Nolan Brey

Sabetha, KS, Journalism, French, and Political Science (Pre-Law)
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Nolan Brey (he/him/his) is a senior from Sabetha, Kansas, triple majoring in journalism (news & info), French, and political science. Nolan studied abroad in Angers, France, in the fall of 2018. He’s written and copy edited for the University Daily Kansan, KU’s student newspaper. He is a University Scholar. He’s also been involved in Honors Community Advocates and Phi Alpha Delta, KU’s pre-law academic fraternity. He is a member of the American Copy Editors Society, and he coauthored the School of Journalism’s honors code in 2017. He plans to attend law school in the fall of 2020.

Ask me about: student media, pre-law, triple majoring, and study abroad.

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