Mitch Haag, a junior history major from Grand Rapids, Michigan, poses in the Russell Senate Office Building, where he interned during the fall 2019 D.C. semester. Haag will return to D.C. again this August to complete another internship in Congress for the remainder of the year.
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Dr. Mark Caleb Smith, founder of Cedarville’s D.C. semester program, is pictured speaking during chapel.
The COVID-19 pandemic left students without the classes, opportunities and trips they’d been excitedly anticipating from Cedarville University’s D.C. semester program. But nearly a year after shifting to remote classes at the end of the 2020 spring semester, deferring ceremonies and canceling study abroad programs, some opportunities are being reinstated, ushering students back into the classroom … and the airport.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "Ending COVID's "Filibuster" Re-Starts Cedarville's D.C. Semester" (2021). News Releases. 1317.