Daniel Q. Flesch graduated summa cum laude from Yale in May, 2019. Daniel double-majored in English and Classics with distinction in both disciplines, and with an overall focus on poetry in English, Latin, and Greek. Daniel also received four division one varsity letters in fencing. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and the winner of four Yale College prizes, including the Chauncey Brewster Tinker Prize for the outstanding senior in the field of English. He will be attending Harvard Law School beginning in the fall of 2021.
Daniel has taught poetry, philosophy, and drama to students ranging in age from the 5th grade to Junior year of college. He was an instructor in poetry to students from lower income families in inner city Boston (as part of the Generation Teach program), and an instructor in civic philosophy and politics to students in the New Haven public school system (as part of the Citizens, Thinkers, Writers Program).
Daniel enjoys reading, playing soccer, and watching old movies.