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Fourteen of Harvard's finest will be traveling to Britain next year as Marshall and Rhodes scholars. The eight seniors to win Marshall Scholarships are: (back row, from left), Geoffrey C. Rapp, of Leverett House and Honolulu; Ramesh O. Johari, of Leverett House and Elk Grove Village, Illinois; Eric G. Sheu, of Kirkland House and Dunwoody, Georgia; Matthew F. Lima, of Winthrop House and New York City; Joshua H. McDermott, of Leverett House and Arlington, Virginia; and Rhiju Das, of Lowell House and Bartlesville, Oklahoma; (front row), Sewell Chan, of Quincy House and New York City, one of this magazine's Ledecky Fellows; and Brian J. Saccente, of Lowell House and Roslyn, New York.
Six Harvard students were named Rhodes Scholars. Off to Oxford are: (below, from left) Valerie J. MacMillan, of Adams House and Eagle, Idaho; Roy Bahat, of Leverett House and New York City; John McArthur, a master's-degree candidate at the Kennedy School and native of Vancouver, British Columbia; and Julia Raiskin, of Pforzheimer House and Fort Lee, New Jersey. Not shown: Owen S. Wozniak, of Quincy House and Anchorage, and Jane M. Tolmie, a third-year doctoral student in English, from Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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