Category: Campus

CSAD: Public Policy and Inequality

Professor Tom Karako inaugurated the first panel of the CSAD conference on the politics of inequality on a light note: “I’m going to say this all day long, but I think this will be my favorite panel.” He also acknowledged that an enthusiastic—and at times heated—online discussion had already begun among some of the conference’s

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CSAD: Interview with Amity Shlaes

Amity Shlaes is an author and columnist at Forbes, and currently chairs the board of the Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation. Her books include Germany: The Empire Within, The Greedy Hand, The Forgotten Man and Coolidge. Shlaes has also written for Bloomberg News, The Wall Street Journal, and The Financial Times, among other publications, and is also a regular

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CSAD: Interview with Charles Horner

Charles Horner is a Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, specializing in China and its relationship with the increasingly globalized world. Formerly of the Reagan and first Bush administrations, he is the author of Rising China and Its Postmodern Fate, which was nominated for the Joseph Levenson Prize of the Association of Asian Studies. He is also the father of

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CSAD: Interview with Ezra Klein

Ezra Klein is an award winning American blogger, journalist and columnist. He has worked for The Washington Post, MSNBC, Bloomberg News and the American Prospect. In 2010 he was named Blogger of The Year by The Week. In 2011 he was named one of the 50 most powerful people in Washington by GQ. Klein is the editor-in-chief

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Seniors: You Have No Excuse for Not Participating in the Senior Challenge

Seniors: Raise your hand if you had an internship during one of the last three summers. Now, keep your hand raised if you’re leveraging that internship into a job right now (in other words, keep your hand raised because you and I both know that internship is on your resume). Finally, whether or not you were

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