Kenzo Okazaki is from Salt Lake City and is currently pursuing a double major in History and Philosophy at Middlebury College. He spent his spring semester studying at the University of Oxford. Kenzo is an editor for Middlebury College’s independent newspaper and serves on the Academic Judicial Board. He has also served on the board of Asian Students In Action, a group that serves to promote a sense of community for Asian students at Middlebury. In his spare time, Kenzo works at Middlebury’s observatory and is an amateur beekeeper. After graduating, he intends to pursue a master’s degree in political thought and intellectual history.
Updated May 2020
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