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Should There Be Limits To Private-Sector-Driven Development?

Should There Be Limits To Private-Sector-Driven Development?

Lessons from My Leadership Service Seminar Experience in Detroit By: Myrish T. Cadapan-Antonio, MCMPA, Harvard Kennedy School, 2015 We were ushered into one of the tallest buildings in downtown Detroit,…

A Tribute to the MC-MPA Class of 2015

A Tribute to the MC-MPA Class of 2015

By Fayrouz Saad, MC-MPA 2015 (To the theme of Fresh Prince of Bel-Air) Now, this is a story all about how Our lives got flipped turned upside down This will…

Resilience Wins the Day

Resilience Wins the Day

By Justin Hartley, MC-MPA’ 2015 My Father instilled in me the virtues of public service from a young age. He exemplified qualities I can only aspire to have and taught…

Japan Trek

Japan Trek

By Roberto Simon, MPP ’16 What did I enjoy the most in our Japan Trek: Meeting Prime-Minister Shinzo Abe? Speaking with the Mayor of one of the cities evacuated after…

One Student’s 25-Year Dream For Harvard Kennedy School

One Student’s 25-Year Dream For Harvard Kennedy School

By Malik Siraj Akbar, Web Editor   In 1991, the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) admitted a young Chinese student, Edward Dianhui Dong, for the MPP program. Devoid of financial resources,…

The HKS brand is Second-to-None

The HKS brand is Second-to-None

Interview by Malik Siraj Akbar, Web Editor, The Citizen  The Citizen spoke to John Kidenda, the co-chair of the Africa Caucus at the Kennedy School and the activities the caucus organizes.…

HKS Arab Caucus: An Interview With the Co-Chairs

HKS Arab Caucus: An Interview With the Co-Chairs

By Malik Siraj Akbar, Web Editor, The Citizen Continuing our series of interviews with the representatives of different student groups here at the Kennedy School, this week we are publishing…

Disrupt North Korea

Disrupt North Korea

By Tommy Tobin The totalitarian regime of North Korea is no laughing matter. Between concentration camps, gulags, and political executions, North Korea is one of the world’s worst offenders when…

The Pulse of Public Service – Public Service Week ’15!

The Pulse of Public Service – Public Service Week ’15!

By: SPSC In collaboration with the Dean’s Office, research centers, programs, offices, and other student groups, the Student Public Service Collaborative (SPSC) is organizing the annual Public Service Week from…

College Quality & College Choice

College Quality & College Choice

An interview with Professor Joshua Goodman Finds Significant College Quality Effect Low-income, low-skilled students are at a disadvantage. Harvard Kennedy School Assistant Professor Joshua Goodman is undertaking ground-breaking research that…

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