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American Politics DC Winter Seminar Day 7: Finding The Mushroom People

And now the man who needs no introduction: Me, Abe, Today was our last day, which is sad. Most of us started the morning

American Politics DC Winter Seminar Day 6: Three’s Company

I am back, back again. Abe here reporting from the 75°-Thermostat–Yet–Still–Somehow–Freezing Apartment I have called home the past week or so. Let’s talk about

American Politics DC Winter Seminar Day 5: Donuts with Daddy

As if we need introductions, I’m Abe. Got it? Good. Now, let’s move on. We got donuts today. That was really the highlight, but

American Politics DC Winter Seminar Day 4: The Gun, The Chair, and The Devil

Abe here. If you don’t already know me, I’m the guy who sacrifices sleep and limb every night to write to you about the

American Politics DC Winter Seminar Day 3: #FindKenny

Have you seen this man? Our Friend Kenny fell behind the group while reading about the Magna Carta1 DO NOT WORRY, HE CAUGHT UP,

American Politics DC Seminar Day 2: Snow, Society, and Subsidies

Abe here, I have an early, very, very, very… cold morning tomorrow, so let’s get this done real quickerino while I jam out to

American Politics Winter DC Seminar Day 1: Pride and Prejudice

Good Evening, Abe here reporting from the timeless void that is my apartment living room. It’s supposed to snow tomorrow, which is cool. They say

Winter DC Welcome

Hey y’all, I’m Abe Winterscheidt, a sophomore at William & Mary, double majoring in government and economics. I’ll be a part of the American

Lifetime Speech – Cameron How ’20

Guest blogger Cameron How explains the intention of his Lifetime Speech in the brief video linked below. Students enrolled in the W&M DC Summer