Isaac Margolis is a student in the School of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Political Science and History. He is currently a research assistant for the Religious Studies department where he is working on a project analyzing populism in the context of traditional martyrdom. This past summer, Isaac was the only undergraduate legal clerk for one of the premier mass tort law departments in the country, where he worked with attorneys on the largest multi-district litigation in the country. He is also a co-founder and current Vice President of the newly revamped Rutgers Undergraduate History Club, and is an active member of the Rutgers University Seeing Eye Puppy Raising Club. In his free time, Isaac enjoys cooking, hiking, and training puppies for the Seeing Eye Program.