The Trump presidency has been characterized by popular dissent since its debut. As early as January 21, protesters at the Women’s March on Washington were ready to keep their momentum going for the next four years. HPR’s multimedia team was on the ground to provide an inside look at the day’s events. Many protesters used words […]
This semester, the HPR continues our series of interviews with the IOP Resident Fellows. For this installment, we sat down with Spring 2017 Fellow Sarah Hurwitz to discuss her career as a speechwriter in the Obama administration for both the President and the First Lady.
Beginning at 6:00 AM on March 29th, members of Divest Harvard and alumni blockaded the doors of University Hall in opposition to the university’s willingness to invest in the coal industry and to demand a meeting to discuss divestment from nonrenewable energy in general. Many equipped with books and laptops to study, students sat in twos and threes […]
HPR’s Multimedia Team presents the first edition of HPR Talk, the official podcast of and behind-the-scenes look at the nation’s premier undergraduate political quarterly. In this episode, we interview a few writers about their articles that appear in our Spring 2017 magazine, “The Police State.”
HPR’s multimedia team went out on March 8, International Women’s Day, to talk to pedestrians around Harvard and find out what feminism means to them.
“I’m a split-ticket voter,” she said as she sat down to talk with HPR’s Multimedia team on Halloween. In this interview, Fall 2016 IOP Fellow Sarah Isgur Flores, dressed in an elephant costume and bright blue wig, discusses her study group, media, and campaigning. Interview by Akash Wasil.
The Harvard Political Review interviews former Jeb Bush campaign manager and 2016 IOP Fellow David Kochel about the election that broke all the rules. Interview by Conor Healy