The Harvard Political Review’s Swathi Kella speaks with Ragini Malhotra, a high school student living in a city outside of New Delhi, to discuss how COVID-19 has affected her life and highlighted problems with inequality in the country. Edited by Ryan Golemme Video Credit: Stuti Gulati Image Credit: Livemint Originally published Monday, Mar 30, 2020 … Read more
The Harvard Political Review’s Swathi Kella speaks with the Crystal Sprague, the executive director of Global G.L.O.W., to discuss how COVID-19 has affected the organization’s programs to empower women. Edited by Ryan Golemme Share your stories of COVID-19 with the HPR here: docs.google.com/a/college.harvard…dit?usp=drive_web Learn more about Global G.L.O.W. at https://globalgirlsglow.orgEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @globalgirlsglowTo learn more about Global G.L.O.W. … Read more
In response to growing fears over the spread of coronavirus in the U.S., Harvard University administration had students evacuate their dorms in a week’s time. The Harvard Political Review follows some of the experiences that students went through.
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Most days, I can’t help but fixate on my hair. Amidst the social isolation of a reality colored by COVID-19, I find myself constantly teasing, twisting, and tugging at it. Sometimes, I fear that I’ll end up running my fingers through my hair only to come up short and find that it, and by extension, … Read more