Articles By: Sarah Siskind
Sarah Siskind '14 is the humor editor and staff writer for the Harvard Political Review. She contributes a libertarian perspective to mostly domestic political issues. She is also a correspondent for On Harvard Time, Harvard's comedy news show, and draws political cartoons for the Crimson. As an undergraduate studying government, she currently she works as a videographer at Harvard University Media and Technology services. Along with running, tennis, and backpacking, she enjoys cinematography, figure drawing, and sketch comedy.
Sarah Siskind explains to the world what it means to be a Republican vegetarian.
Spain's failed economic strategy has several fundamental flaws.
From "dumb Dora" to an even less intelligent father figure, the evolution of the family sitcom illuminates gender relations.
Paternalistic Harvard administrators consider the extension of the smoking ban on campus, making it much more difficult for some students to smoke.
The authors of a recent Op-Ed are unfit for academic impartiality and are poisoning the purity of our discourse.
The HPR's live coverage of Barney Frank's address at Harvard Law School.
It will cost him 5 minutes, 67 cents, and 50 calories. So why not?
New technology enabling the extraction of shale oil from Israel's Shfela Basin could well be one of the most geo-politically consequential discoveries of the twenty-first century.