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Baasit Bhutta is an undergraduate student in the College, class of 2018, majoring in political economy and minoring in both Islam and Muslim-Christian understanding and business administration. He is interested in how religion is used to organize institutions, especially focusing on applications of Islam. Baasit has conducted research in religious studies through Georgetown's Figge Fellowship and currently works as a research assistant in the Prince Alaweed Bin-Talal Center for Muslim Christian Understanding. In his spare time, Baasit enjoys reading and spending time with friends. At the Berkley Center, Baasit is a student fellow in the 2017-2018 Doyle Undergraduate Fellows program and blogs about faith-based civil interest groups in Washington, D.C.