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Articles By: Jenny Choi
Jenny Choi '16 is the Multimedia Editor. Her primary interests lie in education policy, female involvement in politics, and technology's influence on politics. She plans to concentrate in social studies. Follow her @jchoi94.
HPR writers comment on the role religion has in their personal politics.
Matt Shuham '15, Covers Editor, discusses the reasons behind selecting this issue's cover topic, the Future of Conservatism, and some highlight articles to look out for in this issue.
Staff writer Taonga Leslie '15 talks about his article "Devil in the Details" in the 2013 spring issue of the Harvard Political Review.
Staff writer Harry Hild '16 talks about his article "The NFL on Trial" in the 2013 spring issue of the Harvard Political Review.
The first time I came upon this page, I couldn’t really tell what was wrong. A few seconds later, I realized that that is precisely the problem. Apparently this eye-opening (yet totally horrifying) collection is the product of someone’s procrastination on a random Sunday afternoon. I’m going to take this Short List post to explore the implications of provocative wake-up ... Read More
Colin Diersing, Interviews Editor, sits down with Ana Navarro to discuss what went wrong for the Republican Party in the 2012 election and the ways in which the Republican Party would be able to expand its Latino base.
Matt Shuham, Covers Editor, sits down with Jon Favreau to discuss the power of speeches, the logistics of speechwriting, and Favreau's next steps.
Daniel Backman, Associate US Editor, sits down with David Axelrod to review the 2012 presidential race and the former Senior Advisor to the President's plans for the future.
HPR writers Jenny Choi and Harleen Gambhir are liveblogging straight from Sanders Theater, where Sheryl Sandberg speaks today.
Members of the HPR staff give their own reactions to the speech and share their favorite moments from the hour.
Public interest careers need to provide viable and popular opportunities in order to compete with finance and consulting jobs.