Farris Peale

Farris PealeFarris Peale lived in Quincy House and concentrated in Social Studies with Government as a secondary field. At Harvard they won numerous awards including the Mill-Taylor Essay Prize and the Paul Revere Frothingham Scholarship, as well as being elected to Phi Beta Kappa and named a John Harvard Scholar. Their extracurricular activities included working on numerous political campaigns, serving as Vice President of the Phillips Brooks House Association, representing students on the Committee for Gender Inclusive Housing, and interning in the White House in the summer of 2016. Farris has been accepted at Harvard Law School through its Junior Deferral Program and aspires to become an appellate attorney concentrating on civil rights law.  At Cambridge, they will pursue an MPhil in Political Thought and Intellectual History as the Lionel de Jersey Harvard Scholar at Emmanuel College.