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By Lindsey Nichols There’s a sharp learning curve in the intern world, that’s for sure. Especially working at the United States Capitol. To start off the year, we had a snow day that shut down the entire D.C. metro area, on top of being in the midst of the longest shutdown in U.S. history (35 […]

Looking in all the wrong places

By Director Amos Gelb Let’s face it, interning is all about the job – the one you want and hope to get.  For most students, they are looking for the elevator up to the top floor and usually that floor is something they have persuaded themselves they have always wanted. Case in point, this past […]

Tech Tips: Shortcuts

“It’s supposed to be a challenge, that’s why they call it a shortcut. If it was easy it would just be the way.” – Rubin, Road Trip Shortcuts get us to our goal faster, but not always easier. When it comes to video editing, drag-and-drop editing is intuitive and simple. It’s also excruciatingly slow and repetitive. […]