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Student Spotlight: Kerry Williams

Student Spotlight: Kerry Williams

What did you do before you came to the Kennedy School? I’ve had two careers before coming to the Kennedy School.  One more illustrious than the other.  Just after my…

Using Your Noodle: Snappy Ramen

By Tommy Tobin Ramen noodles sometimes get a bad reputation to America’s student population. The word “ramen” conjures up images of foam cups, hot water, and packets of salt-laden seasoning.…

Paul’s: On a Lobster Roll

Paul’s: On a Lobster Roll

By Tommy Tobin Lobster rolls are a New England specialty. With Maine just a short drive away, lobster is not too hard to find on the menus of many eateries…

If Morality Won’t Sway You, How About Economics?

If Morality Won’t Sway You, How About Economics?

By Ted Zagraniski Why are the rich getting richer while the poor keep falling further behind? Does it matter, and should we care? During your time at Harvard, questions like…

A Middle Eastern Fraternity

By Shimon Shmooely I still remembered the day when my father told me that he had sent money to a Hamas guy. It was after the second Intifada, another round…

Free Speech and “The Offended”?

Free Speech and “The Offended”?

By David Delmar Imagine my shock when, in the course of a lecture at the Harvard Kennedy School, the class was polled about whether satires of the Prophet Muhammad should…

US Ambassador Alum Inspires at Event

US Ambassador Alum Inspires at Event

By Tommy Tobin Ever wonder what an Ambassador does? Over two dozen HKS students got the answer to this and other questions at a lunch event with former US Ambassador…

HKS Hosts European Leaders

HKS Hosts European Leaders

By Simon R. Bone, Editor-in-Chief At the beginning of March the Harvard Kennedy School once again hosted the university’s European Conference, a two day forum for policy and business ideas…

Look East for Business Opportunities

Look East for Business Opportunities

By Simon R. Bone, Editor-in-Chief Harvard Business School, with strong support from Harvard Kennedy School students this week hosted the largest student-run Asia law and business conference in North America.…

Ask Not What HKS Can Do for You

Ask Not What HKS Can Do for You

Public Serve Challenge 2014 The Student Public Service Collaborative is challenging HKS to complete 2,014 hours of community service before May – that means two hours for every member of…

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