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Allison Shapira Performs at Passim’s

By Rosalia Gutierrez-Huete Miller, Culture Editor, MC/MPA ‘12 The room was dark, except for the brightly lit stage. Amidst a conglomeration of musical instruments parked along the sides of the…

Diary of a Female Harvard Graduate Candidate

By Litcy Ludvic, Culture Contributor, MPP ‘13 Hailing from India, I was used to the idea that the masculinity of men in Indian society would be threatened if they carry…

Are Republicans Fielding a Delegate When America Wants a Trustee?

By Zachary Rosenfeld, Assistant News Editor, MPP ’13 Do you prefer your president to be a delegate or a trustee? The “delegate vs. trustee” problem is almost as old as…

Does your government have the right policy on love?

 By Helena Pylväinen, MPP ’13 This Valentine’s Day, declare your love to someone. Eat chocolate. Stalk a crush on Facebook. But don’t take a day off from contemplating the world’s…

Is Love Universal? A Serious Inquiry.

By Cristina Garmendia, News Writer, MPP ‘13 There is a core disagreement within the student body on matters of the heart. There are some students who believe that love is…

From L.A. to India, Students Get Face Time with Alumni

By Cristina Garmendia, News Writer, MPP ‘13 This January term saw the successful implementation of the inaugural Harvard Kennedy School Alumni Shadowing Program, allowing current HKS students the chance to…

An Interview With Carlo Rotella: “How People Live the Consequences of the Mess We’ve Made”

An Interview With Carlo Rotella: “How People Live the Consequences of the Mess We’ve Made”

By Matt Bieber, News Writer, MPP/MDiv ‘13 Carlo Rotella is Director of the American Studies Program at Boston College. He writes for the New York Times Magazine, the Washington Post…