Jacqueline Glenn

Jacqueline Glenn is a third-year Honors student from Edwardsville, Illinois, pursuing a double major in English and Constitutional Democracy, with emphases in Black Literature and Law & Institutions, respectively. Aside from the Society of Fellows, Jacqueline is a member of the Phi Mu sorority, a Student Ambassador for the College of Arts & Science, and a Team Leader for Jumpstart Mizzou. Passionate about all things civil rights, Jacqueline hopes to attend law school after graduation and to eventually practice some sort of human rights law.

Isaac Yontz

Born at Boone Hospital and raised on East Campus, Isaac Yontz has spent the better part of two decades immersed in Mizzou’s traditions. A second-year student, Isaac is studying Constitutional Democracy and Applied Quantitative Economics in hopes of enlisting in the foreign service or attending law school after graduating. On campus, he is treasurer of Mizzou Mock Trial, a member of the Filipino Student Association, and champion of the Fall 2021 Missouri Debate Union forum. Isaac spent Summer 2022 studying gastronomic sciences and French culture in Lyon, France, at the Institute of Language and Culture.

Cole Bower

Cole Bower is a sophomore from Kansas City, MO, double-majoring in Constitutional Democracy and Economics. Cole was a member of the Kinder Institute Residential College as a freshman and is active with Mizzou College Democrats. He has interned for the City Council of Kansas City and is currently working as the campaign manager for a state legislative race in south Columbia. In his free time, Cole enjoys watching soccer and playing piano. After completing his undergraduate career, he plans on earning a graduate degree in political science or history.

C.J. Scott

C.J. Scott is a junior at Mizzou from Aurora, Illinois, pursuing a double major in History and Economics, with a minor in Political Science. C.J. is interested in History, Economics, Politics, and Law. On campus C.J. is a member of the Undergraduate History Society. In his free time, he enjoys gaming, reading, hiking, and watching TV and movies. After graduation, C.J. plans to attend grad school for history for a career in academia or go to law school to pursue work in the public or private sector.

Elisha Schoor

Elisha Schoor is a native to the Kansas City region, growing up predominantly in the small town of Kearney, Missouri. After high school, he attended the Metropolitan Community College in Kansas City where he completed his Associate of Arts degree. Elisha is beginning his second year as a transfer student to Mizzou, where he is majoring in both Constitutional Democracy [Politics and Policy track] and Economics and minoring in History and Political Science. While wanting to learn more on statecraft, public policy, and as of late, urban planning and railroads, he hopes the ideas and tools accrued during his tenure at Mizzou can be well used in a life in the public sector after graduation. Outside of class, he is the treasurer of the Undergraduate History Society and loves to game with friends.

Andrew West

Andrew West is a rising senior from Cape Girardeau, Missouri. He is majoring in Economics and is involved in the Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity and the St. Thomas More Newman Center. He is interested in politics, philosophy, and theology and enjoys reading, weightlifting, and running. Andrew was selected for the 2022 Federal Justice Summer Fellowship for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri. He intends to pursue law school after graduation.

Laura Frymire

Laura Frymire is a rising senior at the University of Missouri who grew up in Columbia with seven siblings, three of whom have also attended or are currently attending Mizzou. Laura is double-majoring in History and Political Science, minoring in Medieval and Renaissance Studies, and pursuing Honors, Multicultural, and American Constitutional Democracy Certificates. She spent half of her undergraduate career as a research assistant to the previous Director of the Honors College, Dr. J.D. Bowers, while he worked on his latest book about the Maronites, an endangered linguistic minority in Cyprus. She studied abroad during Spring 2022 at the Academic Language Institute in Alicante, Spain, and spent the Summer 2022 internship cycle at the State Attorney General’s Office in Jefferson City. After graduation, Laura plans to attend law school and pursue a career in transactional, corporate law. In her free time, she enjoys journaling, reading, and spending time with family and friends.

Drew Dahlgren

Drew Dahlgren is a second-year student at Mizzou from Arlington Heights, Illinois. He is currently majoring in Constitutional Democracy, Religious Studies, and Political Science (Pre-Law), with a minor in History. On campus, he is a member of the baritone section of Marching Mizzou and also Vice-Chairman of the Washington Society, a student organization for political and philosophical discussion. Drew has taken an interest in Indigenous religions, constitutional law, and the intersections of these two areas of study. He hopes to attend law school in order to pursue a career as a civil rights lawyer.

Julia Bursby

Originally from St. Louis, Julia Bursby is a sophomore double-majoring in Political Science (Pre-Law) and Constitutional Democracy (Social & Political Thought). While at Mizzou, Julia has taken part in several extracurricular activities, including becoming a member of the Pi Sigma Alpha Political Science Honor Society and serving as an MSA Senator. Apart from her studies, Julia enjoys painting, soaking in the sun, watching movies, and listening to her favorite bands (Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and CAKE). Ultimately, she hopes to take a few years off in between undergrad and law/grad school to join the Peace Corps, before pursuing her passions for advocacy, history, and law.

Michael Rashford

A sophomore at Mizzou, Michael Rashford is majoring in Political Science and History. During his freshman year, he participated in the Kinder Institute Residential College and served as Vice President of the Wolpers Hall student government. Over the summer, Michael interned for the Missouri Solicitor General’s office and worked in special litigation. On campus, he is a member of the club Ultimate Frisbee team where he is acting Vice President. In his free time, he enjoys running and considers himself an amateur barista.