November 14, 2012

Capitalizing On Our Need For Capitalism

By Christopher Tavolazzi, Editorial Assisstant I recently got in a high volume debate with my roommates over the new Windows 8. If you haven’t seen it yet, the new operating system throws out the standard folders and drop-down menus in favor of colored tiles as its main form of navigation. […]
November 9, 2012

The Day After Election Day

By Rebecca Seylar, Editorial Director The day after election day is always an interesting one. Prior to Barack Obama’s victory, I found myself caught in debates with my family, friends and coworkers on more than one occasion. Sometimes they were cool, calm and collected, sometimes they were heated. But the […]
November 7, 2012

How to Put Your Phone Down When You’re a Social Media Addict

By Amber Whiteside, Social Media Director Surprise, surprise. I tend to have a problem setting my phone down. When managing different social media accounts, checking emails and updating my own personal sites, it seems impossible to shut off that little black thing buzzing every second. Even on vacation, I cannot […]
November 2, 2012

#HurricaneSandy Shows the Power of Social Media

By Mandie Niklowitz, Online Communications Director As I’m typing this from my computer in sunny California, it’s easy to forget that Hurricane Sandy has been wreaking havoc on the East Coast all week. But all it takes is one quick look at my Twitter or Instagram to be reminded of […]
October 31, 2012

How To Be a PR MVP

By Jillian Luchsinger, Assistant Account Executive As we reach the end of October, it also marks the end of my favorite season, the conclusion of the Major League Baseball season. While most have festively celebrated October preparing for Halloween with traditional orange and black decorations, I have spent the month […]
October 29, 2012

What to Expect From Your PR Internship

By Heather Wilson, Assistant Account Executive I am gradually approaching the last few weeks of my final semester as a PR student and one of the things I have really learned from my 16-year college journey is how vital and fundamental internships are before entering the challenging and exciting real […]