President Obama nominates an HPR Business Board alumnus for his second-term Cabinet.
Articles By: Andrew Seo
Andrew Seo '14 is the Editor-in-Chief of the Harvard Political Review. He writes for the campus section, reviewing university policies and covering forums at the Institute of Politics. He is a history concentrator and resident of Quincy House.
Former chair of the Princeton Economics Department will return to deliver Baccalaureate address
Making education accessible and affordable could re-inspire students
New York Times blogger Nate Silver, who correctly predicted all 50 states in the 2012 presidential election, has released his own forecast for the 85th Academy Awards. He has done this twice before, in 2009 and 2011, with a 75% success rate. He’s only 2 out of 4 right now with 2 major categories left, which suggests that predicting election results ... Read More
The Editorial Board of the Harvard Political Review is pleased to announce the launch of its newest blog, “The Short List.” This blog will be your one-stop source for the most scintillating, entertaining, and dynamic political content on the web. “The Short List” will feature a diverse slate of content on a daily basis, from humorous GIFs to the best long-form journalism. We ... Read More
How recent Harvard graduates are changing the way Americans vote for the better
Seventeen HPR writers discuss their experiences this summer interning, traveling, politicking, going home, and more.
Mayor Bloomberg's proposed soda ban is the first step in the right direction towards improving public health
It’s a highly under-discussed issue of our time, yet it also happens to have the greatest impact on this country’s future. And when it garners the attention of the media, it’s never for the progress that’s being made. Welcome to the world of education reform in the 21st century, when the story that grabs headlines and leads the evening news ... Read More
The United States must reenergize U.S.-Turkey relations; if it does not, it runs the risk of potentially losing one of its greatest Middle Eastern allies.
Harvard Law School professor Lawrence Lessig discusses reforming campaign finance and bringing democracy back to the people with the HPR.
The least democratic part of American government is unlikely to change anytime soon.