Three for the Road

Thanks to Rhodes and Marshall Scholarships, three current Harvard students will do their research in England next year. Senior Jay A.H. Butler, of Eliot House and Paget, Bermuda, was named that island’s 2006 Rhodes Scholar. The history concentrator plans to study law at Exeter College, Oxford. Ensign William Kelly of New York City, a 2005 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy who is pursuing a master’s degree in public policy at the Kennedy School, has won an American Rhodes; he will study in Oxford’s global-governance program. Senior Lauren Schuker, of Kirkland House and Cambridge, who won a Marshall Scholarship, will enroll at the Courtauld Institute of Art in London. The history and literature concentrator hopes to use art to look at historical change after World War II.

Jay A.H. Butler William Kelly Lauren Schuker
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