From A to Z: Woody Woo in 2016-2017

Jul 13, 2017
Published by: Public Affairs
From hosting an Auction to weighing in on the Zika virus, the 2016-17 academic year at the Woodrow Wilson School was both productive and exciting! The Woo family tuned in to a new podcast series, supported local charities, and learned from the experiences and expertise of many high-profile figures in public policy. Take a look back at these and many more of our highlights from the year. Story in Issu: https://issuu.com/woodrowwilsonschool/docs/...

Politics & Polls #50: One-Year Anniversary

Jul 11, 2017
Published by: Public Affairs
*/ The Woodrow Wilson School is celebrating the one-year anniversary of Politics & Polls! In this episode, Professors Julian Zelizer and Sam Wang reflect on everything that’s transpired over the past year, from the presidential campaign to President Donald Trump’s election. Podcast here.
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Fourth of July Q&A: Zachary Beecher, Class of 2013, Captain, U.S. Army

Jul 5, 2017
*/ In honor of the Fourth of July, Zachary Beecher, a member of the Woodrow Wilson School's Class of 2013 and a captain in the U.S. Army, answered our questions via email. In this Q&A, he reflects on freedom, finding strength in differences and how his experiences at Princeton shaped his worldview. Full story here.
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Politics & Polls #49: Democracy, Gerrymandering, Federalism & More

Jun 28, 2017
Published by: Public Affairs
America’s experienced a blitz of political twists and turns in the past few months, which may cloak some of the deep-rooted challenges still facing the nation. Still looming large in the background are issues related to the political process — like democracy, gerrymandering, voting laws and federalism. */ In this episode, the focus turns toward the structure of politics with special guest Heather Gerken, one of the country’s leading experts on...

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