Daniel Meyer recently graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s Degree in History and Philosophy and a minor in English from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA. His academic work often focuses on masculinity, historical morality and teleology, literature, mythology, and the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche; he is currently pursuing an independent in-depth study of classical philosophy and the American Founding.

During his time at Duquesne University, Daniel was recognized for his hard work, passion, and meticulous research and writing style. He received the Erik Gerhard Student Award in March 2020 for his study of history, and the Excellence in Service to the Philosophy Department Award in May 2021 for his role as President of the Duquesne Undergraduate Philosophy Society. In April 2021, he was recommended for and inducted into the history honor society Phi Alpha Theta.

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