• Op-Ed Writing for Policymakers this Monday 3/30 6:00-8:00.
  • The Battle Over Women’s Health: How Far Is Too Far?
  • Nimrud Ruins and the Failure of the International Community
  • New HCV Drugs Overpriced and Out-of-Reach
 

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

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

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?

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

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 […]

 
 

Nimrud Ruins and the Failure of the International Community

Nimrud Ruins and the Failure of the International Community
 
 

New HCV Drugs Overpriced and Out-of-Reach

New HCV Drugs Overpriced and Out-of-Reach

                    Sumit R. Kumar   The new Hepatitis C virus (HCV) drugs are a major medical breakthrough. Over three million Americans are being promised a cure to an otherwise chronic disease. If left untreated, HCV can cause cirrhosis (scarring of the […]

 
 

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 […]

 
 

An Undeniable Hero in American Sniper

An Undeniable Hero in American Sniper

  Tabatha Renz   Considering that Clint Eastwood’s latest flick, American Sniper, has made nearly $250 million since its release in mid-January and has become the highest grossing war movie ever produced, I am going to assume that most of you have seen it. I am also going to assume […]

 
 

Chronic Illness or Criminal Offense: Mental Health and the Criminal Justice System

Chronic Illness or Criminal Offense: Mental Health and the Criminal Justice System

Kasia Orzechowski On February 7, 2014, Jerome Murdough, a former Marine, was arrested in New York City on charges of trespassing. Unable to afford his bail, Murdough was placed in jail at Riker’s Island. He was housed in a mental-observation unit due to his diagnosis of bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. […]

 
 

What’s In An Ally? On Giving Focus in Social Justice

What’s In An Ally? On Giving Focus in Social Justice

View image | gettyimages.com Stephanie Henning   In the weeks and months since Michael Brown’s tragic death at the hands of police officer Darren Wilson, I have succumbed to a numbness. A numbness brought on by feelings of powerlessness, helplessness, anger, and sadness—heightened by the crushing weight of just how […]

 
 

Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Dallas Cowboys

Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Dallas Cowboys

Luke Melone   As the NFL gears up for Super Bowl 49 on Sunday, a growing debate over head injuries threatens the future of the sport. Professional athletes have taken notice and weighed in on the issue. Basketball superstar Lebron James has stated that because of health risks he wouldn’t […]

 
 

Addressing Global Energy Demand in North America

Addressing Global Energy Demand in North America

Maria Landa   By 2030, global energy demand will increase by 41 percent due to rapid population and economic growth. Between 2012 and 2035, global population is projected to grow by 1.7 billion and real (or inflation-adjusted) income will more than double. In order to promote more energy efficient activities […]