Anika Mukker is a '26 from Folsom, California. Interested in political psychology as well as the relationships between memory, peace-building, and transitional justice, she is pursuing a degree in Cognitive Science and Government. With the Dickey Center, she has been a Great Issues Scholar, remains involved with the program as a mentor, and edits for the World Outlook Journal. She also serves as Dartmouth Model UN's Director of Design and a student committee member for OPAL's Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Passionate about gender equity and education, she spent the past summer conducting research, planning events, and mentoring young activists as an advocacy intern for the international nonprofit She's the First. You can find Anika skating with Dartmouth's figure skating team, learning new languages, or chatting with friends over a cup of tea in her free time.