Montreal student among 9 Canadian Rhodes Scholars going up to Oxford

Meet Michael Noonan, one of Canada’s new crop of Rhodes Scholars. He explains the daunting process involved in being accepted for a Rhodes scholarship to pursue graduate studies at the storied university in England.

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