Thursday, March 19, 2015
Full disclosure: The majority of my political knowledge stems from watching “Scandal.” Which is to say, I know a lot.
Fortunately, the 2015 NAA Capitol Conference was a valuable experience for government affairs directors and Shonda Rhimes bingers alike.
Tuesday kicked off with world-renowned photographer Platon, who has captured the essence of everyone from Prince to Putin. The charismatic...
Thursday, March 12, 2015
Public apology: I’m sorry for the things that I said. It was winter.
See, I don’t deal well with the cold. And I’m not even talking Minnesota cold. I mean Virginia cold. But hey, it’s still cold.
This winter felt like a particularly rough one, my only consolation to the below-zero wind-chill presenting itself in the form of a couch and a family-size package of Oreos. Much like a bear, I choose to...
Thursday, February 26, 2015
I once had a job interview at an aquarium in Ireland.
Admittedly, this seemed bizarre even at the time. Then again, when the job you’re applying for involves selling sandwiches you’re carrying around town in a red basket, there’s no…home office.
To add to the absurdity that was this moment in my life, my best friend also came along for the interview. The head of The Tasty Sandwich Guy only had...
Thursday, February 19, 2015
It’s hard to believe the 2015 NAA Student Housing Conference & Exposition is already over. Yesterday was even more jam-packed than the first day of the conference, with amazing speakers, sessions and tradeshow buzz from top to bottom.
As such, I write to you from the hospital, where I’m currently receiving an IV drip of coffee.
But while I’m wired, let’s get to it—a round-up of day two...