PR in the real world

Written by Chris Pouncil When people think about public relations, they may think about agents pulling their hair out over celebrities, having to step on a podium in front of dozens of reporters to talk about how their company didn’t mess up, or even creating a fake personality for someone because their fans don’t like …

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Research is power

Written by Gracie Ratterree Every person has that moment in their life when they have to make a pivotal career decision. Without adequate information, anxiety builds up, and fear may ensue. All of the what-if questions start racing through your mind. Questions like, “what if I don’t have enough experience?” or “what if I’m choosing … Continue reading Research is power

How I Used my Strategic Planning Skills to Plan Life After Undergrad

By: Senior, April Wood As I approached and finally entered the last year of my undergraduate degree, one question became an uncomfortably looming presence – What do I want to do with my life (and my degree)?  The truth is – I’m still looking. But I’d love to share my thought process so far. In … Continue reading How I Used my Strategic Planning Skills to Plan Life After Undergrad