Cambridge Scholars

Four seniors have won Harvard Cambridge scholarships to study at Cambridge University during the 2008-2009 academic year. Math concentrator Gerardo Con Diaz, of San José, Costa Rica, and Pforzheimer House, will be the Lieutenant Charles H. Fiske III Scholar at Trinity College; history concentrator Milo “Mishy” Harman, of Jerusalem and Pforzheimer House, was named the Governor William Shirley Scholar at Pembroke College; Romance languages and literature concentrator Erika Helgen, of Burnsville, Minnesota, and Cabot House, becomes the Lionel de Jersey Harvard Scholar at Emmanuel College; and English and American literature and language concentrator Laura Kolbe, of Orefield, Pennsylvania, and Pforzheimer House, will be the John Eliot Scholar at Jesus College.

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