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Summer 2020

Pranav Senthilvel on data and AI

Max Himpe on arts in New Haven

Eric Krebs on urban policy post-COVID-19

Joe Peck on the reconstruction of global politics

Neha Middela on under-represented literary fiction

Zahra Yarali on public education

Timothy Han on faith and politics

Daevan Mangalmurti on life for immigrant and “guest” Americans

Sarah McKinnis on space exploration and politics

Isabella Li on discrimination in healthcare

Wei-Ting Shih on comparative international politics

Aidan Campbell on rural life and politics

Spring 2020

Sindhura Siddapureddy on mental health and healthcare

Isiuwa Omoigui on race and politics

Joe Peck on the death of European liberalism

Fall 2019

Weronika Betta on human rights crises

The Overlooked Human Rights Crisis of the Amazon Fires 

On the Perils of Oversimplification

Kevin Xiao on political polarization

Returning to Political Sanity

Green Eggs and Ham: The Future of American Politics

Olivia Tan on water politics around the world

Treated Sewage is the New Water: Singapore’s Water Reclamation Story

– The Conundrum of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

Summer 2019

Allison Park on presidential and New York City politics

What’s the deal with Bill de Blasio?

– What Kamala Harris’ Prosecutor Past Means for Her 2020 Campaign

Presidential Ambitions May Stunt Democrat Senate Prospects

Lizzie Bjork on the 2020 democratic candidates

Honey Badger or Tortoise: Kirsten Gillibrand Struggles to Break Through a Crowded Field

– Rising Star or Shooting Star: Castro Capitalizes on the First Debate

Midwestern Nice: In Contrast to Rivals, Amy Klobuchar Touts Bipartisanship

The Greenest Governor: Jay Inslee Emphasized Climate Proposals

Catherine Zou on culture

Review: You Need to Calm Down

Writing the Political Millennial in Sally Rooney’s Novels

Pre-Frosh Columnist Program

Mina Caraccio on Catalan politics

12 Angry Men: Catalan Democracy on Trial

– Homage to Orwell—The Misinformation Campaign Against Catalonia

– Operation Ballot Box

Sindhura Siddapureddy on social justice and international politics

The Curse of Caste

On a Woman’s Freedom to Insult

Spring 2019

Oona Holahan on movies and TV

Matthew Barney’s Redoubt

Short Films

Review of Roma

Joe Peck on American and European politics

John McCain Was Not A Hero

Wild Left Hero

The Unavailing Statesman

Claire Kalikman on culture

“Coisa Mais Linda” Really is the Most Beautiful New Show

“Lady J”: What’s In a Name

Your Best Bet for Binging: Elite

Kevin Han on Asian politics

The Way for Huawei

A Korean Moon Shot

The Curious Case of Tsai Ing-wen

Fall 2018

Jorge Familiar Avalos on Mexican politics

On Oil Refineries and Change

A Tale of Two Infrastructure Projects

AMLO’s Greatest Challenge

AMLO, Trump, and the Caravan

Morena’s Great Power and Responsibility

AMLO’s Stage Fright

Jacob Hutt on American politics

Protecting Republics from Republicans (and Democrats too)

Can Trump End Birthright Citizenship?

How Should We Have Judged Kavanaugh?

Abby Lee on the politics of culture

Thank U, Next: A Love Letter to Self Love

The Disappearance of Joan Brown

The Gender Politics of Ballroom Dancing

Failing to Reclaim “Anaconda”