Kevin Xiong was an Economics concentrator with Applied Mathematics as a secondary field. He lived in Cabot House. Fluent in Mandarin and Spanish, he is both a self-taught musician and a studio artist who works in several media. At Harvard he has been the president of the Harvard LowKeys, a public-service focused a cappella group, a representative on the Harvard Undergraduate Council, and Yardfest Chair of the Harvard College Events Board. In his college summers he has interned at JPMorgan, McKinsey and Artsy, a technology start-up working to catalog the world’s art online. His interest in the intersection of economics and the visual arts is evident in his senior thesis about art galleries and networks effects on the value of artwork. He is the John Eliot Scholar at Jesus College, pursuing an MPhil in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies with a focus on modern Chinese art.