Intern Blog

March 22, 2016: A Day of Terror

Night is falling in Brussels and my fingers are still trembling slightly as I write these words... honestly, I don't even know what to say in a situation like this one. As my adrenaline and shock wear off while the sun goes down, the horrible reality of today's events begins to set in.
I feel sick. Disgusted. My heart aches like it rarely has before. For a moment, I...

What You Should Know About the Food Scene In Washington D.C.

Have you ever wondered what the food scene is like in Washington D.C? 

Creating the Value in Your D.C. Internship

How do students create value during their internships?

A Metro Observed

Why you might want to speak up on the Metro

How Many Aggies Does it Take to Enjoy Blizzard?

On January 20th, less than two weeks after arriving in D.C., I saw snow for the first time in the three years since I began studying at Texas A&M. 

A Texan in a Blizzard

Most of us understood that when we decided to take an internship in Washington, DC that there would be snow, but what we didn’t count on was the worst weather storm in DC in the past 80 years.

The Unknown Somewhat Revealed

 A day in the life of a United Nations Foundation intern.

What you should know about working on the Hill

An inner look at a Congressional staff and the unusual "bubble" that is Capitol Hill 

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