Monthly Archives: March 2019

The Three-Triangle Tango

by Sophie Creede, intern in the Texas Legislative Study Group Researching plastic waste for a class presentation last semester at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work and watching “The Devil We Know” caused my existing passion for … Continue reading

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P.F. Chang’s and Mentors

by Marissa Gorena, intern in the Texas Legislative Study Group Today I am sitting in the Texas House of Representatives County Affairs Committee office eating a leftover P.F. Chang’s fortune cookie, reflecting on something my supervisor said that will stick with me … Continue reading

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What I’m Giving Up

by Merci Mohagheghi, intern in the Texas Legislative Study Group As someone who knew very little about Texas politics and accepted a position as a policy analyst through the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work’s legislative internship program, I’m … Continue reading

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AOC, POC, OMG

by Elizabeth Churaman, intern in the Texas Legislative Study Group Politics are a fickle thing, sometimes very predictable; other times, obtuse, or even down-right dirty. In a place far away from Texas, a woman named Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) unseated a long-time Democratic … Continue reading

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