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DC through the eyes of Jordan Taverner

The following story is a small part of an interview I conducted with one of my fellow DC Semester Students, Jordan Taverner.  -Brenna Cowardin

Learnin’ and Networkin’

This past Friday professor Chitralekha Zutshi, and the DC Center, hosted a conference on Kashmir to discuss its history, politics, and representation. This was

Three Veteran Tips (among other things)

It feels very ironic to be sitting on the train headed towards Williamsburg writing about my day-to-day life in DC. Then again, this is

And the semester begins…

As I sit here writing this, I like to think that I have graduated from the “tourist phase” of my semester here in DC.

The Next Big Thing

Since I’ve been in DC I’ve come across good food, great drinks, and even better experiences. Having your twenty-first birthday two days after you start a W&M program in DC could either be trouble, or the

Students Thriving in D.C.

After a quick 4 weeks in the professional field, the Leadership & Community Engagement Institute shares stories worth reading! Peter Kinton ’18: International Relations Major,

William & Mary Welcomes 2016 Summer Students to America’s Capital City

My name is Kady Kriner and I am a 2016 DCSI student. For those of you who do not know about DCSI, it is

A night of Psaki and sliders

Last Friday, my class got to meet a William & Mary star: White House Communications Director Jen Psaki ’00. In the W&M Washington Center, the

Finding Your “Baby”

For my junior year I was selected as a member of the W&M in Washington 2014 Fall Scholars Program, where I spent the semester