Saber, a graduate from the class of 2016, double-majored in Journalism and Media Studies and Middle Eastern Studies. The JMS program at Rutgers University equipped Saber with essential skills that she attributes to how invested the professors are in teaching students skills to succeed. “I am very thankful for being able to attend such a university,” she says. With these degrees, she has actively taken strides as a current adviser to the League of Arab States Mission for the U.N. She continues to apply her passion for education in graduate school at New York University, studying International Relations. Angie looks forward to her internship this summer for the Near Eastern Affairs Bureau at the State Department, and she hopes the next graduating class remembers to always vocalize their career goals.