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When Pub-Campers Converge


Keep your eyes peeled this weekend: you may spot some totebags around DC, but you’ll more likely see civic-minded web developers. Yup, it’s Public Media Camp again. It’s an annual “un”- conference that brings together innovators from PBS, NPR and … Continue reading

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Adieu, D.C.


I’m back at school now, and it’s been a rough adjustment. It’s a challenge shifting gears from a full-time intern and part-time tourist to that of a Second Semester Senior in a midwestern city in the “Butler Bubble.” Thanks for … Continue reading

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Capitol Hill ‘Hood


I paused for a moment while crossing the street. The neighborhood was almost peaceful. As I gazed down the street, I could see the Capitol brightly lit against the black sky. It was practically at arms length. Continue reading

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No Turning Back


Last night I did a “pre-pack” to see if everything would fit. And guess what? I think it will! I managed to fit an entire semester’s worth of clothes, office supplies and accessories into 3 suitcases. My friend Marianne should … Continue reading

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