Now in its 11th edition, the Roosevelt Network’s 10 Ideas journal is a testament to the importance of changing who writes the rules. The 10 student-developed policy proposals in this journal are visionary but also scalable. They chart bold new ways to deploy public power for the public good, spanning issue areas and geographies. Each proposal is the product of at least six months of work: identifying a problem, conducting formal research, and organizing and collaborating with local organizations and partners, plus an intensive editing and review period that includes feedback from Roosevelt staff and alumni. Past policies developed through this program have led to a multi-chapter partnership with the Discovery for Justice coalition to address wrongful convictions in New York, expanded access to free menstrual hygiene products at Connecticut College, and partnerships with Chicago neighborhood alliances to combat gentrification.