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The psychology of getting-out-the-vote

The psychology of getting-out-the-vote

By Citizen Staff Todd Rogers, Assistant Professor of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS), recently discussed important ideas on voter psychology as part of the ‘Meet the Scholar…

Students prepare for simulation

Students prepare for simulation

By Nathan Finney Last week began the 50th anniversary of the fateful “13 Days of October” that brought the world to the brink of nuclear war.  To commemorate the occasion,…

HKS makes strides to become more sustainable, diverse

HKS makes strides to become more sustainable, diverse

By Citizen Staff So what transpired since the last issue of The Citizen came out? Two weeks and two crucial events at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) that have witnessed…

Hanging Out in Inman Square

Hanging Out in Inman Square

By Anthony Barrows Inman Square is an often overlooked neighborhood by Harvard Kennedy School students, but I’ll have you know that it’s at the confluence of Cambridge, Hampshire and Prospect…

A Guide to Halloween at HKS

A Guide to Halloween at HKS

By Erin Patten If problem sets, midterms and papers have kept you from planning your outrageously creative and conceptual Halloween costume, never fear, you still have one more week to…

OPINION: A “sweet” topic with a sour aftertaste

OPINION: A “sweet” topic with a sour aftertaste

By Forrest Fontana “This is the single biggest step any city, I think, has ever taken to curb obesity,” the three-term mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg said on…

Yang’s Eats: Honey Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Yang’s Eats: Honey Roasted Sweet Potatoes

By Rebecca Yang The leaves are turning colors, which means we are in the midst of autumn, but more importantly, that sweet potatoes arrived at the farmers’ markets last week.…

DEMOCRATS ON FOREIGN POLICY

DEMOCRATS ON FOREIGN POLICY

Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series of three columns leading up to the Nov. 6 election. Last week, campus Republicans challenged Democrats on healthcare. Here, they argue…

REPUBLICANS ON FOREIGN POLICY

REPUBLICANS ON FOREIGN POLICY

Note: This is the second in a series of three columns leading up to the Nov. 6 election. Last week, campus Republicans challenged Democrats on healthcare. Here, they argue foreign…

My ‘Small Video Star’ fights for her life

My ‘Small Video Star’ fights for her life

  The following article is reproduced from a New York Times blog with permission from the writer. By Adam B. Ellick I had the privilege of following Malala Yousafzai, on…

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