Social media safety: how to protect yourself and your content

by Briana Piercey We live in a world that is totally saturated with social media. Being constantly connected is the new standard. If you don’t post, tweet or “snap” a video of your every move, people may just assume your life is boring. The problem is, this habit can cause people to share too much, …

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Don’t let professional etiquette take you by surprise

by Nikki Carpenter One of the most intimidating aspects of the “real world” after graduation is business professionalism. It is the unfamiliar appearances, communication and habits that derive this intimidation factor. The days of being surrounded by students in gym clothes or jeans and T-shirts on a daily basis are long gone. The conversations change … Continue reading Don’t let professional etiquette take you by surprise