I was referring to your intellectual penis. Which is quite robust.
Jolie is creeping up on me.
I think school name matters a lot in public policy. I also strongly recommend you get some solid work experience and make sure you have a high GPA, because many jobs will have a strict GPA cutoff for interviews. Basically with public policy, you're going to get a stronger business background than you'll get in law school. My sister just graduated from a top public policy program and did it 3:2 (started it in her senior year of UG) and is having a lot of trouble finding a job, while her older classmates got amazing jobs.