Evan Horowitz, director of cSPA, joins this discussion about Governor Healey's planned tax reforms, noting he is “worried not just about the perception but about the reality of the state’s competitiveness in the new tax regime.”
“I’ve always been more interested in the civics of it all.” Ruby Belle Booth, A21 began working with Tisch College’s Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning & Engagement (CIRCLE) as an undergraduate and continues to study and support young voters as the research center’s Elections Coordinator.
Evan Horowitz of cSPA is quoted in this article on Governor Healey's new tax relief package, "It has a long term cost of roughly nearly a million dollars a year. That's a pretty significant permanent tax change to the tax system."
Tisch College and The Fletcher School hosted a conversation with former President of Costa Rica Carlos Alvarado Quesada with Professor Alnoor Ebrahim on the critical role of small countries in the climate crisis.
“It's the kind of expertise the school board needs to be able to make decisions together with young people that actually reflect student views, experience and opinions,” said CIRCLE director Kei Kawashima-Ginsberg.
The first Civic Life Lunch of the semester, a conversation with Sabrina Cartan, A15 on fan activism is discussed in this piece that also includes comments from Jessica Byrnes on Tisch's upcoming events focused around "citizen activism."