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STORIES

NYPD CRIMSON  New York's finest at the Kennedy School. 

A MATTER OF FAITH  How America prays together. 

DIGITAL DISPATCHES  The revolution is being televised, tweeted, and blogged. 

AGENTS OF CHANGE  A Kennedy School alumna organizes the rescue — and education — of a young Ethiopian woman. 

BIG IDEAS  Research from around the School. 

"LADY MATH"  Deborah Hughes Hallett is a revered mathematics educator who has taught at HKS since the 1970s. 

SOMETHING BREWING FOR NONPROFITS  Jim Kales MPP 1992 finds an entrepreneurial way to put the Chicago-based nonprofit Aspire on strong financial footing.  

IN THE BEGINNING  Harvard Kennedy School turns 75 in 2011. 

SIBLING REVELRY  Five members of the same family have called HKS home. 

IN THE TRENCHES  Sarah Sewall HKSEE 1995intersects issues of war and human rights. 

DEPARTMENTS

DEAN'S WORD  

THE END RESULTS  Alumni in Haiti... Michelle Rhee MPP 1997 steps down. 

PUBLIC INTEREST  News bites from around the school. 

Q + A: Mathias Risse  

BULLY PULPIT

Home to a Place Never Been  Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice  

From the Forum  Mike Mullen... Gordon Brown... Heinz Fischer... Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi.  

THE BUZZ  Overheard at the Kennedy School. 

MAP  Explore a global view of our stories. 

IN PRINT

The Politics of Happiness  

Public Sentinel  

Moving Out of Poverty  

Going Local  

WAYS AND MEANS  Ambassador of Giving  JA Worldwide CEO and HKS Fund Chair Sean Rush MC/MPA 2007 on the importance of giving. 

EXIT POLL  JFK 50th anniversary celebrated 

FINAL SAY  Ed Barker MPA 2000, Director of Corporate Partnerships for Earthwatch Institute.  

ALUMNI

FROM THE FIELD

Long, Painful Stories  

New Venture for Marine Veteran  

ALUMNI BOOKS