Three University of Chicago Students Named Rhodes Scholars for 2008

The University of Chicago

Thirty-two men and women from across the United States were named today as Rhodes Scholars for 2008. Of the 32 who were named, three of the students chosen as Rhodes Scholars are from the University of Chicago. The scholars were selected from 764 applicants endorsed by 294 colleges and universities.

Two of the three University of Chicago winners are from Washington, D.C., Nadine Levin and Andrew Hammond. The third University of Chicago student chosen is Isra Bhatty of Glenview, Illinois.

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