Three Yalies have received Marshall scholarships this year: Andrew Mangino ’09, Mari Oye ’11, and Elizabeth Deutsch ’11.

Mangino, a political science major and former editor in chief of the News, is currently working as deputy speechwriter to Attorney General Eric Holder. He plans to study comparative social policy at Oxford, according to Kate Dailinger, associate director for UK and Irish fellowships.

Oye is on the board of directors of Dwight Hall, and is majoring in political science and international studies. Dailinger said Oye hopes to study violence, conflict and development at the School of Oriental and African Studies within the University of London.

Deutsch is double majoring in english and economics. She plans to study medieval and renaissance literature at Cambridge first, and then economic history at the London School of Economics and Political Science, according to Dailinger.

The Marshall scholarship is awarded annually to a maximum of 40 American students to study for a graduate degree in the United Kingdom.