Oset Babur is a senior studying Political Science and Economics at Wellesley College. She has conducted research at the MIT Sloan School of Management on how companies like Twitter and Facebook are impacting our interpretation of the First Amendment under pressure to share data, and has examined this paradigm as an intern at the EastWest Institute in New York City. Oset also studied abroad at the Queen Mary University of London last fall, where she focused on European Union economic policies, and the expansion of euroskepticism. Currently, she is on the editorial board of multiple publications at Wellesley, serves on the Political Science Majors’ Council, and intends to attend law school in the years following graduation. She gets excited about British literature, recommending music, running, and Earl Grey.