Jack Pressgrove is a rising senior at Vanderbilt University, majoring in Law, History, and Society and Classical and Mediterranean Studies with a minor in Philosophy. He is an active member of his university's pre-law fraternity, works as a news writer for The Vanderbilt Hustler, and serves as secretary to his university's Classics honors society. Jack studied Latin, Archaeology, and Art History abroad at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome. His academic interests surround how history and philosophy can be used to solve contemporary problems. Last summer, Jack interned at the Fulton County Juvenile Public Defender's Office in the delinquency department. After college, he intends to earn a law degree and pursue a fulfilling career in public service and government. In his free time, Jack enjoys running, traveling, and being with his twin brother. He is originally from Atlanta, Georgia.