The Importance of Hello

By: Rachel Schultz “A potential friend (connection), is only a hello away” – Paul Liebau, Canadian Best-Selling Author I remember when I was a sophomore in college, there was this tall, dark-haired man who visited my track practices. Drew was a 32-year-old man who had an attention-getting smile. After many random appearances, I began to …


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Starbucks Gets Roasted

by Nikki McClaran If you got your iced caramel macchiato at Starbucks last week, you probably found “Race Together” written on your cup. No, this was not a challenge to initiate a store-wide coffee drinking competition, but Starbucks’ attempt at a social awareness campaign about racial inequality. The idea: Initiate conversation about diversity through your … Continue reading Starbucks Gets Roasted

Facebook and Apple Offer Paid Procedure Intending to Empower Women

by Jordan Rafferty Facebook and Apple are two leading competitors in their industries, always staying one step ahead of the game. Apple recently released a new iPhone and iPad, while Facebook has surpassed 1.35 billion active users. Both share a competitive nature, so it’s no surprise when they both make the same announcement, creating quite … Continue reading Facebook and Apple Offer Paid Procedure Intending to Empower Women

American Airlines manages potential crisis

By Elissa Huck Public relations professionals wear many hats and must be able to multi-task in order to fulfill several duties; they maintain media relations, internal and external communications and marketing functions. One significant responsibility of today’s PR professionals is crisis communications. A crisis is a major occurrence that could negatively impact a company. Any … Continue reading American Airlines manages potential crisis