A small fishing town in rural Japan undergoes a process of revitalization after a tragic natural disaster destroyed it five years ago.
“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
HPR’s multimedia team provides a brief introduction to the current HUDS strike while glimpsing into a rally held with students on Sept. 30.
“I’m getting paid in experience.” As an intern on Capitol Hill, I hear this line at least twice a day, nearly every day, from my fellow interns hoping to justify their time spent as an unpaid summer intern. Only about one in three interns on the Hill are paid, yet thousands of college students take […]
A day before the horrific shootings at a gay nightclub in Orlando, only rain could have dampened the spirits of both the participants and onlookers of the 2016 Boston Pride Parade—perhaps the shining jewel in the month-long crown of Boston Pride events. Mayor Marty Walsh held a prime position near the front of this year’s […]