Adam Sella
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Adam Sella is a Senior at Harvard, graduating with a degree in Comparative Literature and Philosophy and a citation in Arabic language. On campus, he is part of the Food Literacy Project and he has spent his summers working on a farm and in a restaurant. Adam is interested in sustainable cooking practices and environmental peace building. In his free time, you can find Adam cooking or baking for his friends and family or training for marathons and triathlons.

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