This recipient has a tremendous amount of professionalism, teaching and peer mentorship skills, academic performance, and campus commitment. They are a current senior double majoring in English and Political Science. Their accumulative GPA is 4.0. Fidelity to their academic coursework is exemplified further by how they are a resident of Honors and Douglas College, a James Dickson Carr Scholar, a member of Phi Beta Kappa, a research assistant under the Rutgers Aresty Research Program, and the President of Rutgers University National Black Law Students Association: Pre-Law Division. Apart from academic accomplishments, they also excel with teaching in the classroom. They designed and taught a ten-week FIGS course at Rutgers titled, “Exploring Law and Leadership,” where they were a naturally gifted educator. They have prior teaching experience gained from volunteer work with the Petey Greene Program, tutoring incarnated individuals to help them obtain their high school diplomas prior to release from prison. In addition to their academic, teaching, and volunteer work, they also work as a legal clerk in the office of Gary M. Schwartz, Esq. Here, they have gained valuable professional experience drafting correspondences for administrative assistants and attorneys. Because of their outstanding accomplishments and future promise, last December, they were admitted early into the Columbia University Law School. Their professional goal as a legal representative is to continue melding scholarship with practice and overturn policies allowing for housing discriminatory practices.