Charles Strehlo is an Honors student at the School of Arts & Sciences, majoring in Philosophy and Political Science. Charles spent his most recent summer working for the Brooklyn District Attorney in the Hate Crimes Bureau. With a variety of different tasks including drafting subpoenas, interviewing witnesses, reviewing bodycam and summarizing case facts, Charles has earned a new appreciation for how the law can help the average person. He worked this position while also participating in the Simon Wiesenthal Government Advocacy Program, workshopping with different political advocates around NYC and learning about combatting antisemitism from a government level. At Rutgers, Charles has competed with the Rutgers Mock Trial team and worked on the board to run conferences for the Institute for Domestic and International Affairs. He's worked part time while at Rutgers, tutoring for the SAT and helping teach college math classes. Following graduation, Charles plans on attending law school with a possible focus on constitutional law (but he's not completely sure yet). In his free time, Charles loves boxing, weightlifting, meditation, creative writing, and a slew of other completely random activities!