Adeel is a junior double-majoring in religion and biology, with minors in economics and middle eastern studies. One day he plans to enter academia, with a Ph.D. in Islamic Studies or Religion, and perhaps earn a J.D. Some of his interests are Islamic history, Islam and modernity, and decision-making. He is also interested in languages, most recently Arabic, as well as literature (particularly twentieth-century English literature). He loves travelling, and he enjoys spending his summers abroad in academic programs. On campus, he is involved in the Interfaith Council, the Muslim Student Union, Ansar Service Partnership (a Muslim student service organization), and the USC Academy for Polymathic Study. He also serves as a residential adviser, on the Muslim Floor at USC, and as a research assistant for the Interdisciplinary Research Group at the Center for Religion and Civic Culture. In his free time, he enjoys reading, writing, watching movies and TV shows, and engaging in coffee-shop discussions with friends.