Rockhurst High School students visited the U.S. Capitol as they waited to attend Friday’s inauguration.
Rockhurst High School students visited the U.S. Capitol as they waited to attend Friday’s inauguration. Chris Lawson
Rockhurst High School students visited the U.S. Capitol as they waited to attend Friday’s inauguration. Chris Lawson

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