March 7, 2012

A Local Adventurer

By Jennifer Hoffman, Editorial DIrectorSo I don’t have time to take multi-week excursions to far-off lands. So I don’t have the extra money to pay for airfare, hotels and decadent, delectable foreign cuisine. Does that mean my adventurer’s spirit is out of luck? Heck, no! Believe it or not, the […]
March 7, 2012

My Favorite Places to Hit the Slopes

By Shelby Hudak, Assistant Account Executive Any day skiing on a mountain is a good day to me.   Whether it is a sunny, warm day on the mountain that makes me want to wear my bikini, or it’s so cold that I feel like I don’t have enough jackets, […]
March 6, 2012

Wait! You Live With How Many People?

By Stephanie Burke, Assistant Account Executive I never thought that living in a Sigma Kappa sorority house with 17 other people would relate to my major. And no, I am not a psychology major counseling myself to sanity. In my public relations major you have to learn how to work […]
March 2, 2012

What is Stop Motion?

By Adam Prieto, Photographer / Videographer Have you ever drawn objects on the corners of binder papers or Post-its? Drawing the images slightly different, then bringing them to life by flipping through them with your thumb? Well, that’s what is called stop-motion animation. It’s a cinematic process or technique that brings […]
March 1, 2012

Look Alive, Man

By Christina Rafael, Photographer/Videographer Last week I woke up in a pile of my own drool. As I awoke, I slowly took in my surroundings. I was about 30 minutes into my hour-long class, laying face down on my backpack. As I looked around the room, I was assured by […]
February 28, 2012

Life After the Glory Days

By Becky Edwards, Assistant Account Executive I know for certain I am not the only graduating individual worried about entering the “real world” that is fast approaching in fewer than 90 days. The past four-plus years have been about homework, weekly agency meetings and waiting for allowance on the first […]