Staff writer Harry Hild '16 talks about his article "The NFL on Trial" in the 2013 spring issue of the Harvard Political Review.
Articles By: Harry Hild
Harry Hild '16 is a staff writer and works in design/layout for the HPR. He currently serves as President of the Freshman Caucus, which he helped found. Harry hails from Vienna, Virginia.
Though the NFL will be transformed to address head trauma, the essence of the game will survive.
By putting drone policy in the spotlight, Brennan's confirmation may have unforeseen consequences for the CIA and American foreign policy.
Tim Kaine’s moderate views helped him in Virginia but may conflict with party loyalty on the national stage.
HPR writers look at new arrivals in Washington, starting with the Senate.
Four HPR writers give their thoughts on the future of the Grand Old Party.
The GOP should refocus on economic issues rather than pandering to (or alienating) demographic groups.
The narrative of Democratic incompetence may, or may not, work out for the Romney campaign.