Ivan V. Natividad is currently a graduate student in Georgetown Universitys Masters in Professional Studies Journalism Program. Born in Honolulu, Hawaii, and raised in Sacramento, Calif., he received his undergraduate degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara majoring in global studies and ethnic studies. As a post-graduate, Ivan delved into different career fields such as campaign and community organizing, youth employment counseling, and youth development and advocacy. He has done freelance advocacy pieces for outlets such as thenation.com, wiretapmagazine.com, and Asian Week News, covering sports and politics.
Natividad no longer works for Roll Call.
For politicos and Hill staffers, Washingtons Renegade Rugby Football Club is a way to escape the hectic hassle of work while playing a sport they see as political in nature.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid met up with fellow Nevadan Bryce Harper at Nationals Park today.
If the White House bowling alley were a person, it would now qualify for full Social Security benefits. Opened 65 years ago today, the Harry S. Truman Bowling Alley was constructed in the basement of the White Houses West Wing and then moved to the Eisenhower Executive Office Building in 1955. For Capitol keglers, here is a quick rundown of Washingtons local lanes.
Tuesday is here once again, and that means itís time for HOH to help you get to know another lawmaker through five fun questions. This week, Rep. André Carson (D-Ind.) discusses Peyton Manning, rap alter egos and art museums.
While most teenagers in Munster, Ind., could be found cruising around town in their dads old Chevy pickup, now-Rep. Todd Rokita was wheels up in the sky, flying a high-wing, two-seat Cessna 152 aircraft.
Tuesday is here once again, and HOH is ready to help you get acquainted with another lawmaker through five fun questions. This week, Sen. Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) discusses filibusters and fried chicken and recalls memories from his days in the Army.
While teaching English in Chinas Shandong province, Jesse Haladay picked up communication skills that would eventually lead to a career on Capitol Hill.
Itís recess Monday, and to celebrate, HOH sat down with Sen. Mark Begich (D-Alaska) to talk about the Last Frontier and its hockey, sledding and foremost painter.
For dozens of Members in the Pacific time zone and beyond, finding a routine can help fill long hours and thousands of miles spent traveling home. A few sat down with Roll Call to talk about their regular westward journeys.
Every week HOH gets to know a Member of Congress better through a series of five fun questions. This week, we visit with Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-Colo.).
As a child growing up in rural Alaska, Agatha Erickson always wanted to make a difference in the native community. As a rural liaison in the office of the states Democratic Senator, Mark Begich, she now has that opportunity.
Virginia Ginny Gano earned a reputation on Capitol Hill over the course of 37 years as the motherly taskmaster who kept the offices of Ohio Representatives running smoothly. Now she fills the same role as the administrative director of the Capitol Hill Chorale, a 90-voice ensemble that draws from the Hill community.
Tuesday is here once again, and that means it’s time for HOH to catch up with another Member of Congress. Today, it’s Sen. Daniel Akaka (D-Hawaii). Deciding to retire at the end of this Congress, Akaka leaves us with a song … in the park.
Nonie Darwish grew up practicing the religion she now condemns. Darwish, an author and lecturer, brings her message to Capitol Hill on Tuesday at an event sponsored by the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute.
As a reporter in Honolulu, Ashley Nagaoka Boylan asked the tough questions. As press secretary for Rep. Colleen Hanabusa (D-Hawaii), she is now the one answering them.
District locals looking for love this Valentines Day can tilt the odds in their favor by going on 20 dates in one night.
Rep. Mike Hondas road to Congress began in front of an audience of 30. And they werent even old enough to vote.
Tuesday is here again, and HOH has cornered another Member of Congress to submit to our five questions. This week, Rep. Mike Honda (D-Calif.) talks robots, tigers and iPhones … oh my.Q: As a Californian, what city outside your own Congressional district do you enjoy visiting the most? A: San Francisco, to see the 49ers play [and] so I can see how great it will be when the team’s home is in Santa Clara!
The rewards of teaching are many. Rarely are they made so apparent as in the case of Helen Engstrom and two of her prize pupils Nan Hayworth and Todd Rokita.
A nonbinding resolution in support of statehood for the District of Columbia has been rejected by New Hampshireís State-Federal Relations and Veterans Affairs Committee.
As the House tearfully paid tribute to retiring Rep. Gabrielle Giffords this morning, folks downtown were making sure Washington, D.C., got back to what it does best: rancor.
As a battle MC, the hallways and lunch lines of Rep. André Carsons junior high school became the frontline where he experienced the lyrical limelight, going up against fellow MCs in freestyle rap confrontations. Those contests, and that lyricism, helped shape the Indiana Democrats future in music as well as in politics.
Its Tuesday, which means its time again for HOH to get to know a Member of Congress better through a series of five fun questions. This week, Rep. Nan Hayworth (R-N.Y.) talks crazy ... glue, that is.
During the past five years, as homeless populations declined a bit across the nation, Washington, D.C., saw a veritable boom in the number of people living on the streets.
In his latest foray into American history, December 1941: 31 Days That Changed America and Saved the World, author Craig Shirley examines the days leading up to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the weeks after.