February 15, 2012

Musings from a Designer

By Leza Ahrens, Graphic Designer   I had the opportunity to work on a logo for the Center for Entrepreneurship this summer. Thrilled with the opportunity, I couldn’t wait to get started. When the time finally came, however, I was stumped. I couldn’t think of anything to make into a […]
February 14, 2012

Coffee’s Local Flavor

 By Alia Gray, PR Director  Hi. My name is Alia … and I’m addicted to coffee. As a public relations student and an athlete, my days tend to fill up pretty quickly. So, I rely on my favorite performance enhancer: a strong French roast, with just a touch of cream. […]
February 10, 2012

How to Make a Business Card

By Mark Rojas, Art Director Business cards are very important networking tools, not just a resource to try to win free lunches. My basic recommendations include carrying them with you at all times and to not be afraid to deal them out in multiple quantities. I have made a video to […]
February 8, 2012

Clue Into Your Craze

By Megan Grasty, General Manager   My passion for food, cooking, eating and baking has led me to discover a new version of cookbooks: blogs. I’ve found that food blogs are an enhanced version of a cookbook; they have a never-ending index of recipes utilizing the most up-to-date trends in […]
December 14, 2011

It’s a Twin Thing

By Account Executive, Rebecca Edwards No, I can’t read her mind. No, I can’t finish her sentences. No, I can’t tell you what she is doing at this very second. But am I thankful for being a twin? Yes. Asking good questions is important in life. In the public relations […]
December 8, 2011

How to Be a Crafty Claus

By Ashley Ricci Shaffer, Social Media Director In light of the holiday season, many of us are frantically searching for the best deals for gifts. However, sometimes the best deals might not be the ones you find during sales in-store or online. Sometimes, the best deals and gifts come from […]