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An Open Letter to the Harvard Kennedy School: From HKS Speak Out Coalition

We came to policy school to do more and to do better. We gravitated to Harvard Kennedy School, in part, because of its explicit mission to “train exceptional public leaders…

Student Spotlight: Jeff Kushner

Student Spotlight: Jeff Kushner

What did you do before you came to the Kennedy School? I have taken a rather indirect path to the Kennedy School. Unlike many of my more focused classmates, I…

Student Spotlight: Jonathan Chang

Student Spotlight: Jonathan Chang

What did you do before you came to the Kennedy School? I am a serial entrepreneur, having founded and co-founded four technology startups across multiple industries. My latest company is…

A.R.T. in the Spring

By Tommy Tobin Now that the winter has finally departed and the sun shines again on the Kennedy School, the American Repertory Theatre (A.R.T.) has announced its upcoming 2014/2015 season.…

Faculty Focus: The Shorenstein Center

Faculty Focus: The Shorenstein Center

By Simon R. Bone The Shorenstein Center which celebrated its 25th year in 2011 is not only one of the main research centers at the Harvard Kennedy School but also…

Kennedy School Student Government (KSSG) Year-in-Review: The Citizen Article

Kennedy School Student Government (KSSG) Year-in-Review: The Citizen Article

By Jieun Baek Let’s be honest. KSSG probably has not been top of mind for most of you, and you’re probably wondering what in the world this body of 34…

A Sign of the Times: Mysterious Sign Puzzles HKS Community

A Sign of the Times: Mysterious Sign Puzzles HKS Community

By Tommy Tobin This article began as a personal journey and ended up being a mystery through time. On an unassuming Kennedy School afternoon, I happened to cross from Littauer…

Kerry’s Green Cape

By Tim Purinton With compelling rhetoric and a stinging frontal attack, John Kerry is taking a deep plunge into environmental issues and in the process redefining the role of Secretary…

An Attack Comes Home: A soldier’s reflection on the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing

An Attack Comes Home: A soldier’s reflection on the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing

By Nathan Finney I can hear my heart in my ears, blocking out anything but the swoosh-swoosh, swoosh-swoosh. My ears pop with every breath. My shirt clings to me as…

Being a Conservative at The Kennedy School

By Isaac Lara Note that the views expressed below do not reflect that of the HKS Republican Caucus. They are my views. As a card-carrying Republican, I find it deplorable…

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