Posted by Zach Dvorak

Washington D.C in the Rearview Mirror

Washington D.C in the Rearview Mirror

By Zach Dvorak This whole experience of going to Washington D.C seemed spur of the moment when I signed up for it in the spring and continued until I left the hectic capital. I choose to do this because politics has always interested me, and while going to some country abroad or a beach sounded … Continue reading

Pessimism in Government Spending

By: Zach Dvorak Today the main topic for our panel was focused on the budget. One area of the government that not many know, besides those book geeks who get excited by the intricacies of policy. Something I am, and most likely will never be. What I do care about is the central concepts of … Continue reading

A Need for Growth in Person and Politics

A Need for Growth in Person and Politics

By Zach Dvorak It took four days in The Washington Center program to start challenging the concepts I currently abide by. Whether the topic is of race, Congress policy making, or lobbying, the discussions stimulated by today’s speakers created chances I don’t typically receive in my day-to-day life. These opportunities provided through this experience are … Continue reading

An Open Mind to Expectations

An Open Mind to Expectations

By Zach Dvorak I leave for Washington D.C with an open mind seeing as I don’t want to cloud myself in a particular thought or feeling before exactly knowing what I will be doing on a daily basis. If I am honest, I don’t like setting expectations before I engulf myself in the environment. But … Continue reading