Two Louisiana College students among 6 to earn study trip to Oxford
June 25, 2014
Two Louisiana College students soon will join four students from across the country in a two-week learning experience in England. Mark Klein, a senior from Alexandria, and Miranda Quartemont, a junior from Bentley, will study at Oxford University’s Jesus College thanks to a National Religious Broadcasters Distinguished Scholar’s Term scholarship.
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