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Public Service Review: Fall 2023

In the 12th edition of the Public Service Review, the authors are hard at work on university campuses, Capitol Hill, and abroad. As the cold sets in and the end of the year approaches, the authors are looking ahead. From public health to civil and international relations, these students address pressing needs in the U.S. and beyond.

Public service is made tangible in Public Service Review Fall 2023 with articles from Weiss O’Connor and Avraham Spraragen. Weiss details his experience as a cadet and instructor pilot at the Air Force Academy while Avraham speaks on his work toward peace on the ground in Israel/Palestine.

Congressional interns Arielle Galinsky and Jacob Greenberg share their experiences on Capitol Hill through a call to change and unity. Arielle discusses her continuing work in public health and the personal connection that drives her forward. In a sit-down interview, Jacob speaks with Desiree Koetzle, chief of staff to U.S. Representative Pete Stauber, to learn the importance of working together in Congress. Anusha Fathepure echoes the same theme while speaking with Stennis Congressional Faculty Fellow and Princeton University Professor Dr. Frances Lee.

Sam Guerrero and Rohini Achal speak on change as well, discussing their efforts to enact change through policy. Sam describes the need for financial literacy curriculum in U.S. public schools while Rohini highlights the need for an intersection of public health and public service. Finally, in part one of a two-part interview, Kennedy Guest shares wisdom and history from Ronny Frith, who has served with the Mississippi House of Representatives for 46 years. This piece will include the first state capitol featured on the cover of Public Service Review, and we aim to feature all 50 state capitols in future issues.

The authors of this issue cover many states, regions, and fields, but they share the belief in the need to serve. Through writing, discussing, advocating, and even flying, each student is working tenaciously to serve the needs of many. Let us listen and join in their work.

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