Keys to the City

By Rand Richards Cooper ’80

On an island where apartments sell for $90 million, what’s the 99 percent to do? Alicia Glen ’88 is leading New York City’s ambitious plan to make housing more affordable.

Point of View: Hello to All That

By Soo Youn ’96

So tired.
If late,
Get fired.
Why bother?
Why the pain?
Just go home
Do it again.

Hello World!

Hello world! Pardon my tardiness. These past two weeks have been quite a blur; sometimes I don’t know why I take on so many things to do. Nonetheless, it’s been a pretty rewarding two weeks. Next week, I’ll be away from school because I will be working the National High School Model United Nations conference in New York City, so I’ve been pretty busy this week trying to get the things in order before I have to leave. I’m a little scared for my impending doom—of homework—when I get back, which was a struggle last year after I staffed the same conference.

Law & Order in Real Life

A Future in Public Service

David Ullman '10 says his thesis helped him win a fellowship.

An interview with David Ullman ’10

David Ullman  will soon start a nine-month fellowship with the City of New York’s Urban Fellows Program.