Tagged with Washington D.C.

View from the Newseum

I am currently posting from the Newseum! We took a glass elevator all the way to the sixth floor and walked out on to the Pennsylvania Terrace. This is the most incredible view of DC. I have never seen anything like this! The photo above shows the Capitol in all its amazing glory. The other … Continue reading

Inaugural Discourse

Inaugural Discourse

By Sarah Schroeder “With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation’s wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle and for his widow … Continue reading

Twitter’s Ultimate Downfall

Twitter’s Ultimate Downfall

By Kylie Jacobsen With over 232 million usersĀ (including myself, a self-proclaimed Twitter addict), Twitter has become an extremely popular social media website worldwide. Twitter is undoubtedly one of theĀ best social media websites for finding information quickly, as tweets – or posts to the website by users – are limited to 140 characters (which makes them … Continue reading

Got Room For One More?

By Manny Jacobson Since arriving in D.C. a week and a half ago we have focused on policies and problems in Washington, as a federal government. I nearly, forgot that the city itself is going through its own problems. One of the most prominent problems is making Washington D.C. its own state so it can … Continue reading