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Three Tips for Dressing for Portraits

Usually the first question clients ask about portraits is : What should we wear?  Well, that can depend on whether you are planning a family session, an executive portrait or a fabulous Cashmere Session, compete with hair, make up and wardrobe.  167 more words

What does it mean to be a Busch School student at Catholic University?

Hey there! My name is Mari Nicole, and I am a freshman business management major here at Catholic. I am originally from Orlando, Florida, and I have been absolutely living my best life here in our nation’s capital, Washington D.C. 556 more words

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An Odyssey into Architecture

Hey there! My name’s Sam and I’m a freshman architecture student here at The Catholic University of America. Up until the start of my senior year of high school I barely knew Catholic University existed, much less what it offered. 1,375 more words

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How to have an Inter(n)esting Summer

Internships are a huge aspect of life at Catholic University. Hear from Anna G., a resident of Northern Virginia and a sophomore at Catholic U. studying politics, on her experience and advice on searching for internships. 864 more words

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Fall

Suddenly the air has gone from sticky to crisp, leaves are falling, and I am craving hot chocolate. It’s fall, the time of year that I’m convinced that it’s nicer to live in DC than most anywhere else. 417 more words

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Laundry

Of all life’s mundane tasks that I dislike the most, laundry is at the top of the list. It’s the Sisyphean stone of chores. There are so many tedious steps involved – taking your clothes from the dirty clothes bin to to the wash machine, coming back, putting them in the dryer, returning once more to take them out of the dryer, folding the clean clothes, and finally putting them into your drawers – and, unless you were do this whole process stark naked, you are never ever done with it. 359 more words

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How to Spend a Week in DC

Hey travel enthusiasts! Whenever you’re coming down to Washington, DC, to visit Catholic University, take advantage of the city and all it has to offer. There are so many different ways to spend your time, and in case you have a whole week to dedicate to your visit, I’ve got you covered on making the most of your time and making sure you won’t miss out on the most important attractions. 646 more words

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