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.
Articles By: Matt Shuham
Matt Shuham '15 is the Covers Editor of the Harvard Political Review. A History concentrator, Matt is the Finance Director of the College Democrats of Massachusetts, Co-Chair of the Harvard Institute of Politics Fellows and Study Groups Program, and a percussionist in the Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra.
Matt Shuham, Covers Editor, sits down with Jon Favreau to discuss the power of speeches, the logistics of speechwriting, and Favreau's next steps.
Lower income applicants don't aim to attend top schools, study shows.
Are Google Poems the first evidence of an artistic, self-aware, emotional search engine? No, they aren't.
“That sometimes human beings have to just sit in one place, and, like, hurt.” -David Foster Wallace, Infinite Jest
HPR Writers debate what the Harvard administration and students could do better to improve mental health on campus.
Despite its historical inaccuracies, Django Unchained is entertaining in ways that only a Quentin Tarantino movie can be.
Elizabeth Warren combines expertise on financial issues with a rare ability to explain them to ordinary people.
HPR writers look at new arrivals in Washington, starting with the Senate.
Romney has shown an adept understanding of the political necessities of running for president in a party governed by the remnants of the Tea Party.