Adriana Lorenzini '22 is a double concentrator in Middle East Studies and International Relations from North Carolina. In Middle East Studies, her focus has primarily been on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as well as several years studying Arabic. In International Relations, her regional focus has been on both the Middle East as well as Western Europe. Adriana's capstone, titled Language Management Policies as Tools for Producing the Nation: the Cases of Turkey and Israel, focuses on the way states use language to define and create belonging. After graduation, Adriana will move to Vienna, Austria, where she will use her fluent French and German to work in logistics at the Viennese branch of the French energy company TotalEnergies.