About The Citizenharvard-kennedy-mc-pic

The Citizen is the independent and free student newspaper of the Harvard Kennedy School. It is the institution’s most frequent publication. Entirely managed by graduate students enrolled in one of the school’s full-time degree programs, The Citizen’s editorial and business decisions are made absent interference or approval of the School’s administration.
As part of its mission to serve as a publication for the entire Kennedy School community, The Citizen regularly features contributions from faculty, staff, joint-degree students and alumni.

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The Citizen welcomes all contributions, including letters, op-eds, photographs and graphic art, which can be submitted electronically to one of the individual editors or to hkscitizen@gmail.com. All submissions become property of The Citizen. Because The Citizen receives more letters and columns than available space can accommodate, not all submissions can be acknowledged or printed. Letters should not be longer than 200 words and must include the name and contact information of the author. Columns should be 600-800 words long. The Citizen reserves the right to edit all material.