• Preaching Beyond the Choir: How to Make National Service a National Priority
  • Join WEFA and WPA for an Anti-Poverty Policy Discussion on Friday, April 10th
  • The Transition from an Unpaid, Unprotected Internship Model
  • The Dangerous Scheme of the NRA
  • Preaching Beyond the Choir: How to Make National Service a National Priority

    Preaching Beyond the Choir: How to Make National Service a National Priority

    Kristy Brown   Last month, Chelsea Clinton and Jimmy Kimmel launched a PSA on Kimmel’s late night talk show that promoted Serve A Year, a new campaign that encourages young adults between the ages of 17-24 to serve a year as an AmeriCorps member. Modeled after the heralded Peace Corps […]

  • Join WEFA and WPA for an Anti-Poverty Policy Discussion on Friday, April 10th

    Join WEFA and WPA for an Anti-Poverty Policy Discussion on Friday, April 10th

    WEFA/WPA Anti-Poverty Policy Discussion Date: Friday, April 10, 2015 Time: 5:00pm – 5:30pm Reception | 5:30pm – 7:00pm Program Location: Rice Forum, Puck Building RSVP: http://wagner.nyu.edu/events/wefa-04-10-2015 Join WEFA and WPA for a panel discussion on anti-poverty policy in the U.S. to address questions such as: What are the causes of poverty? Who are people in […]

  • The Transition from an Unpaid, Unprotected Internship Model

    The Transition from an Unpaid, Unprotected Internship Model

      Tabatha Renz   Touted as a gateway to professional advancement, internships have long been a rite of passage for students and those seeking a career shift. That rite of passage has increased in prevalence and cost. It is estimated that more than one million students take on internships annually […]

  • The Dangerous Scheme of the NRA

    The Dangerous Scheme of the NRA

    Liz Casey   Our federal government is gridlocked. The dysfunction in Washington prevents the passage of meaningful legislation. Change will not happen nationally, but locally. These are just some of the commonly shared perceptions of the effectiveness of our federally elected officials. Given the acrimonious state of federal bipartisan politics, […]

 

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Preaching Beyond the Choir: How to Make National Service a National Priority

Preaching Beyond the Choir: How to Make National Service a National Priority

Kristy Brown   Last month, Chelsea Clinton and Jimmy Kimmel launched a PSA on Kimmel’s late night talk show that promoted Serve A Year, a new campaign that encourages young adults between the ages of 17-24 to serve a year as an AmeriCorps member. Modeled after the heralded Peace Corps […]

 
 

Join WEFA and WPA for an Anti-Poverty Policy Discussion on Friday, April 10th

Join WEFA and WPA for an Anti-Poverty Policy Discussion on Friday, April 10th

WEFA/WPA Anti-Poverty Policy Discussion Date: Friday, April 10, 2015 Time: 5:00pm – 5:30pm Reception | 5:30pm – 7:00pm Program Location: Rice Forum, Puck Building RSVP: http://wagner.nyu.edu/events/wefa-04-10-2015 Join WEFA and WPA for a panel discussion on anti-poverty policy in the U.S. to address questions such as: What are the causes of poverty? Who are people in […]

 
 

The Transition from an Unpaid, Unprotected Internship Model

The Transition from an Unpaid, Unprotected Internship Model

  Tabatha Renz   Touted as a gateway to professional advancement, internships have long been a rite of passage for students and those seeking a career shift. That rite of passage has increased in prevalence and cost. It is estimated that more than one million students take on internships annually […]

 
 

The Dangerous Scheme of the NRA

The Dangerous Scheme of the NRA

Liz Casey   Our federal government is gridlocked. The dysfunction in Washington prevents the passage of meaningful legislation. Change will not happen nationally, but locally. These are just some of the commonly shared perceptions of the effectiveness of our federally elected officials. Given the acrimonious state of federal bipartisan politics, […]

 
 

How We Have Failed Our Interpreters

How We Have Failed Our Interpreters

Jason Hansman   About once a year, I get the same message from one of the soldiers I served with: “I’m trying to help my former interpreter move to the United States, what can be done?” Sadly my answer is almost always the same: “very little.” The process the interpreters […]

 
 

Op-Ed Writing for Policymakers this Monday 3/30 6:00-8:00.

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The Wagner Review hosts an Op-Ed Writing for Policymakers this Monday 3/30 6:00-8:00. Have you been wanting to up your writing game? Have an op-ed deadline coming soon and looking for some tips? This is the event for you! Where: Rice Conference Room, 2nd Floor 295 Lafayette Street, New York RSVP: http://wagner.nyu.edu/events/wagner-03-30-2015 Questions? Contact […]

 
 

The Battle Over Women’s Health: How Far Is Too Far?

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Kathleen Graham   Roe v. Wade forever changed women’s health and empowerment. However, the battle over a woman’s right to choose abortion rages on across America. In the 40 years since Roe v. Wade, generations of women have grown up in a world where a woman has the ability to […]

 
 

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Now Accepting Applications for the 2015-2016 Executive Board

Now Accepting Applications for the 2015-2016 Executive Board

The 2015-16 Wagner Review Executive Board To apply, send your resume, cover letter, and a writing sample to wagner.review@gmail.com by Sunday, March 8. Please include the following in your cover letter. The primary position to which you are applying (descriptions below). Any other position of interest. Two 200-word (maximum) essays […]