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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Future DC Hoosiers

Future DC Hoosiers

Today, I had a really great opportunity to speak with some prospective Hoosiers. The event hosted by IU brought high school students and their families to learn more about Indiana University and Bloomington. I love IU, so any chance I get to share my experience and motivate others to get their education at IU is...
The Big Apple

The Big Apple

A recent revelation I have had as a Midwesterner is how much closer things are on the East coast. I am used to spending hours upon hours in the car just to cross states such as Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa, while on the East Coast, you can traverse from big cities in only a few...
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...
Holiday Travels

Holiday Travels

DC¬†fall has been wonderful. Though it still rains a couple times per week, the weather has been lovely. This morning I shouldn’t have even worn a jacket, it was 65 degrees! Last Tuesday I flew home to Indiana and returned to DC on Sunday evening. The trees are uncovered in Indiana but are still undressing...
The 26th Mile

The 26th Mile

The 26th mile. The last 400 yards.   Kaitlyn and I travelled to the Big Apple last weekend, and revelled in the masochistic orgy that is the New York City Marathon. The determination of the runners was maddening, and exhillerating, and only added to the breathtaking melee that is the city in autumn. We enjoyed...