Keshav Raghavan is a senior in Yale College studying applied mathematics and history. In addition to his majors, he is a Human Rights Scholar at the Schell Center in Yale Law School. Outside of the classroom, he has served as city news editor at the Yale Daily News and has led a project to launch a research satellite into low-Earth orbit with the Yale Undergraduate Aerospace Association. He is currently involved in astrophysics research on campus, plays squash, and volunteers with the Yale Community Kitchen. After graduating from Yale, Keshav will study law at Harvard. Before pursuing that degree, he hopes to work as a researcher in applied mathematics. He is interested in algorithmic accountability, the impact of new technologies on inequality, and data stewardship. Born and raised in Stamford, Connecticut, he is a resident of Pauli Murray College.