
Tom Sharpe
The New Mexican
Democrats Push to Confirm Appeals Court Nominee Goodwin Liu
Legal Times
Bill Clinton was a ridiculously good networker at age 22
Aimee Groth
Business Insider, KPMG
Musician at Y’s Men
Nick DiBerardino, classical musician, will address the Westport/Weston Y’s Men
Minutemen News Center
Bowling for Hispanic Voters: Juan Sepulveda (Kansas & Queens '85)
Fawn Johnson
Washington, D.C.
National Journal Daily
Confirmation Hearing Held for Virginia Seitz as Assistant Attorney General
Seitz Nominated to Lead Office of Legal Counsel
The factors behind Buttigieg's big win
Jack Colwell
South Bend Tribune
Kris Kristofferson reflects on a remarkable career
Wade Tatangelo
Columbus, IN
The Republic
Black Rhodes Scholars want to help students excel
Florida Courier
Dick Lugar (Indiana & Pembroke '54), at 79, competes in Washington footrace for 30th year
The Reliable Source
Washington, D.C.
The Washington Post
Decisive Victory for Buttigieg (Indiana & Pembroke '05) in South Bend
Brian Howey
South Bend, Indiana
Howey Politics Indiana
Cristina Bejan Directs Romanian Play, "Zalmoxis - A Pagan Mystery"
Performances at Georgetown University and Romanian Embassy
Book Smart: Ken Brecher
LA Times
Cory Booker Named as one of Time Magazine's Most Influential People
Oprah Winfrey Calls Booker "A Genius"
Time Magazine
Laura Nelson Wins Ernest H. Ern Distinguished Student Award
UVA Today
Siddhartha Mukherjee Wins Pulitzer
Pulitzer for book with cancer as protagonist
Pune Mirror
Eric Greitens Publishes New Book, "The Heart and the Fist"
Magdalen College wins University Challenge for Fourth Time
Rhodes Scholar Kyle Haddad-Fonda One of Four Team Members
University of Oxford Alumni News
Lissa Muscatine Becomes Proud Co-Owner of Independent Bookstore
"Why We Bought Politics & Prose"
Lissa Muscatine and Bradley Graham
The Washington Post
140 Best Twitter Feeds
Jonah Lehrer has 12K followers on Twitter
Meredith Melnick
TIME, Health and Science Online
Meet the Candidates: Pete Buttigieg
Rich Molina
South Bend, IN

Five weeks remain before the Democratic primary, when voters will decide which of the four candidates they want to take on the Republican challenger in the election for South Bend’s mayor.

William Cronon on "Wisconsin's Radical Break"
New York Times Op Ed Analyzes Public Employee Unions in Wisconsin
William Cronin
The New York Times
An American's Unique Link to German History
Thomas L. Hughes' Treasure Trove of German-American History
Al Eisele
Huffington Post
Paul Blustein Explains "Why I'm Not Fleeing Japan"
OpEd by Paul Blustein (Merton, '73) on Surviving the Quake and Staying in Japan
Paul Blustein
The Washington Post
World Conference Keynoter Jonah Lehrer on How Humans Make Decisions
Shel Holtz
Rep. Himes serves apple pie to celebrate Pi
Christina Wilkie
The Washington Scene
Obama Intends to Name Howard to National Security Education Program
Hampden-Sydney College
At least seven candidates consider a run for Los Angeles mayor in 2013
Council President Eric Garcetti, a Rhodes scholar who considered a career as a composer, is thinking about it
Maeve Reston
Los Angeles Times
Goodwin Liu Endorsed by The Washington Post
Liu Renominated to the Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit and Faces Senate Confirmation Battle
The Washington Post
A University of Virginia student has a bright idea: 'Flash seminars'
Daniel de Vise
The Washington Post
14 African American Game Changers That Started as Rhodes Scholars
Tarice L.S. Gray
The Atlanta Post
Daniel Esty - Yale Professor, Rhodes Scholar - Picked To Head Gov. Malloy's Proposed New Energy Department
Christopher Keating
Hartford, CT
Chris Hendrickson Elected to the National Academy of Engineering
Randy Atkins
Washington, D.C.
NAE Press Release
Two UD students to receive Newark's Jefferson Awards
Rhodes Women Prominent in U.S. Public Appointments

The Approval Matrix TV Show Moves Forward With a New Host
New York Magazine
Glenn A. Fine Steps Down as DOJ Inspector General
New York Times Editorial Praises Fine's Tenure as IG
The New York Times
TheGrio's 100: Myron Rolle, Rhodes Scholar footballer with a heart

Jay Carney Picked as New White House Press Secretary, DeParle and Mastromonaco as Deputy Chiefs of Staff
Jake Tapper
ABC News
Gov. Brown names Campbell woman to PUC
Silicon Valley Business Journal
Lewis & Clark Congratulates a Rhodes Scholar
Ellisa Valo
Lewis & Clark: The Chronicle Magazine
Q&A with the other Wes Moore: Why him and not me?
Oregon Live
Biden's new chief of staff has Idaho roots
Erika Bolstad
McClatchy Newspapers
Obama Picks New Nominee For Legal Counsel's Office
Carrie Johnson
All Things Considered, NPR
President Obama Nominates Virginia A. Seitz as Director of OLC
The White House
Student from Westwood wins prestigious Rhodes Scholarship
Diane Parazin
Richard W. Tsien to be Inaugural Director of New Neuroscience Institute

A Sun City Scholar
Matt Rivers
Highly educated Marine values role on front line
Jon Rabiroff
Stars and Stripes
Rhodes Scholarship winners take path less traveled
Pat Flynn
Sign On San Diego
Senate Hearings for US Ambassador for UN Management and Reform
Mark Leon Goldberg
UN Dispatch
White ‘90 discusses his activist tendencies and many careers
Lily Jamaludin
Scarlet & Black
Difficult journey ends with a Rhodes Scholarship
Peter N. Spencer
Lanham becomes Rhodes Scholar
Linda Hall
The Daily Record
Student from Miami lands Rhodes Scholarship
Charles Rabin
Miami Herald
Disney Names Ben Sherwood to Be President of ABC News
Stanford: Seniors, recent grads named Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell scholars
The Stanford Daily
Carmel Valley native named Rhodes Scholar
Del Mar, CA
Carmel Valley News
Erica Borggren, (Brasenose College 2002), Writes about Finding Her Own Style of Leadership in the Army for the Rhodes Project

Harvard's Zavala Goes From Walk-On to Rhodes Scholar
Kate Leist
Cambridge, MA
The Harvard Crimson
New Rhodes Scholar has Putnam ties
Morris News Service
The St. Augustine Record
Senator Lugar Charts His Course Against the Winds
Jennifer Steinhauer
Washington, D.C.
New York Times
Another Rhodes scholarship for Otago
John Gibb
New Zealand
Otago Daily Times
For Haverford, 2 National Cross-Country Titles and a Rhodes Scholarship
Lynn Zinser
New York Times
Lord Waldegrave to retire as Chairman of the Rhodes Trust
Call for nominations
Oxford, UK
Rhodes House
The 9 Rhodes Scholars Who Played College Sports
Dashiell Bennett
Business Insider
University of Oklahoma has its 28th Rhodes Scholar
James Tyree
Norman, OK
The Oklahoman
Sioux Falls students named Rhodes Scholars
Souix Falls, SD
University of Delaware student awarded Rhodes scholarship
Neuroscience major to study public health
Wade Malcom
The News Journal
University of Iowa senior named Rhodes Scholar
Rob Daniel
Iowa City
Iowa City Press-Citizen
‘Very few Tracys out there,’ teacher says of Rhodes Scholarship winner
Joe Kovac Jr.
2011 Rhodes Scholars Announced
The Huffington Post
3 seniors at Harvard, one at MIT snare Rhodes scholarships
Emma R. Stickgold
Boston, MA
4 Indian Americans named Rhodes Scholars
Indo-Asian News Service
Hindustan Times
7 with ties to Massachusetts named Rhodes scholars
Associated Press
Boston, MA
Boston Herald
Honolulu woman named Rhodes Scholar for 2011
Associated Press
KPUA Hawaii News
IU Senior Esther Uduehi named 2011 Rhodes Scholar
IDS Reports
Bloomington, IN
Indiana Daily Student
IU student Esther Uduehi named Rhodes Scholar
Bloomington, IN
IU News Room
Lewis & Clark College graduate is named Rhodes Scholar
Bill Graves
The Oregonian
Lugar congratulates Evansville Rhodes Scholar
Press Release
Washington, D.C.
Office of Senator Dick Lugar (Indiana & Pembroke)
MSU's Hansen plans to use Rhodes Scholarship to study water policy in the world's neediest areas
Carol Schmidt
MSU News Service
Princeton: DiBerardino ’11, Jia ’10 win Rhodes
Luc Cohen
Princeton, NJ
The Daily Princetonian
Senior in B.A.–M.D. Program Is Named a 2011 Rhodes Scholar
Brooklyn College News Service
Student from Monte Sereno one of three from Stanford named Rhodes Scholars
Joe Rodriguez
UCI alumna named 2011 Rhodes Scholar
Claudia Koerner
Orange County Register
UNC Rhodes Scholar
David Perlmutt
Charolette Observer
UNC: Two seniors win Rhodes Scholarships
Andy Thomason
The Daily Tar Heel
University of Georgia: Senior a Rhodes Scholar
Lee Shearer
Athens Banner-Herald
University of Virginia: College student receives 2010 Rhodes Scholarship
Bethel Habte
The Cavalier Daily
Wash U: 2010 alum named Rhodes Scholar
Priya Sury will study medical anthropology at Oxford
Kate Gaetner
St. Louis, MO
Student Life
2 SD County students named Rhodes Scholars
Associated Press
San Diego, CA
Dartmouth Graduate Wins Rhodes Scholarship
Latarsha Gatlin
Dartmouth Now
Duke Senior Receives Rhodes Scholarship
Durham, NC
Office of News & Communications
Four from Harvard are among winners bound for Oxford
Cambridge, MA
Harvard Gazette
Philly: Five area students named Rhodes scholars
Kristen Graham
Philadelphia, PA
Rice senior a Rhodes Scholar
Her sights are set on defeating tuberculosis, a killer of millions
Sarah Raslan
Houston Chronicle
Westport’s Nick DiBerardino Named Rhodes Scholar
Westport Now
2011 Rhodes Scholars Announced
Press Release from the American Secretary and Rhodes House
Harvard walk-on walks off field to find out he's been selected as Rhodes Scholar
Associated Press
Cambridge, MA
Los Angeles Times
Eighth straight Rhodes scholar for Campion (Jamaica)
Luke Douglas
Jamaica Observer
Uganda Seen as a Front Line in the Bioterrorism Fight
Josh Kron
Entebbe, Uganda
New York Times
First-time candidate Raimondo cruises
Paul Edward Parker
Providence, Rhode Island
The Providence Journal
Ex-Arizona swimmer honored as NCAA Woman of the Year
Chris Nelsen
Indianapolis, Indiana
Indy Star
Russell, Kentucky woman and UofL graduate returns as Rhodes Scholar
Russell, KY
Courier-Journal, Louisville
National Journal Interviews Ashton Carter, Undersecretary for Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics
Pentagon's Top Arms Buyer on Cutting Back
Yochi J. Dreazen
The National Journal
Jared Cohen Featured in Foreign Policy
Cohen to Leave Department of State to Join Google
Christina Larson
Foreign Policy
Rachel Walshe Takes Reins at Perishable Theater in Rhode Island
Walshe Plans a Season of Women's Play
The Providence Journal
Iraq Conflict Leaves Officers Weary and Humbled
Featuring Walt Cooper (Indiana & St. Anne's '99)
Greg Jaffe
West Point, New York
The Washington Post
Rhodes Community Mourns David Alexander
Rhodes House
Christian Campbell's "Running the Dusk" Shortlisted for Prize
Forward poetry prize avoids Nobel laureate clash
Alison Flood
London, UK
Pat Haden To Become New USC Athletic Director
Kurt Helin
NBC Los Angeles
A Combat Survivor Turns Life-Rebuilder
Oxford, UK
Oxford Today
Donation to Santa Clara University Honors Arthur Hull Hayes, Jr.
Santa Clara University receives $1 million donation from Rhodes scholar's family
Sal Pizarro
San Jose Mercury News
Daniel Altschuler Op Ed Asks, "Is Israel Isolating Itself?"
Daniel Altschuler and Frederik Meiton
CNN Opinion
College academic all-star runners up include Rhodes Scholar, volunteers, inventors
USA Today
Two Men and Two Paths
Nicholas Kristof
The New York Times
Nick Allard Named as Legal Visionary
Allard Calls for the Lobbying Profession to do More Pro Bono Word
Carrie Levine
The National Law Journal
Halter, Lincoln start closing arguments in new ads
Andre DeMillo
Little Rock, Arkansas
Associated Press
McKelvey Named Distinguished Friend of Oxford
Sea Girt, New Jersey
The Coast Star
San Bernardino Medical Society to honor Javed Siddiqi
Redlands Daily Facts
Governor Bobby Jindal Making Political Gains
BP Oil Spill Places Governor on National Stage
Josh Wingrove
The Globe and Mail
Wes Moore Appears on Oprah to Discuss New Book
Publishes "The Other Wes Moore"
Myron Rolle's Long 'Rhodes' to the NFL
Jordan Schultz
New York
NFL Fanhouse

Myron, is Myron Rolle, the former All-American safety at Florida State, turned Rhodes Scholar, turned future NFL defensive back.

Rhodes Scholar Myron Rolle fights too-smart-for-NFL stigma
Skip Wood
Lake Buena Vista, Florida
USA Today

It's about a half-hour until an NFL scout arrives to put him through a brief workout, so Myron Rolle kills the time by walking alone on an athletic field here at Disney World's sports complex.

Stephen Wilson Lecture at the University of South Dakota
Vermillion, South Dakota
Souix City Journal
Pete Buttigieg Seeks Democratic Nomination for Indiana State Treasurer
Associated Press
Herald Argus
'Matterhorn' author never gave up on Vietnam story
Bob Minzesheimer
USA Today
Bruce Reed Tapped as Head of Deficit Panel
Jackie Calmes
The Caucus
The New York Times
Karl Marlantes Publishes "Matterhorn"
Novel Was 33 Years in the Making
Mary Ann Gwinn
The Seattle Times
Stark Selected for Delaware's U.S. District Court
Obama Nominates Magistrate Judge to Fill Vacant Position
Esteban Parra
Delaware On Line
Nine Awarded Soros New American Fellowships for 2010
Richard Springer
San Leandro India West

Rhodes Scholar Deep Shah, a first-year student at the Harvard Medical School, did research with monkeys on Parkinson's disease.

Lt. Gov. Bill Halter Announces Senate Run
Little Rock, Arkansas
Press Release
Profile of Myron Rolle
ESPN Covers a Week with Rolle at Oxford
A combine for...Rhodes Scholars?
Tom Robinson
President Obama Nominates Goodwin Liu to 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
U.C. Berkeley Professor's Nomination Welcomed
Rachel Maddow Sharpens Focus on "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"
The Washington Post
Tucker Murphy competes in 2010 Winter Olympics
Carries flag of Bermuda in the opening ceremonies
Vancouver, Canada
Michael Hoffman Releases New Film, "The Last Station"
Film Portrays Tolstoy's Marriage
Dana Oland
The Idaho Statesman
Professor Rex Nettleford, Rhodes Scholar extraordinaire
Peter Goldson
Jamaica, W.I.
The Gleaner

Truly, he was a Rhodes Scholar extraordinaire, embodying and exemplifying to the highest degree the standards by which Rhodes Scholars were to be judged.

Rhodes Scholar leaves books for shoulder pads
John Zenor
Mobile, AL
Associated Press

Myron Rolle has a pretty impressive Plan B if football doesn’t work out.

Rev. Brad Braxton Speaks at Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration
Roanoke, VA Native Returns as Keynote Speaker
The Roanoke Times
Department of Justice IG Glenn Fine Reports Threats to Judges on the Rise
AP Reports on IG Fine's Findings
The Associated Press
Focus | From Queen City to Oxford
Staunton native named Rhodes Scholar

Many, one would assume, do it for the prestige. Tyler Spencer applied for a Rhodes Scholarship as a matter of practicality.

Rhodes Project Update

Poet Scott Bear Don’t Walk, who shares his story of deciding, ultimately, to leave Oxford and the Scholarship behind.

Can Scholars Make Dollars in the NFL?
Lee Hawkins
Oxford, England
Wall Street Journal

Myron Rolle put off an NFL career to spend a year as a Rhodes scholar. But his year at Oxford University is doubling as a one-man marketing experiment – can his career as a pitchman start a year before his career as a player?

Mount Allison's Academic Legacy Continues
Hanne Armstrong
New Brunswick's Urban Voice

"It's starting to become real," says Mount Allison University's latest Rhodes Scholar Susan Humphrey. "I'm really honoured and overwhelmed, but excited at...

The Other Wes Moore: The Story of One Name and Two Fates
Barbara Hoffert
Library Journal

Rhodes scholar. Army captain. White House Fellow. One of Crain's “Top Young Business Leaders.” And one of People's “Most Eligible Bachelors.

Army Officer Who Graduated from Harvard Talks to All Saints' Students
Mycah Pleasant
The Ledger

ROXANNE BRAS, of the US Army Corps of Engineers, who is a Rhodes Scholar and Harvard graduate, talks to 35 girls who are students at All Saints' Academy on ...

IU's Mutembwa Selected 2010 Rhodes Scholar
Bloomington, Indiana
Indiana University

Indiana University senior Mutsa Mutembwa has been named a 2010 Rhodes Scholar to represent her native Zimbabwe.

J. Burke Knapp of Portola Valley, Former World Bank Executive, Dies
The Almanac Online

He was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University from 1933 to 1936. After four years of apprenticeship in London in international banking, he returned to the ...

Mutembwa Selected as a 2010 Rhodes Scholar
Bloomington, Indiana
Indiana University Press Release
Rhodes Scholar Jordan Anderson Credits Others For Helping Him Attain Prestigious Honor
Evan Woodbery
Press-Register - (blog)

We talked to Auburn Rhodes Scholar Jordan Anderson during Iron Bowl week, so it was an understandably difficult time to squeeze a feature ...

Penn Grad Sarah-Jane Littleford Named Rhodes Scholar

Sarah-Jane Littleford, a 2009 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, has been awarded a Rhodes Scholarship for study at Oxford ...

Helping Kenya's Children: Two Rhodes Scholars Fight the World's Fight
A learning center is helping to get children off the streets and on to better lives.
Philadelphia Inquirer

Janelle Larson and Paul Maina King'uru have teamed up to support Children and Youth Empowerment Centre in Nyeri, Kenya.

George Stephanopoulos to Host Good Morning America
Los Angeles Times
Stephanopoulos Joins ABC's Morning Crew
Matea Gold
Los Angeles Times

It's an unexpected trajectory for a Rhodes scholar who studied political theology at Oxford -- one that even he says he couldn't have predicted.

Oxford and Tradition Take on a New Meaning
Joshua Robinson
New York Times

One American Hill has failed to recruit is Myron Rolle, the former Florida State safety who is studying at Oxford as a Rhodes scholar.

The Rhodes Project Update

The Rhodes Project – the first study of Rhodes Scholar women, their lives, challenges, and successes - presents two new articles.

Naperville Man: Rhodes Scholarship End of 'Long Road'
Elisabeth Mistretta
Chicago Daily Herald

Through a haze of sleep, Shih learned he was one of 30 American students selected this fall as a 2010 Rhodes scholar. "When I really woke up, I asked my dad ...

Former GHHS Student Earns Rhodes Scholarship
Betterbed second PSD graduate to receive honor in as many years

A local US Military Academy cadet can now add Rhodes Scholar to her ever-growing resume. Elizabeth Betterbed, a Gig Harbor High School graduate from Fox ...

Young Volunteer Named wa's Rhodes Scholar
Yasmine Phillips

A YOUNG volunteer who has taught Aboriginal children and helped find emergency accommodation for refugees has been named wa's second Rhodes Scholar this ...

College Rhodes Scholar to Study Migration, Refugees
Amelia Possanza
Swarthmore College The Phoenix Online

Mark Dlugash '08 was recently named a Rhodes Scholar. Thirty-two Americans were awarded the scholarship for two years of study at the ...

Maya Moore Considering A Pursuit Of Rhodes Scholarship
John Altavilla
Hartford Courant

Established in 1902, the Rhodes Scholarship is awarded yearly to 32 university and college scholars from 16 districts in the nation.

Mount A Student Awarded Rhodes Scholarship
Yvon Gauvin
Times and Transcript

The other Rhodes Scholar is Rosanne Nicol of Hamilton, Ont., currently studying at Halifax's King's College. Susan becomes the 48th student at Mount Allison ...

On Encouraging Rhodes Scholars
Jeff Miller, Guest Contributor
The Daily Princetonian

In a recent article in The Daily Princetonian concerning the fact that Princeton has not produced as many Rhodes Scholars in the 2000s as have a few other ...

Student Named Rhodes Scholar
Elizabeth Koch
Truman Index

Senior Andrew McCall became the first Truman student to be named a Rhodes scholar on Nov 23. He was one of 32 national recipients.

Pitt Alumna Eleanor Ott Wins 2010 Rhodes Scholarship
Marissa Meredyth
University of Pittsburgh The Pitt News

Ott, who graduated from Pitt in April, was one of 12 people in the region and 216 in the country who was interviewed for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship.

Rhodes Scholar Sees Human Face of Poverty in India
Cynthia Lee
UC Los Angeles

Elizaveta Fouksman, ucla's 12th Rhodes Scholar, will enter Oxford University next October to pursue graduate studies in global development.

Newark Woman Wins Rhodes Scholarship
Ira Porter
The News Journal

My husband said, 'She's a Rhodes Scholar.' I had to pull over." "She has a good heart," she said of her daughter. "I think that's what I like best about her ...

Grassroot Hoyas Founder Tyler Spencer (GRD '09) Named Rhodes Scholar
The Georgetown Voice

Tyler Spencer (GRD `09), a 23-year-old, recent alum of Georgetown's graduate school, was awarded a 2009 Rhodes Scholarship along with 31 other American ...

My Sportsman: Myron Rolle
Richard Deitsch

As a Rhodes Scholar, Rolle earned arguably the most prestigious postgraduate academic scholarship in the world, joining the likes of famous alumni such as ...

New Rhodes Scholar Has History of Achievement
Iricka Berlinger

... double majoring in brain and cognitive sciences and literature; future neurologist working to understand Alzheimer's disease; and now, a Rhodes Scholar, ...

Rhodes Scholar Shines Over Whole Community
Staunton News Leader

Spencer was named a Rhodes Scholar on Sunday. It is one of the highest academic honors in the world. The scholarships were created in the will of Cecil ...

Stanford Senior Daniel Shih Selected as Rhodes Scholar
Chris Kenrick
Palo Alto Online

"I risked being the aberration," said Shih, a Stanford senior who this week was selected as a Rhodes Scholar. He will study in England next fall at Oxford ...

U of L Grad Preparing For Rhodes Scholarship
Rick Howlett

University of Louisville graduate Monica Marks is preparing for a move to England next year, where she'll enroll at Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar.

Couple Selected as Rhodes Scholars
Adam Yosim
ABC News

Henry Spelman and Libby Longino are both heading to Oxford next year, joining 30 other students from the US who were selected as Rhodes Scholars.

Local Student Named Rhodes Scholar
Heather Kays
Staunton News Leader

Bringman said she feels it is these qualities that led him to being named a Rhodes Scholar on Sunday, a scholarship that will allow him to travel to Oxford ...

Two Rhodes Scholars Have Midwest Ties
Kansas City Star

A Lawrence woman who attends the University of Pittsburgh has been selected as a 2010 Rhodes scholar. A Truman State University student from St. Louis also ...

Rhodes Recipients Named
Five Harvard undergrads selected for the prestigious Rhodes scholarship
Matt E. Sachs
Cambridge, MA
The Harvard Crimson
Rhodes scholars include 2 Chicago-area residents, U. of C. grad
Daniel Shih, Russell Perkins and Stephanie Bell are heading for Oxford next year
Noreen S Ahmedullah
Chicago, IL
Chicago Tribune
Steven Mo of Pearland Has Been Named a 2010 Rhodes Scholar
Paige Hewitt
Houston Chronicle

Mo, a 21-year-old student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is one of two Texans and 32 scholars nationally to earn the prestigious academic honors.

Swarthmore native, his girlfriend among 32 Rhodes scholars
Jan Hefler
Philadelphia Inquirer
32 Americans Are Named Rhodes Scholars for 2010
Charles Huckabee
The Chronicle of Higher Education
City Gal Named a Rhodes Scholar
Tim Perone
New York Post

A West Point student from Manhattan is among the winners of this year's Rhodes Scholarships, it was announced this morning.

Harvard, MIT, West Point, Yale Lead US Rhodes Scholar Tally
Matthew Campbell and Dan Hart

The Rhodes Scholarship is given in 15 international jurisdictions for study at the University of Oxford in the UK, and can be worth as much as $175000 ...

Marietta woman named Rhodes Scholar
Megan Matteucci
Cobb County, GA
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Montclair's Zohar Atkins is Rhodes Scholar
The Associated Press
Montclair, NJ
Pitt Student Named 2010 Rhodes Scholar
Karen Kane
Pittsburgh Post Gazette

University of Pittsburgh student Eleanor M. Ott, a triple major in chemistry, history, and French, has been named a 2010 Rhodes Scholar.

Rhodes Doesn't Choose Local Student
Doug Blackburn

Florida State University's almost magical streak with Rhodes Scholar finalists was ...

Two Elis garner Rhodes
Carmen Lu
New Haven, CT
Yale Daily News
Yale student from Belvedere among Rhodes Scholars
Brent Ainsworth
Belvedere, MO
Contra Costa Times
Auburn Swimmer Jordan Anderson Named Rhodes Scholar
Charles Goldberg
The Birmingham News -

He is the fourth Auburn student to be named a Rhodes Scholar. Anderson was a member of last year's Auburn national championship team, is a two-time SEC ...

From Oxford to Wall Street
Elliot Gerson Publishes Op Ed in The Washington Post
Elliot Gerson
The Washington Post
FSU Looking To Become Bowl Eligible Againts Terps

Andrews has coached future NFL players like Deion Sanders, Derrick Brooks, Andre Wadsworth, Peter Boulware and a Rhodes scholar, Myron Rolle.

University of Louisville Graduate Named Rhodes Scholar
Joseph Gerth
Louisville Courier-Journal

Today the University of Louisville graduate is the state's latest Rhodes scholar, the winner of one of the most coveted awards in academia.

UWI Law Student 2010 Rhodes Scholar
Government of Jamaica, Jamaica Information Service

Twenty-two year old University of the West Indies (UWI) student, Alecia Johns, is the 2010 recipient of the prestigious Rhodes scholarship.

David Frederick Argues Mutual Fund Case before Supreme Court
"Judges Scrutinize Adviser Pay"
Adam Liptak
The New York Times
Get to Know Congressman Jim Himes
Politico Profiles Jim Himes (D-Conn)
Anne Schroeder Mullins
NAACP President Ben Jealous Brings New Vision to Membership Drive
An NAACP Chapter of a Different Hue
Krissah Thompson
The Washington Post
Susan Rice Appears on the Daily Show
Ambassador Rice Argues That U.S. Standing in the World Has Improved Since Obama Took Office
The Daily Show
On the Way to the NFL Draft, A Year of Fulfillment In England
Myron Rolle Chooses Oxford, Becomes Role Model
Pete Thamel
New York Times
Eboo Patel: Obama Faith Adviser Preaches Religious Tolerance
Ebrahim Patel (IL & Lady Margaret Hall ‘98)
Bill George
U.S.News & World Report

Eboo Patel, founder of a national movement promoting interfaith religious cooperation and one of President Barack Obama's advisers on faith, is tackling what he considers the "color line" of the 21st century: the faith line. While Patel's soft-spoken charm may hide his Rhodes scholar intellect, there is nothing understated about his strikingly ambitious vision for global religious pluralism.

George Stephanopoulos Role Grows at ABC
George Stephanopoulos (OH & Balliol ’84)

George Stephanopoulos will be the primary substitute for Diane Sawyer when she becomes anchor of “World News” next year, expanding his already formidable command of the airways as ABC’s chief Washington correspondent and anchor of “This Week.”

Black President Chris Howard Stands Out At Mostly White College

President Chris Howard, President of Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, attended the Air Force Academy. His resume includes Rhodes Scholar, Oxford Ph.D., Harvard MBA, vice president at GE and head of the honors college at the University of Oklahoma.

Making a Name by Being Himself
Mr. Lugar goes to Washington and gets things done
Evansville Courier & Press

Received an honors degree in politics, philosophy and economics from Oxford University in England after studying there as a Rhodes Scholar.

Beth Shapiro (1999, Balliol) Just Won a MacArthur Fellowship

Susan Rice wins praise at the United Nations
Susan Rice (Maryland/DC and New College '86) credited with resurrecting U.S. role at United Nations
New York Tiimes
Rhodes Scholar launches project to fight violence against women

The Rhodes Project has gone live
Dr. Ann Olivarius's letter to the Rhodes community
Harvard establishes chair (named after Rhodes Scholar) in gay and lesbian studies
Professorship is being billed as a turning point in the prestigious university's history
Ed Pilkington
Cambridge, MA
The Guardian
Swimming the English Channel on D-Day and The Mission Continues

DeParle battles old and new critics
Chris Frates
Washington, D.C.
Politico, Capitol News Company
David Frederick Wins Supreme Court Victory

New Warden of Rhodes House
Press Release from Rhodes House
The Jindal Phenomenon
Michael Gerson
The Washington Post
La. Governor Bobby Jindal Took Fast Track to National Prominence
Jindal to Deliver GOP Response to Obama Address
Philip Rucker
The Washington Post
Man thought to be oldest living U.S. Rhodes Scholar turns 100
Drew Bracken
Newark Advocate
Rhodes Scholar Craig Mullaney publishes celebrated memoir
Chris Bray
The Washington Post
Alain L. Locke: "The Biography of a Philosopher"
Leonard Harris and Charles Molesworth.
University of Chicago Press & Publisher's Weekly

The AARS Alain Locke Centenary Committee is pleased to note the recent publication of "Alain L. Locke: The Biography of a Philosohper" by Leonard Harris and Charles Molesworth.

Oxford Bound
Brownback staffer will soon move to England to become a Rhodes scholar
Kris Kitto
Washington, D.C.
The Hill
Rhodes Show: Kathryn Twyman '09 Wins Scholarship to Study at Oxford
Dartmouth Life

Kathryn Twyman '09 of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, has won a Canadian Rhodes Scholarship to study at the University of Oxford in England. She is a double major in chemistry and physics with a minor in biology. Twyman is also a member of Dartmouth's Women in Science Project (WISP) and the varsity crew team.

Rhodes Scholar's 'Goofy' Ideas Slashed Energy Costs at College House in Half
Washington Post
In South Africa, a Justice Delayed Is No Longer Denied
By Celia W. Dugger
The New York Times
FSU's Myron Rolle chooses Rhodes scholarship over NFL's millions
By Ebenezer Samuel
NY Daily News
Mr. Longevity: Q&A with Richard Lugar
32 years and counting
Maureen Groppe
Indianapolis Star

Lugar, now the Senate's senior Republican, dishes on what he doesn't like about the job, why he doesn't speak on the floor much and how he followed his wife's one rule about his work.

Dr. Christopher B. Howard elected as 24th President of Hampden-Sydney College
Thomas N. Allen '60
Hampden-Sydney College
NLJ Lawyer of the Year: DOJ's Glenn A. Fine
Marcia Coyle
The National Law Journal
Obama’s Choice for U.N. Is Advocate of Strong Action Against Mass Killings
By Peter Baker
New York Times
GOP Looks to Louisiana's Governor
Jindal May Prove To be Republicans' Version of Obama
By Michael Leahy
Washington Post
U of A medical student honoured with Rhodes scholarship
By Julia Necheff
University of Alberta Express News
GHHS grad earns Rhodes Scholarship
Dwinal to study at Oxford after receiving prestigious honor
By Susan Schell
The Peninsula Gateway
Girard grad named Rhodes Scholar
By Andrew D. Brosig
The Morning Sun
LCDS, TJ Grad Named Rhodes Scholar
Leesburg Today
Swarthmore athlete wins Rhodes scholarship
By Frank Fitzpatrick
Philadelphia Inquirer
B.C.'s latest Rhodes Scholar is from New Denver
By Chad Skelton
Vancouver Sun
Concordia student chosen as Rhodes Scholar
Concordia University Press
Ex-Gopher pole vaulter reaches new heights: Rhodes Scholarship
Ashley Nord joined a select group of scholar/athletes Sunday when she was one of 32 candidates selected to receive a Rhodes Scholarship.
By Rachel Blount
Star Tribune
Nine NCAA student-athletes among 2009 Rhodes Scholars
National Collegiate Athletic Association
Penn scholar's road to a Rhodes scholarship
By Susan Snyder
Philadelphia Inquirer
Rhodes Scholar's talent for connecting cultures blossomed in Greenville
By Brock Letchworth
The Daily Reflector
Buffalo Grove resident named Rhodes Scholar
By Associated Press
Chicago Daily Herald
Centennial grad is Rhodes Scholar
Plans studies in medical anthropology
By Ernest Luning
The Colorado Independent
CU Senior Wins Rhodes Scholarship
By Jacob Schneider
Columbia Spectator
Drake’s Lindsay Whorton named Rhodes Scholar
By Associated Press
Chicago Tribune
Mitchell and Rhodes scholars -- The Homeroom
By Gale Holland
LA Times Blog
Stanford grad named a Rhodes Scholar
By Don Kazak
Palo Alto Online
Three Tigers win Rhodes Scholarships
By Josephine Wolff and Samantha Pergadia
The Daily Princetonian
UCLA student and recent graduate earn Rhodes Scholarships for 2009
By Cynthia Lee
UCLA Newsroom
UM student chosen as Rhodes scholar
By Dan Cortez and Amber Hunt
Detroit Free Press
3 with NYC ties are named Rhodes Scholars
By Samantha Gross, Associated Press
Anthropologist, football star among Rhodes winners
By Dan Robrish
Associated Press
Cadet Named VMI’s 11th Rhodes Scholar
Virginia Military Institute Press
Friendswood woman named a 2009 Rhodes Scholar
By Mike Tolson
Houston Chronicle
Newest Rhodes Scholar from Shelton
By Marian Gail Brown
Connecticut Post
Princeton Leads U.S. Schools With 3 Rhodes Scholars
By Dan Hart
Santa Clara University senior is named Rhodes Scholar
By Joe Rodriguez
Mercury News
UCLA senior from Alamo among 32 Rhodes scholars
By Steve Rubenstein
San Francisco Chronicle
UNC senior wins Rhodes Scholarship
What's Bruin
Ex-UCLA football player wins Rhodes Scholarship
By Adam Rose
LA Times Blog
American Rhodes Scholars-elect for 2009
Listing by District
American Rhodes Scholars-elect for 2009
Biographical Summaries
Press Release

Elliot F. Gerson, American Secretary of the Rhodes Trust, today announced the names of the thirty-two American men and women chosen as Rhodes Scholars.

‘Bullheaded’ and a Rhodes Scholar, and Now Headed to Capitol Hill
By David M. Halbfinger
New York Times
Oxford University Society Elections
AARS member Aly Kassam-Remtulla (Alberta & Balliol '99) elected to OUS Board
Aly Kassam-Remtulla won the Annetta Dieckmann Award.

Adding Color to the Courthouse
With the help of a Houston artist, U.S. District Judge Keith Ellison (CO & Magdalen '72) uses his artistic judgment to create a work environment seldom seen in courtrooms
By Mary Flood
Houston Chronicle
Former WFU prof chosen by legendary NY church
Brad Braxton (VA & Trinity '91) nominated to become senior pastor at Riverside Church
'Apprentice' winner will address Focus grads
Randal Pinkett (NJ & Keble '94) stresses importance of enterprise and mixes it with community service
Veterans find, 'We need you, we still believe in you'
Navy SEAL Eric Greitens (MO & Lady Margaret Hall '96) talks with injured about service
'It can feel like Harry Potter'
Burlington man--Adam Chandler (NC & Queen's 2006)--wraps up 2 years at Oxford
Infectious melodies
Pardis Sabeti (FL & New College '97), a pioneering geneticist, has a second life as a singer and songwriter
MSNBC’s Chuck Todd and Rachel Maddow are young, geeky and hot
Rachel Maddow (CA & Lincoln '95) receives acclaim
30 Years of Rhodes Women
Picture of participants
30 Years of Rhodes Women
Profiles and reflections by over 60 Rhodes Women from around the world upon the celebration of 30 years of Rhodes Women
The buck should stop here
Cyrus Habib (WA & St. John's 2003) writes on court decision affecting the blind
Linking Oxford with the World
Vernon Bogdanor reviews Philip Ziegler's account of Rhodes scholarships (Legacy)
NAACP Chooses Its New President
Activist and Former News Executive, Ben Jealous (NY & St. Antony's '97), Is Youngest Leader
By Darryl Fears
Washington Post
New book, Legacy, by Philip Ziegler and commissioned by The Rhodes Trust, available

Book Review of Legacy
Jacob Weisberg (IL & New College '87) reviews Ziegler's book in The Sunday Times
Best of the Euroleague and the NBA: Bill Bradley

William W. Bradley (MO & Worcester '65) was the first player to record a remarkable trio of basketball honors.

US and UK extend "special relationship' to universities

Richard H. Trainor (RI & Merton '70), the principal Of King's College London, to play leading role.

Peace through kicking: From Harvard and Oxford to Martinez and Taekwondo

Jordon Schreiber (MN & Magdalen '95) launched Team PRIDE in 2003 to instill qualities of Perserverance, Respect, Integrity, Discipline and Excellence in kids.

The Post wins 6 Pulitzer Prizes
Barton D. Gellman (PA & University '82) wins national reporting award for four part series on Vice President Cheney
New FoMRT Board has several AARS members

Ian Glenday (So Africa College School & Magdalen '70), Mariette Geldenhuys (So Africa-at-large & New College '84), Allison Gilmore (MN & Green 2004), David Cohen (So Africa-at-large & Balliol '83), Rick Stengel (NY & Christ Church '77) and Danielle Fontaine (Quebec & St. John's '81) become members of the Board for Friends of Mandela Rhodes Foundation (USA).

Kris Kristofferson proves he's still an outlaw with This Old Road

Kris Kristofferson (CA & Merton '58) is the ultimate Mr. Cool, down to his lucky boots.

How McCain Can Win the Base

It is time for a rising star of the GOP--the new governor of Louisiana, Bobby Jindal (LA & New College '92)--to be McCain's vice presidential running mate.

Newark's mayor among politicians boosted by Obama's rise

Cory A. Booker (NJ & Queen's '92)at the center of emerging generation of black leaders.

Fort Ti elects new president

Peter S. Paine Jr (NY & Christ Church '57) will be the eight president of Fort Ticonderoga Board of Trustees.

AARS moves back to Vienna VA

Expert on counterinsurgency leaves the military with battle plan for the future
Lt. Col. John Nagl (NE & St. John’s ’88) talks about recent gains in Iraq
Naval officer returns to Schwab and gets standing ovations
Navy Lt. Commander Douglas A. Beck (CA & New '92) was gone for 15 months, serving on a special operations task force in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Student strike honed lawyer's mediation skills
William H. Farley, Jr (PA & St. Catherine's '72) opted for the law over ministry because he wanted to save the world
Louisiana's Brave New Hope
Bobby Jindal (LA & New '92) to be sworn in as state's 51st governor.
Murals for Freedom Reigns Project selected by three Rhodes Scholars

John S. Grinalds (TN & Brasenose '60), Benjamin B. Dunlap (TN & Wadham '59) and James C. Parham (SC & Magdalen '54) demonstrate judgment, citizenship, patriotism

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Two Canadians studying in the US win Rhodes Scholarships in Canada

In Counterinsurgency Class, Soldiers Think Like Taliban

Dan Helmer (NJ & Wolfson '04)sets up school for American troops in Afghanistan.

Chicago, Stanford Lead With Three Rhodes Scholars
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American Rhodes Scholars-elect for 2008
Listing by Districts
American Rhodes Scholars-elect for 2008
Biographical Summaries
Press Release

Elliot F. Gerson, American Secretary of the

Rhodes Trust, today announced the names of the thirty-two American men and women

chosen as Rhodes Scholars.

Mayer Brown partner confirmed as federal judge
Robert Dow Jr. (IL & Brasenose '87)
American Hero's Rugby Legacy
Pete Dawkins (MI & Brasenose '59) popularized overarm throw
Indian-American Elected Louisiana's Governor
Bobby Jindal (LA & New '92) becomes first nonwhite governor since Reconstruction-era
Home movies dot new Lugar (IN & Pembroke '54) Biography
New DVD available

The video covers Lugar’s public life from the Indianapolis school board through his Senate years, international profile and Nobel Peace Prize nominations.

Private Equity's White Knuckle Deal
Don Gogel (NJ & Balliol '71) plays crucial role in Home Depot buyout

Gogel, Clayton Dubilier's 58-year-old CEO, shows how other major buyouts can go forward in the post subprime mortgage environment.

Antonio Delgado (NY & Queens ’99) releasing a hip hop album
Believes in power of music
Lt. Col. John Nagl on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart
Counterinsurgency Field Manual co-author

Lt. Col. John Nagl (NE & St. John’s ’88) interviewed by Jon Stewart about the Army’s Counterinsurgency Field Manual which he co-authored.

Michelle Sikes (2007 Scholar Elect)
Professional track athlete interviewed

World class 5000-meter distance runner talks about her career, her plans and her Rhodes.

UnitedHealth Loses Quam...
Lois Quam (MN & Trinity '83) moves to Piper Jaffrey
Wall Street Journal
Adeel Qalbani (IA & Magdalen '98) marries

Vedica Jain and Adeel A. Qalbani were married yesterday at the Fairmont San Francisco hotel.

An Optimist in Newark
Corey Booker (NJ & Queens '92), Mayor of Newark
George F. Will
Bowdoin Brief: Allen ‘67 expected to declare Senate run
Bobby Guerette
The Bowdoin Orient
Romanoff biographer discusses work
Allyson Bennett
New prestige for Kris Kristofferson
Michael Long, Entertainment Editor
Lancaster Online
Shaun Johnson wins 2007 Commonwealth Writers' Prize for the Africa Region

Fargo gay activist named Rhodes Scholar ('07)
2 Rhodes Scholars Multiply a Family’s Bragging Rights ('07)
Fernanda Santos
New York Times
32 college students selected as Rhodes Scholars ('07)
North Dakotan is a Rhodes Scholar
The Bismarck Tribune
Sahner, scholar of ancient history, awarded Rhodes Scholarship ('07)
Eric Quiñones
News @ Princeton
Duke Student-Athlete Awarded Rhodes Scholarship ('07)
Durham, NC
Duke University News & Communications
Mathematician, Writer, and Rhodes Scholar

U student named 2006 Rhodes Scholar ('06)
University of Minnesota, UMN News
News@Princeton on Jeffrey Miller ('06)
Eric Quiñones
W. James Amoss (LA & St. John's, '69) 9/9/05 Interview by NPR's David Brancaccio

Bersin to be State Education Secretary
John Marelius, Maureen Magee and Gordon Smith
San Diego Union Tribune

Alan Bersin (NY & Balliol, '68) Named Secretary of Education for California

Fallon appointed to Ralph S. Tyler, Jr. Professorship of Constitutional Law
Adina Levine
The Record

Richard Fallon (Maine & Wadham, '75) Appointed to Tyler Professorship of Constitutional Law

Governor General announces new appointments to the Order of Canada

Michael P. Robinson (British Columbia & University, '73) and Arthur R. A. Scace (Ontario & Corpus Christi, '61) named Members of the Order of Canada

A. E. Dick Howard to Speak at Constitution Day Celebration

Beth Shapiro Wins MacArthur "Genius" Award
Evolutionary Biologist Beth Shapiro (Georgia & Balliol '99) One of 2009 MacArthur Fellows

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