Sunday, September 9, 2007

Two Rover Editors Named ISI Honors Fellows

We are pleased to announce that two of The Rover's finest are among this year's crop of Intercollegiate Studies Institute honors fellows.

Executive Editor Brian Boyd and Culture & Thought Editor Rachel Miller began their year-long fellowships over the summer with a week-long conference in Quebec City, Canada, titled "Law in the Western Tradition: Common, Constitutional, Natural, and Divine," at which they explored questions of contemporary politics, natural justice, natural law and natural rights.

The Intercollegiate Studies Institute names 50 honors fellows each year to its highly selective mentoring program, which includes one-on-one guidance from distinguished faculty and several opportunities for the fellows to gather together throughout the year. Congratulations to Brian and Rachel for earning this prestigious award.

For more information about the ISI Honors Program, click here.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congrats!

Anonymous said...

Awesome!