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Nicholas Stubblefield

Friday, July 19, 2019

Nicholas Stubblefield

“They’re very sexy politics.” I’m quoting my hometown mayor here, Rebecca Casper (already enjoying her second appearance in this blog series).

Nicholas Stubblefield

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Nicholas Stubblefield

Frank L. Vandersloot came from a modest upbringing. His childhood years spent in the largely untouched terrains of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho were graced by neither monetary bounty nor the elegance such riches can afford.

Nicholas Stubblefield

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Nicholas Stubblefield

Would you like to know what really floats my goat? Steams my ham? Bedazzles my corduroys?

Nicholas Stubblefield

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Nicholas Stubblefield

You’re going to humor me. This isn’t a request. How could it be? I’m here, you’re there. You’re reading now, I’m writing then.

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Monday, June 17, 2019

Nicholas Stubblefield

If you are only now tuning in to my adventures, I beseech you, dear reader, to start at the very beginning (a very good place to start). Unless you are already well acquainted with the cult of my personality, then you are ill equipped to understand the weight of what follows.

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Monday, June 10, 2019

Nicholas Stubblefield

Every summer NIST hires close to 200 college students for intern work. Hip, spry, and eager to work, these young folks are almost exclusively placed in research laboratories.

Nicholas Stubblefield

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Nicholas Stubblefield

When I received news of my placement in the AIP Mather Public Policy Internship Program, I anticipated a position on Capitol Hill.

SPS to me is community. It is those equally determined friends who endure the hardships together to
celebrate the triumphs.

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Nicholas Stubblefield

Boston College

AIP Mather Policy Intern

Nicholas Stubblefield

AIP Mather Policy Intern

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