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 […]
February 27, 2012

Taking My TOMS to Ghana

By Colby Smith, Assistant Account Executive and Photographer/Videographer I get questions about all sorts of stereotypes, generalizations and mistruths after I tell people I studied abroad in Africa: Africa is a country. Safaris. Starving children with guns. Jungles surround you. People speak in tongues. And of course I have to […]
February 24, 2012

M. O. H. 101

By Jackie Richardson, Account Executive A wedding can be the happiest time of one’s life … but does anyone think about the exhausting task of being the maid of honor? When my sister asked me to be her maid of honor, I was ecstatic; but then I realized what I […]