Aysenur Guc is a student in the School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program, majoring in philosophy and minoring in religion. She is a recipient of the SAS Academic Excellence Award, the Chancellor’s Award for diversity and inclusion, and the Ernest A. Lynton Fellows Scholarship. During her sophomore year, she served as the outreach coordinator for the Muslim Student Association. She has also been writing for the Daily Targum’s opinion column since her freshman year. In the Fall, she will be serving as an Aresty research assistant for Professor Charles G. Häberl and will be a FIGS instructor teaching the course “Exploring Philosophy.” You can find her on Fridays at the Cooper Dining Hall or lounging on the grass at Voorhees Mall.