The 14th Annual Harris Follies: A Night of Magic and Song
Earlier this month, Harris Public Policy students gathered in the Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts to enjoy the 14th Annual Harris Follies. It was an evening of parody and comedy inspired by life at Harris and the current political climate.
With skits featuring fictional dean search interviews with Bono, Hillary Clinton and Melania Trump; a Harry Potter-inspired class exploring the power of statistics to predict the future; and a Hamilton-esque ode to Interim Dean Kerwin Charles, the 2017 Follies proved to be a lighthearted night to remember. Follies, run by the student group Women in Public Policy (WiPP), supports career development opportunities at Harris.