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.
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