“There Are Different Spaces for Music; It’s a Big Mansion” –– Yo-Yo Ma discusses the evolving political role of music.
Articles By: Priyanka Menon
Priyanka Menon '16 is the Covers Editor of the Harvard Political Review.
Hispanic millennials have lower approval of the president.
Domestic abuse of women is as pervasive as is it difficult to counsel.
Ten HPR writers discuss their experiences this summer interning, traveling, politicking, going home, and more!
Reporting on Huntsman, Rudd, and Richburg's conversation about the rise of China and US-China relations in the JFK Forum.
The HPR's Zak Lutz and Priyanka Menon liveblog House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's JFK Forum Address
The New York Times asks: was the three-fifths compromise in the Constitution really as necessary as we are taught?
Looking at France's first steps toward legalizing same-sex marriage.
Priyanka Menon explains the political nature of Brazil's hip-hop scene, and its importance to the country as a whole.