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Student Spotlight: Saleh El Machnouk

Student Spotlight: Saleh El Machnouk

*what did you do before came to the Kennedy School? Everything I could get my hands on. Worked in print and television media, taught politics at a university, worked for…

Creating Change Honestly: A Talk & Book Signing with the “Tea”EO

Creating Change Honestly: A Talk & Book Signing with the “Tea”EO

By Tommy Tobin Can a comic book help you learn how to build a better business? For the answer, look no farther than Seth Goldman, TeaEO (that would be “Tea…

On Government Shutdown

On Government Shutdown

By Phillip A. Olaleye Phillip Olaleye, a second-year MPP student, opines on the damage inflicted by political impasse in Washington through the angle of the close-down of the National Park…

Ways to Safeguard Our Representative Democracy

Ways to Safeguard Our Representative Democracy

By Jeff Kushner During the many conversations I have had about the “shutdown” over the past few weeks, I am consistently surprised by the lack of understanding among educated people…

Summer Snapshot: Lacrosse and SiBs in Israel

Summer Snapshot: Lacrosse and SiBs in Israel

Sara Greenberg, a joint degree student with the Harvard Business School, spent the summer in Tel Aviv training and playing with Israel’s Women’s National Lacrosse Team. The team played in…

Step Back

In this heady time of mid-terms and papers it is all too easy to become lost in the ebb and flow of studies  and find yourself far too focussed with…

Mayor Emanuel in the Forum

Mayor Emanuel in the Forum

By MaryRose Mazzola Addressing a packed John F. Kennedy, Jr. Forum on Friday, October 18th, former Congressman and White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel said the single greatest job…

ISAF to CIA to NSFW to HKS

ISAF to CIA to NSFW to HKS

By Simon R. Bone, Editor-in-Chief Retired four-star Army general and former CIA director David Petraeus is joining the staff at Harvard’s John F Kennedy School of Government. Petraeus is known for implementing the successful…

Harvard prepares for Allston expansion

Harvard prepares for Allston expansion

By Chrissie Long, Staff Writer Boston city planners approved the University’s largest development project in decades on Thursday. A total of nine buildings and more than 1.9 millionsquare feet; the…

Student Spotlight: Anne MacDonald

Student Spotlight: Anne MacDonald

** we hear you had a very unique job before you came to the Kennedy School. Tell us about that. For the last three years, I worked in President George…

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