Michaela Daniel ’21, from Stonecrest, Georgia, graduated from Near Eastern Studies with a focus on immigration and displaced populations in the region. The summer after her freshman year, Daniel served as a John C. Bogle ’51 Fellow in Civic Service, working with the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta, Georgia, to increase the availability of their programming to low-income students in the city. In summer 2019, she was the civic engagement intern with New American Pathways, a refugee and resettlement agency in Atlanta. Daniel was a committee leader with Students for Prison Education and Reform, having led their campaigns regarding Ban the Box and policing. Additionally, she served on the Resources Committee for the Council of the Princeton University Community and she performed as a member of BodyHype Dance Company. Part of her spring 2020 semester studying in Rabat, Morocco before she returned to the US because of the pandemic. Daniel, the 2020 Frederick P. Hitz ’61 Scholar interned at the United States Institute of Peace within their Non-Violent Action Program.