Tagged with Capitol Hill

A Bulldogs Second Home

A Bulldogs Second Home

By Jon Lueth I hope this doesn’t come across as too repetitive, but if you read my last blog post you know that Washington D.C. is crawling with Drake alums, and members of the Drake network. There’s a wide array of positions, places, and so on in D.C. that the Drake network has successfully been … Continue reading

More Than Special

More Than Special

By Riley Fink Our visit to the Special Olympics was certainly an enlightening experience. We met with Bryan Klopack, a Drake alum (of course), who joined us in a board room lined with photos and trophies. Among the framed pictures was one of President Kennedy meeting with the first documented person in the White House … Continue reading

Sheltering the House

Sheltering the House

By Riley Fink Today, our group visited the Cannon House Office Building on Capitol Hill. Walking through this allowed me to appreciate, of course, the magnificent and fanciful architecture. However, it also put in to perspective the incredible amount of work and Continue reading

Don’t Forget To Kiss the Cook

By Manny Jacobson If you wanted to run for any kind of position, whether it being student body president, or President of the United States, there are many things that you will need to acquire throughout the campaign process. To make sure you get started, there is one thing that you need, and that is … Continue reading

Is the Government Working?

Is the Government Working?

By Manny Jacobson In the United States many people believe that the government is broken. They are under the impression that nothing in the government is working. Is this factual? Is it?