“They were a Sisterhood”: Government Policies Target Transitional Housing in Connecticut
“We don’t want to fund programs just to fund programs. We want to fund programs that are effective."
Back from the Brink: The Quest to Save the Bald Eagle
Thanks to scientists and policymakers, the bald eagle is no longer an endangered species. Can its success be extended to other animals in danger?Lina Volin | 8.24.2016
“We Live on the Edge of a Razor”: Inside Putin’s Prisons
On January 14, the Russian government banned fenya, the traditional slang of Russian prisons. Lina Volin '19 explores how the ban is just one aspect of human rights issues in Russia, behind prison gates and outside of them.Lina Volin | 5.15.2016
Electing Madame President: An Interview with Jessica O’Connell, Executive Director of EMILY’s List
The Politic sits down with EMILY's List's Jessica O'Connell to discuss the Clinton campaign, state-level women's rights battles, and her advice for women aspiring to political careers.Lina Volin | 4.28.2016