Hajar Khalid is a rising senior majoring in Political Science and minoring in Psychology and one of the MSA political chairs this year. She is most interested in issues concerning criminal justice reform including voting rights restoration as well as the intersection between incarceration and mental health issues that accounts for such a large percentage of the present prison population. Outside of academic interests, she loves poetry and singing in her free time. She also considers herself a boba connoisseur after making as many homemade boba flavors as possible during quarantine. If you ever want to talk about the crippling effects of systemic racism that is embedded within the prison industrial complex or about how to (kind of) survive a midlife career crisis, or anything else at all, reach out to her anytime!