Interest in Wilson School remains constant, while other social science departments see drop in concentrators - News
| April 25, 2013
In the first year of non-selective admissions to the Wilson School, the School saw the number of concentrators almost double, while other social science departments saw a decline in the number in its sophomore concentrators fall.
162 sophomores declare Wilson School as major, 62 declare politics - News
| April 24, 2013
In the first year of non-selective admission to the Wilson School’s undergraduate concentration, 162 sophomores had declared the School’s program as their major as of Wednesday afternoon. This makes the program, which is undergoing significant changes in its curriculum this year, the largest major for the Class of 2015.
After scandal, Spitzer ’81 rebounds - News
| May 06, 2011
The former governor of New York makes no excuses about his past.
“Life is a series of chapters, and you live and you learn and you go on,” he said. “I make no bones to people that I’ve seen peaks and I’ve seen valleys.”
But Eliot Spitzer ’81 — activist USG chairman, widely praised state attorney general, disgraced and scandalized former governor of New York, and now host of a primetime CNN talk show — also refuses to make excuses about his future.
Campus community reacts to bin Laden death - News
| May 04, 2011In the wake of the announcement that Osama bin Laden had been killed, expert faculty members have been publicly reacting to the news that the former head of al-Qaida and the mastermind behind the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks is dead.
Tuesday panel of professors covers death’s impact - News
| May 04, 2011Politics professor Robert George moderated a panel titled “The Killing of bin Laden: What Does It Mean for America and the World?” before a large audience in Dodds Auditorium on Tuesday.