Every semester students from Indiana University live, work and take classes in Washington, DC. These are a few of their stories.
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Zoo Lights

Zoo Lights

Recently, I became a member of a club I’m rather proud of. I have visited all 19 Smithsonian museums. An achievement 5 years in the making, I have greatly enjoyed my mini challenge. Each Friday, I would take some time and take in the free museums. I could spend all day in the Smithsonian galleries....
IU v. Navy Football Game

IU v. Navy Football Game

Living on the east coast, there are not many Indiana football fans. But after last weekend, I learned that IU students will truly never graduate from being a fan of the Hoosiers. Going to IU football games is one of my favorite things to do back on campus. The band playing, the tailgating fields, the...
Running in DC

Running in DC

Yesterday I ran my second race in DC. It was the Woodrow Wilson Bridge half marathon. Waking up to a temperature of 42 degrees and pouring rain, I knew today’s race would be a challenge. When I arrived to Mt. Vernon (yes, the race’s starting line was a Mt. Vernon, Geroge Washington’s home-how cool!!), I sat and...
Show your Natitude!

Show your Natitude!

Last week, the Washington Nationals claimed their first spot into the playoffs since moving to Washington DC. The Nationals, or lovingly called “The Nats” by local fans, have been on fire this season! Going to see a Nats game is a must-do for anyone living in DC. As a Chicago local, I have grown up...
A Picture Perfect Opportunity

A Picture Perfect Opportunity

Anyone who has met me knows that I love to take pictures. Traveling through Europe this summer, I shot over 3,000 pictures. Since I have moved to Washington DC a week ago, I have taken over 400 pictures. Washington DC is one of the coolest places I have had the opportunity to live. From kayaking...