December 13, 2012

Leading the Horse to an Empty Lake

Is “Student Athlete” the correct label, anymore? By Joelle Cabasa, Photographer/Videographer Fact: Student athletes fulfill their manifest destiny… as pull-cart mules. Europe in the Georgian era (1700s – 1800s) is today’s college sports.  Before the calmer times of the Victorian era, Europe’s colonialism was rampant across Asian countries. Colonialism, as […]
December 11, 2012

PR Stereotypes

By Heather Wilson, Assistant Account Executive Considering we are at the final month of the year, I find myself only two weeks shy of graduating college and entering the real world.  With that said, I am constantly asked by my family and friends, “What are you going to do with […]
December 10, 2012

5 Helpful Job-Hunting Tips

By Molly Rose Livingston, Account Executive I graduate from college in less than three weeks. While that is exciting, it’s also pretty daunting. My goal is to score a paid internship or entry-level job by the time I graduate on Dec. 21. To achieve this goal, besides paying close attention […]
December 6, 2012

Christmas Crafts for Co-Workers

Social Media Assistant and Account Executive Stephanie Burke teaches us how to make a fun and easy Christmas craft.
December 5, 2012

Show More Appreciation, With Twitter

By Eli Gibbs, Photographer/Videographer The odds are stacked in your favor if you are looking for any artist or journalist on Twitter. While some may not be as interactive as others, most will have an account for the networking opportunities it presents. Twitter is a great way to circulate your […]
December 4, 2012

Please Turn Your Attention to the Flight Attendant Nearest You For Our Safety Demonstration… Or Just Tune Out!

By Lauren Fusco, Account Executive During the month of November I traveled a lot. A total of six plane rides, equaling to 13 hours in-flight. If you were to add up the famous “safety talk” that the flight attendants gave, it would be equal to 30 minutes. I understand that […]