By: Maddie Miller Washington D.C. proved to be an amazing experience for me, opening my eyes to some of the realities of America’s government structure, as well as exposing me to a culture I had no experience with. I have greatly grown on this trip; one of the ways that I have seen this is …
By: Maddie Miller The happy, cohesive group of Drake students took on the challenges that were discussed when it comes to budgeting as brought up yesterday.
By: Maddie Miller There is a nationally recognized problem when it comes to the national debt and deficit.
By: Maddie Miller What’s it like to get chills every other minute on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day?
By: Maddie Miller What do the Declaration of Independence, Constitution, and Bill of Rights all have in common?
By: Maddie Miller I am from a small town. My dad’s a large animal veterinarian and my mom is an elementary school teacher.
By: Maddie Miller Who hasn’t heard the phrase that when it comes to your career “its all about playing the game”?
By: Maddie Miller A call for unity has been made. While watching President Obama’s Farewell Address as a class, multiple students at The Washington Center began to peek their heads in, and proceeded to watch this speech with us.
By: Maddie Miller Getting an invitation is an exciting moment, no matter your age. Whether it be to a classmate’s birthday party in elementary school, acceptance to your dream school, or a simple opportunity to catch up with an old friend, invitations signal opportunities.
By Haley Barbour, Isabelle Barrett, Jon Lueth, Maddie Miller, Harrison Yu Just as we Midwesterners are used to a cold, blustery day, Washingtonians are used to tourists roaming their streets. Despite our best efforts to blend in, the occasional glance at a map and “Midwestern nice” demeanor set us apart in this busy city. The …