Posts Tagged: Oscars

Throwback Thursday: Actors Don’t Hide their Oscars, Why Should You? … It’s Oscars season again!

As we prepare for the Oscars this Sunday (Hosted by Ellen!) I thought it would be a great time to look at the lessons that the Oscars can teach us in government. Paul Binkley, in this article from the 2012 Oscars, remarks on how the government should not hide their awards and accomplishments. Originally Posted… Read more »

Actors Don’t Hide their Oscars, Why Should You?

As I watched the Oscars last night, I was reminded of a great quote from a good friend. Last Friday night, the Trachtenberg School honored one of its alumni, Frank DiGiammario, as our 2012 Distinguished Alumni Awardee. Along with being a an innovator, public servant, and all-around great person, Frank understands the great work federal… Read more »

20th Reunion Music Flashback, Oscars in the House, Roadtrip to Blacksburg, the Weekend’s Best NCAA Division I College Basketball, Virginia is Smoke-Free (almost), and Terry McAuliffe Shows The Hokie Guru Some Love

Hola, GovLoopers!! What a great weekend coming up!! And it has a great theme to it… the underdog (this is who the Hokie Guru usually roots for)… and we might see some underdogs win this weekend. First, let’s kick off some great music from 1989… the Hokie Guru has to get ready for his 20th… Read more »