Oxonians in the Making

Thirty-two students from the United States won Rhodes Scholarships this year, and eight of them are at Harvard, which led the nation in the production of successful candidates for the award for the fourth straight year. The applicant pool numbered 1,041 well-rounded scholars, from 315 colleges and universities. Two other Harvard students were chosen as Canadian Rhodes Scholars. Suitably draped for travel abroad next year are: (bottom, from left) Rouzbeh Pirouz, of the Kennedy School and Vancouver, British Columbia; Ahmad Atwan, of Kirkland House and Shaker Heights, Ohio; and Chimene Keitner, of Adams House and Fredericton, New Brunswick; (second row) Mark Wu, of Currier House and Chicago; and Alice Chen, of Currier House and Jackson, Mississippi; (third row) Jeremy Dauber '95, formerly of Lowell House and Teaneck, New Jersey, now of Cambridge; and Ramin Toloui, of Leverett House and Iowa City; (top) Jennifer DeVoe, of the Medical School and Helena, Montana. Not shown: Priya Aiyar, of Lowell House and El Cerrito, California; and David Bonfili, of Dunster House and Morgantown, West Virginia. 

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