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Daily Archives: January 21, 2013
An update from Katelyn, a journalism and theatre double major who is blogging about Inauguration weekend on smudailycampus.com, where this post originally was published: The Inaugural ball may not start for another few hours, but operations are in full swing … Continue reading
An update from Katelyn, a journalism and theatre double major who is blogging about Inauguration weekend on smudailycampus.com, where this post originally was published: Americans flooded the streets of D.C. this morning, showing loyal support for the nation’s leader in … Continue reading
Another day, and another week has gone by in Spain. All I can think about is how nervous and worried I felt during my last days back at home because I thought I was going to get so homesick. Although … Continue reading
An update from James, a junior communication studies major and psychology and pre-law minor: “One dollar! One dollar for the best present for your kid. Obama bookmarks here, one dollar!” The Inauguration brought an influx of people and a variety of … Continue reading
An update from Blake, a finance and economics major and communication studies minor. Lynyrd Skynyrd honored U.S. military veterans at the Warner Theatre in Washington, D.C., on Sunday evening, just blocks from our nation’s Capitol building. With chart-topping Southern rock … Continue reading
An update from Julie, a senior journalism major who is blogging about Inauguration weekend on smudailycampus.com, where this post originally was published: Today has been a crazy day! I don’t think I have stopped since 8 am this morning. This morning we … Continue reading