A Good Week
Cassius Austin Rovenstine ’10 - This blog was originally to be posted on Friday, but due technical problems during a late-night ride on the Metro, my deadline was missed. By now, our
I was, when I first registered for this class, eager to take the course, but unenthusiastic about the immersion trip. Spring break is my only opportunity to rest during the spring semester, and I would usually prefer to spend it fishing along the
Friday was the most relaxed day of our week long
After the Supreme Court, we were on our own for a few hours, and several of us decided to trudge through the rain and make a visit to one final museum. We spent an hour or so at the Air and Space museum, then we left for the hotel—where many of us took the opportunity to nap—before dinner.
We attended a very good dinner hosted by Greg Castanias ’87, where we also met with various other
The immersion trip turned out to be a worthwhile experience, and it has greatly enhanced my understanding of Congress and the Presidency. It was a fast-paced spring break, to be sure, but invaluably educational. I’m glad that I took it. There will be plenty of time for fishing in May.
First Picture: Greg Castanias thanking everyone for coming
Second Picture: Every mingling on the first floor.