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Cambridge Scholars

July-August 2012

Four seniors have won Harvard Cambridge Scholarships to study at the University of Cambridge during the 2011-2012 academic year. Eva Gillis-Buck, of Leverett House and Pittsburgh, a joint concentrator in human developmental and regenerative biology and studies of women, gender, and sexuality, will be the Charles Henry Fiske III Scholar at Trinity College; social studies concentrator Abigail Modaff of Eliot House and Minneapolis will be the Lionel de Jersey Harvard Scholar at Emmanuel College; history and literature concentrator Mikaël Schinazi, of Quincy House and Paris, will be the John Eliot Scholar at Jesus College; and economics concentrator Chenzi Xu ’11, of Lowell House and Watkinville, Georgia, will be the Governor William Shirley Scholar at Pembroke College.

Updated 11/1/2013, 6 p.m., to correct the spelling of Mikaël Schinazi’s first name and home town, following the receipt of information from Mr. Schinazi.

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