In this highly volatile political climate, I try not to engage in political rhetoric and keep my opinions to myself. I can’t be the only one who was taught there are two things you never discuss in public: religion and politics. Easier said than done these days. So I’m sort of, kind of, possibly breaking… Continue reading Breaking a Cardinal Rule
By: Alicia Cashman Driving into DC, the night before the inauguration, was a breeze. There were no road closures on the way to the city, making it easy to see the capital from a distance. Once we arrived at our friend’s apartment, we discussed generalities of life and as WestWorld played on TV in the… Continue reading Experiencing Diversity in D.C.