4 ways college students can start building a network in D.C.

4 ways college students can start building a network in D.C.

  College students are (or should be) focused on successfully completing their four-year degree. But in the midst of homework, tests and having a social life, sometimes college students forget to make networking a priority. Networking is super important, and it offers you the chance to make valuable connections that may lead you to finding […]

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Goin’ to the big city: 6 easy ways to gear up for college in D.C.

6 easy ways to gear up for college in D.C.

  Maybe you’re from a small town, planning on moving to the Washington, D.C., area for school. Or, maybe you’re familiar with the nation’s capital but have never actually lived in a big city before. Either way, going to a college that’s five miles outside of Washington, D.C., like Marymount University can come with its […]

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MU alumna lobbies for death penalty abolishment in Virginia

Stephanie Niedringhaus, a Marymount University alumna, holding a sign that reads, "All Faiths Believe in Justice."

  As she attended Catholic school growing up, Stephanie Niedringhaus remembers one of the earliest religious lessons that she learned – that we are all made in the image of God, and that every life is sacred. Years later, she looks back and sees how that simple precept has guided her work in Catholic social […]

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