NEW PLACE, SAME GOOD

AFTER graduating from college, I purchased a one-way ticket to Washington, DC. I'd studied political science and was interested in exploring career opportunities in the nation's capital.

But when I stepped off the plane at Dulles Airport, I felt unsettled at the prospect of building a new life. I'd left behind a community of friends and college professors I loved, to move to an unfamiliar city. For the next few months, I planned to sleep on a friend's couch and begin my job search.

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