This blog post is about the inauguration, at least tangentially. I promise.
This is NPR.
By Riley Fink This morning our group went out to eat brunch, a necessary component of every D.C. native’s lifestyle. After taking the metro, we arrived at Annie’s Paramount Steakhouse, located in the area of Dupont Circle. This location is known for its strong connection to the LGBT community.
Drake University took home an important road win Saturday with a dominant performance over brunch at Annie’s Paramount Steakhouse.
Washington, D.C. runs on politics in much the same way that America runs on a popular coffee shop.
Or, how Washington, D.C. is an onion.
By Kylie Jacobsen With over 232 million users (including myself, a self-proclaimed Twitter addict), Twitter has become an extremely popular social media website worldwide. Twitter is undoubtedly one of the 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 …
By Kylie Jacobsen Today was the beginning of our second week here in D.C., and it is off to a great start. Right off the bat, we had the chance to listen to RNC Chairman Reince Priebus speak at The Washington Center this morning. Although he is a Packers fan (and as a native Minnesotan, I …
By Nathan Erickson Have you ever spent time in a new place and had more memories or emotions running through your mind than you knew what to do with? Maybe a keen observation that you are just sure no one else has ever noticed (Okay, everyone probably has, but it’s fun to share anyway) and …
In recent years, Grover Norquist has become a well-known figure in the national political arena. His anti-tax pledge, which many Republicans have signed on to, has had immense control in directing the Party’s tax orthodoxy. Thus, having the opportunity to hear him speak was an extraordinary opportunity.