Ever wonder if the U.S. or Asia has the best railway/ public transportation systems. I will focus on the country of Japan and its rail system. They say the world goes round. Of course, this is obvious, but literally people travel everyday by different means of transportation. Since 2008 and the election of U.S. […]
Everything has an ending and internships end sooner than you think – in Washington D.C. of all places at that. This post will describe what someone should do before departing from their internships and singing the blues. Greetings friends, hope everyone in the U.S. had a wonderful Thanksgiving. If you’re happening to read this and […]
A few years back when I initially arrived in D.C., I was enrolled in the Washington Center academic internship program. One of the seminars I remember, which was highly recommended, had to deal with the topic of, “life balance.” Initially, I laughed at this seminar and said to myself, “how can one not have […]
This week, I am going to focus on the internship experience, but a different issue that many students are hesitant to address.
Who would of thought having a balanced budget in D.C. actually could exist. Of course I am not talking about the federal government, I am talking about you being a role model and making a balanced budget.
Do you remember your first job interview? It was scary and nerve racking? However, here is some advice for a more laid back kind of interview called an informational interview.
Vladimir Putin answers questions about Ukraine, oil prices, Russian economy, Crimea and much more during the annual press conference held in Moscow, Russia
H.Res.758 Looks To Confront Russia by giving the US the capability to go to war by invoking article 5 of a NATO collective security agreement.