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A Letter from the Editor

By Martha Warrington|June 16, 2014

This summer, I am interning in Washington D.C., working for a totally stimulating, dense and important magazine nobody’s ever heard of. While I could spend my time here in DC fetching coffee and waiting for “the system” to notice me, instead, I, Martha Warrington, choose to embrace a piece of advice my personal hero bestowed…

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Wish Networking

Never Have Lunch Alone…

By Georgia Warrington|August 19, 2014

An Interview with Ebony Francis Before the summer of 2013, Ebony was a broadcast journalism major in the top-ranked Missouri School of Journalism, at the University of Missouri. And she was hot to work at a major network for her first internship. Fast-forward to the fall of 2013 and you’ll see a different story. And…

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The Wishington Post

3 Ways Nerds Have Had Their Revenge

By Woody Wilson|August 12, 2014

By Woody Wilson    July 29, 2014 WASHINGTON, DC – The San Diego Comic-Con just wrapped up. It’s an annual event that draws hundreds of thousands of geeks, fans and entertainment executives to the San Diego Convention Center to celebrate and promote pretty much anything and everything in comics and pop culture. I really don’t…

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Things to do

WISH Newsletter: Things to Do | August

By Hillary Kawahara|August 1, 2014

WISH Newsletter: Things to Do **DON’T FORGET TO ENTER! WISH FACEBOOK PHOTO CONTEST!** Upload a photo of your favorite memory in DC to the WISH Facebook page. The person whose photo has the most “likes” by August 6, will win a FREE pizza party for their townhouse or apartment! Kaypi Peru Festival  August 1-August 3…

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American Humane Association

Animal Heroes of American History: The Few, The Proud, The Furry.

By Eleanor Rose|July 29, 2014

I know a new congressional election season is right around the corner, and the air around D.C. is buzzing over contested seats.  But did you know there’s ANOTHER very, very, very important election happening right now? The  American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards have opened their polls! You can vote once a day for any of these…

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WISH Career Night for DC Interns and Young Professionals

By Billy J. Clanton|July 15, 2014

WISH Summer 2014 Career Night for DC Interns and Young Professionals “How to Keep Your Momentum Going Beyond Your Current Internship” Monday, July 21st 6 to 8pm. Pizza offered at 6:00pm Event to start promptly at 6:30pm.* RSVP REQUIRED TO ATTEND- RSVP TO INTERNS@INTERNSDC.COM   WHERE: WISH Classroom on Capitol Hill WHAT: An informative panel…

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Fall ’14 DC Internship Opportunities

By Billy J. Clanton|August 15, 2014

Fall 2014 Washington, DC Internship Opportunities Below are some internship opportunities for students for the Fall 2014 Semester. Best of luck, and if you are in DC, apply to stay at WISH Housing! Congressman Keith Rothfus The ideal candidate will be motivated, detail oriented and able to multi-task; possess excellent communication skills; and interact well with…

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DC Local Galleries - Wish

Beyond the National Gallery: Local Artists of DC

By Jacqueline Kay|August 6, 2014

By Jacqueline Kay    August 5, 2014 One thing that separates the District from many other major American cities (aside from being the Nation’s Capital, of course) is the vitality of its invigorating art scene. From awe inspiring art galleries and museums, to abundant offerings of the performing arts, DC has it all, and then…

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Facebook Exodus

11 Million Reasons For Facebook’s Exodus

By Hillary Kawahara|July 23, 2014

By Hillary Kawahara    July 21, 2014   WASHINGTON, DC – I can’t remember the last time I was on Facebook for anything other than business. Whenever I share something from one of my 10 blogs (which you should all totally be following!) it automatically goes to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Tumblr. But to actually connect…

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