The Rhodes Project Update

Please visit The Rhodes Project  to view the first study of Rhodes Scholar women, their lives, challenges, and successes which includes these two new articles:

Carellin Brooks remembers when she “was a brash young thing… all attitude and platinum hair cut to an inch,” and how she tried to put Oxford behind her - to no avail.

Meanwhile, ski-racer and motivational speaker Bonnie St. John remembers the women who shaped her Rhodes experience.

We also thought you might be amused by this find from the New York Times archives on what Oxford Dons really thought of American students c. 1912, (they were "attractive, restless, and volatile" while "their American training does not really prepare them for honours work.").