Graduate students propose public policy ethics expectations

While members of the local and campus community have rallied and marched against Donald Trump’s ascent to the presidency, graduate students at the Goldman School of Public Policy, or GSPP, have composed a professional oath for public policy practitioners in response to the surprising results.
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Study finds social pressure drives voter turnout

When people decide whether or not to vote, they probably aren’t expecting to cast the tie-breaking ballot. Instead, a growing body of research suggests voters go to the polls as a result of pressure from others — voting to avoid the social stigma of having shirked their civic duty.
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