Welcoming Prospective HKS Students

HKSDC and HKS Admissions director Matt Clemons held a lively and well-attended reception for prospective students interested in applying to the Kennedy School. The event was held at the Verizon Technology and Policy Center, which generously donated the venue for the evening. Prospective students enjoyed hors d'oeuvres while mingling with alumni, who enthusiastically answered questions about HKS. Clemons welcomed the applicants and explained the HKS admission process, highlighting that the Kennedy School welcomes a diverse pool of candidates from all backgrounds and experiences. HKSDC Council President Ben Goldsmith kicked off an alumni panel by recognizing the extensive network of HKS alum

Welcoming Prospective HKS Students

HKSDC and HKS Admissions director Matt Clemons held a lively and well-attended reception for prospective students interested in applying to the Kennedy School. The event was held at the Verizon Technology and Policy Center, which generously donated the venue for the evening. Prospective students enjoyed hors d'oeuvres while mingling with alumni, who enthusiastically answered questions about HKS. Clemons welcomed the applicants and explained the HKS admission process, highlighting that the Kennedy School welcomes a diverse pool of candidates from all backgrounds and experiences. HKSDC Council President Ben Goldsmith kicked off an alumni panel by recognizing the extensive network of HKS alum

Three Things We Learned at Happy Hour with the Kennedy School Review

The DC Alumni Council is always looking for ways to connect back to campus, and this summer, we moved forward on that goal! On July 12, the Council co-hosted a happy hour with the Kennedy School Review (KSR), HKS’s leading student-run policy journal. Current and former KSR editors brought copies of the 2018 print journal and shared a few of the ways alumni can be part of the publication’s growing community of readers and writers. Over drinks at Front Page, we caught up with classmates and discovered a few tidbits worth sharing: 1. KSR is not your great-grandfather’s academic journal. KSR is no dry tome destined for a dusty bookshelf. KSR publishes readable, timely news analysis and thoughtfu

Three Things We Learned at Happy Hour with the Kennedy School Review

The DC Alumni Council is always looking for ways to connect back to campus, and this summer, we moved forward on that goal! On July 12, the Council co-hosted a happy hour with the Kennedy School Review (KSR), HKS’s leading student-run policy journal. Current and former KSR editors brought copies of the 2018 print journal and shared a few of the ways alumni can be part of the publication’s growing community of readers and writers. Over drinks at Front Page, we caught up with classmates and discovered a few tidbits worth sharing: 1. KSR is not your great-grandfather’s academic journal. KSR is no dry tome destined for a dusty bookshelf. KSR publishes readable, timely news analysis and thoughtfu

Summer Welcome and Nationals Ballgame

The HKS DC Network kicked off the summer with our largest summer gathering to date, with over 100 new admits, students and alumni signing up to join us! Members of all degree programs gathered for a happy hour at the Bullpen on Half street to meet, mingle, and welcome new admits, interns, and recent graduates to the DC alumni community. They then took a short walk down the street to Nationals Park. Although thunderstorms threatened, the rain held off and the weather was comfortably cool for June. HKS alumni and baseball fans from the DC area, wherever they may have hailed from originally, gathered together to share some good cheer, while cheering on our hometown Nationals against the San F

Summer Welcome and Nationals Ballgame

The HKS DC Network kicked off the summer with our largest summer gathering to date, with over 100 new admits, students and alumni signing up to join us! Members of all degree programs gathered for a happy hour at the Bullpen on Half street to meet, mingle, and welcome new admits, interns, and recent graduates to the DC alumni community. They then took a short walk down the street to Nationals Park. Although thunderstorms threatened, the rain held off and the weather was comfortably cool for June. HKS alumni and baseball fans from the DC area, wherever they may have hailed from originally, gathered together to share some good cheer, while cheering on our hometown Nationals against the San F

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