The Roosevelt Institute’s annual 10 Ideas series is the largest undergraduate policy journal, sharing locally-generated student ideas from across the country to create policy change. 10 Ideas for Equal Justice, 2016 by Roosevelt Campus Network

The Roosevelt Institute’s annual 10 Ideas series is the largest undergraduate policy journal, sharing locally-generated student ideas from across the country to create policy change. 10 Ideas for Education, 2016 by Roosevelt Campus Network

Following a trip to Washington DC, Upasna Saha of Roosevelt @ Columbia reflects on the challenges of policy making: Ultimately, the future of policy depends on what it has always needed: passionate people with a variety of political allegiances, with knowledge of specific issues and the inner workings of the process. Passion may have become

Brit Bryd argues that New York City can solve its congestion problems and raise new revenue through changes in local policy. At its core, congestion pricing operates with one simple mechanism: attaching a higher cost to the activity of driving into the city center. Parking is an inherent cost associated with driving – and not

On July 16, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a new initiative to bring free broadband service to 16,000 New Yorkers living in five public housing developments in the boroughs of Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx. In partnership with President Obama’s ConnectHome initiative, the de Blasio administration has committed an investment of up to $10 million

Nikita Singareddy, president of Roosevelt @ Columbia, argues that Uber should continue to hire the formerly incarcerated. The existing body of research also tells us that employment plays a critical role in reducing recidivism. That’s hugely important given 67 percent of ex-offenders return to prison on our tax dollars within three years of release; most