The '03 Scholars

Marshall and Rhodes Scholars, that is. Harvard boasted seven winners, one a double.

The Marshall Scholars are seniors Christopher Laumann, a physics concentrator from Eliot House and Chicago, and Eugenia Levenson, a history and literature concentrator from Leverett House and Oak Park, Illinois.

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Christopher Laumann '02 Eugenia Levenson '02
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Below, are Canadian Rhodes winner and Harvard Medical School student Amar Dhand, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; history and literature concentrator Sue Meng '03, of Adams House and New York City; Lindsey Worth '02, of Huntington, West Virginia, a former philosophy concentrator and Eliot House resident; biochemist Jeremy England '03, of Leverett House and Durham, New Hampshire; and history and literature concentrator Anna Weiss '03, of Pforzheimer House and New Rochelle, New York. Meng won both a Marshall and a Rhodes, and chose the latter.  

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Amar Dhand Sue Meng '03
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Lindsey Worth '02 Jeremy England '03
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Anna Weiss '03
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