Three Harvard Kennedy School professors discussed issues affecting Black Americans and attacks on academic freedom at an Institute of Politics forum on Thursday.
Former U.S. Representative William Hurd, who briefly ran for the 2024 Republican nomination last year, discussed former President Donald Trump’s chances of reelection in the 2024 presidential race at a Harvard Institute of Politics forum on Tuesday.
Jared C. Kushner ’03, an advisor to former president Donald Trump, said acknowledging a Palestinian state would involve “supporting an act of terror perpetrated in Israel” during an event at the Harvard Kennedy School on Thursday.
The Institute of Politics saw a spring term record 905 applications as attention begins to shift to the upcoming 2024 U.S. presidential elections.
After Harvard Kennedy School professor Marshall L. Ganz ’64 faced allegations of antisemitism from three Israeli students, HKS Dean Douglas W. Elmendorf opened an investigation — a process that Elmendorf mishandled, Ganz alleged in an interview on Friday.
Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-Wis.) called for the United States to “wage cold war” against China “with the creativity and alacrity with which we waged it against the Soviet Union,” during an Institute of Politics forum on Monday.
Harvard Kennedy School students were split over the school’s bidding-based course selection process following class registration for the spring semester.
National security expert Fiona Hill said Russia still has significant geopolitical impact despite reputational damages amid the war in Ukraine during an event at the Harvard Kennedy School on Tuesday.
Amid fierce backlash to a Harvard Kennedy School event featuring controversial Palestinian professor Dalal Saeb Iriqat, the school and its dean distanced themselves from the event in a statement on Sunday.
Former Harvard Kennedy School Dean Joseph S. Nye Jr. compared unreset at Harvard today to protests in the 1960s at an Institute of Politics Forum on Thursday.
As the Harvard Kennedy School searches for a successor to outgoing Dean Douglas W. Elmendorf, some students called on the University to appoint the first woman or person of color to lead the school in its 88-year history.
The Harvard Institute of Politics’ Student Advisory Committee voted on Monday to approve a new policy outlining how the group can issue statements, a move that comes after the body faced internal divisions over whether to issue a statement after Hamas’ Oct. 7 attack on Israel.
Five Harvard Kennedy School professors discussed the role of dissent and discussion in democracy and on university campuses at an Institute of Politics forum on Thursday.
Former Massachusetts Governor Deval L. Patrick ’78 will step down as co-director of the Harvard Kennedy School’s Center for Public Leadership at the end of the academic year, the school announced on Tuesday.
Harvard alumni were split over former Harvard President Claudine Gay’s resignation, with some expressing concerns about the influence of conservative activists and politicians while others embraced her decision to step down after a brief, controversy-ridden tenure.
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