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“Do what your heart tells you to”

“Do what your heart tells you to”

Matti, tell us a bit about yourself and what brought you to the Kennedy School? I have always been an optimist and a can-do -type organizer, wanting to create good…

Pie in the Sky: A Tasty Community Fundraiser

Pie in the Sky: A Tasty Community Fundraiser

Harvard Public Affairs and Communications, together with Harvard Kennedy School’s Student Public Service Collaborative, will once again participate in Community Servings’ 22nd annual Pie in the Sky fundraiser. Community Servings is a local non-profit that delivers…

HBS Hosts Conference on Finance in the New Era of Growth

HBS Hosts Conference on Finance in the New Era of Growth

By Nahal Bahri, University of California, Berkeley School of Law J.D. Candidate 2015; Harvard Law School, 3rd year Exchange Program 2014-2015 On Saturday, October 25th, the Harvard Business School Finance…

Unread & Undead: The Citizen Hosts Fall Event

Unread & Undead: The Citizen Hosts Fall Event

Starr Auditorium is not a regular Friday night haunt for most Kennedy School students. But when it’s Halloween – all bets are off! Many say that print journalism is dying…

“Divided Families”: The Story of Separated Korean Families

“Divided Families”: The Story of Separated Korean Families

Jieun, could you tell us more about your film Divided Families?  What inspired you to produce the film? This documentary tells the story of Korean families who have been separated since…

Staff Spotlight – Michael Silvernail

Staff Spotlight – Michael Silvernail

Staff Spotlight – Michael Silvernail Associate Director, Student Financial Services What do you do here at HKS? In my role as Associate Director of Financial Aid I help to make…

Eliminating Desire

By Patrick Daniel   “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.”  Proverbs 4:23 When Facebook launched on February 4, 2004 its popularity quickly spread…

Clean Energy as an Economic Catalyst for Divestment

 By Stacy Clark Reading Harvard Crimson Staff Writer Matthew. Clarida’s September headline, “School of Public Health Renamed with $350 Million Gift, Largest in Harvard History” immediately caught my attention. It…