Cornell senior Rachel Harmon wins prestigious Rhodes Scholarship

Jeff Stein
Ithaca Voice

Cornell senior Rachel Harmon was named Sunday one of the 32 Americans to win a Rhodes Scholarship this year.

The scholarships pay all expenses for two or three years of study at the University of Oxford in England, according to the Chicago Tribune. Harmon, from Illinois, is a student in Cornell’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations.

In 2012, two Cornellians were named Rhodes scholars: Christopher “Kit” Dobyns, an Africana studies major with minors in inequality studies and law and society; and Daniel Young, a philosophy major minoring in South Asian studies.

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