By Ana Lewett Weather on the East Coast should not have come as any surprise. I couldn’t of heard more weather warnings if I tried when I told my friends and family I would be interning in Washington, D.C. from May through July. “You’ll be in D.C. in July?” my West Coast friends would jeer, […]
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By Kali Woods A sense of patriotism ravaged the capital, as strangers from different places gathered together to revel in the anniversary of our country. American flags blew gracefully in the breeze as innocent children ran carelessly through the grass with their sparklers; barbecue grills kindled with the pungent aroma of charcoal smoke; couples kissed passionately […]
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By Miguel Pineda As a recently arrived intern I was amazed with all of the opportunities that Washington, D.C. has to offer. It would be impossible to see all that D.C. has in just three months, but one thing that has already taught me a lot about Washington is my internship with the Swiss Broadcasting […]
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