The Rhodes Scholars

The Rhodes Trust, which awards 32 scholarships to allow Americans to study for a mater’s degree at the University of Oxford, has announced this year’s winners. Or, as IvyGate put it “for the third year in a row, the Rhodes Trust ruins Christmas.”

The 2013 winners, according to the Washington Post, come from all over the country (as they always do). The ivies, as always, are well represented. among the winners. This year’s schools:

Yale (8)
Harvard (6)
Annapolis (2)
Cornell (2)
Stanford (2)
Berkeley
Brown
University of Georgia
Georgia Tech
The College of Idaho
Luther College
Montana State University
University of Oklahoma
University of North Carolina
University of Virginia
West Point
Wofford College

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Daniel Luzer

Daniel Luzer is the news editor at Governing Magazine and former web editor of the Washington Monthly. Find him on Twitter: @Daniel_Luzer