Writer Biography: Tré Brown

Tré Brown, Staff Writer

“Life has loveliness to sell. Spend all you have for loveliness; buy it never count the cost.”

Early in his life, Tré knew that he wanted to be a journalist. This aspiration started in elementary school where he was an inaugural member of the morning announcements team. Throughout middle and high school, the native of Jonesboro, GA, developed a huge interest in current events, social issues, and international and domestic policy. His overall goal is to spark conversation, and ultimately change, with the stories that he tells.

When he isn’t writing for GPR, Tré enjoys many different hobbies. He was a singer for the Spivey Hall Children’s Choir, and hopes to bring his experience to one of the UGA ensembles. He is also an avid rock climber, specializing in bouldering. Outside of class, Tré will most likely be at Starbucks or watching Netflix.

Tré is a sophomore at the University of Georgia studying Political Science and Entertainment & Media Studies with a minor in Public Health and New Media Studies.

Articles by Tré

Islamophobia in Education: Replacing Hate with Understanding (Oct. 29, 2015)

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