Nolan Brey

Sabetha, KS, Journalism (News & Info), Political Science, and French (Pre-Law)
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Nolan Brey (he/him/his) is a junior from Sabetha, KS, triple majoring in journalism (news & info), political science and French. He plans to attend law school after graduating from KU in 2020. He currently serves as secretary of the Honors Program Student Council and as a member of the School of Journalism’s student leadership board; he is also a seminar assistant for Mark Johnson’s honors seminar on “Designing the 21st Century Political Campaign.” Nolan is also involved in the Phi Alpha Delta (pre-law) fraternity, the Dole Institute of Politics, and the University Daily Kansan. Nolan will study abroad in France in the fall of 2018.

Ask me about: student media, pre-law, triple majoring, and the Honors Program student council.

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