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Cambridge Scholars

July-August 2016

Four seniors have won Harvard Cambridge Scholarships to study at Cambridge University during the 2016-2017 academic year. Alona Bach of Berkeley, California, and Cabot House, a history and science concentrator, will be the Lionel De Jersey Harvard Scholar at Emmanuel College; Vivek Banerjee, of Studio City, California, and Dunster House, a social studies concentrator, will be the William Shirley Scholar at Pembroke College; Ramya Rangan, of Los Altos Hills, California, and Currier House, a joint concentrator in computer science and mathematics, will be the Charles Henry Fiske III Scholar at Trinity College; and Tamara Fernando of Colombo, Sri Lanka, and Adams House, a history and literature concetrator, will be the John Eliot Scholar at Jesus College.

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College Hackathons

Juhwan Seo, founder of the Ethnic Studies Coalition at Harvard, received the Ames Award at the College’s Class Day Exercises last week for promoting ethnic studies within the history and literature concentration. The award is given to seniors who have shown heroic character and energy in helping others and whose substantial contributions may not have been acknowledged.

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