Scholars in the News

The editor and webmaster make every effort to be as inclusive as possible when noting Rhodes Scholars and Oxonians in the news. Many items listed here may also be published in the "For The Record" section of the print edition of The American Oxonian. Notices for web and print listings of scholars in the news may be sent to webmaster@americanrhodes.org.

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

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