Trey Sullivan is currently a freshman at Harvard University planning to concentrate in History & Literature with a secondary degree in Philosophy. He graduated magna cum laude from The Roxbury Latin School where he was the president of the school’s debate program, as well as associate editor of the school’s newspaper and captain of the junior varsity soccer team. Trey was also a four-year varsity athlete in Track & Field and on the executive committee of his school’s Model United Nations club. As a senior, Trey was awarded his school’s debate and French prizes, signifying the most successful student in each respective field. Building on his interest in politics, Trey spent the summer after his junior year working as a U.S. Senate Page on Capitol Hill. After graduating, Trey took a gap year in which he spent half of the year working on several local and national political campaigns, before traveling to Paris to study French language and literature at La Sorbonne. Trey is a foodie at heart. He loves cooking dishes from around the world, as well as exploring the world’s greatest food cities (his current favorite is New Orleans). Trey also enjoys writing. Amidst the Black Lives Matter protests of this past summer, he published his first piece on Medium entitled “Respectability Politics Have Got to Go.” When he isn’t cooking, eating, or writing, Trey loves to read, play board games with his younger brother, and listen to 90s R&B.

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How I spend my free time

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