April 18, 2019
A team playing soccer.

5 PR Skills I Learned Playing Soccer

By: Roberto Burgos Soccer has been a big part of my life for as long as I can remember. I’ve always loved the sport. I learned how to control the ball, dribble through defenders and shoot with precision but I also learned many other skills that have helped me adapt […]
April 18, 2019
Kimberly Volkov works on the the computer.

How To Get The Best From Your Designer

By: Kimberly Volkov Have you ever struggled with talking to a designer or had trouble with them understanding your vision? This blog is intended to help clients understand and provide what is needed for designers. There is a need for clear communication, understanding and information about the project before starting […]
April 12, 2019
A person working on their laptop with the AP style book.

How AP Style Changed My Writing

By: Natalie Matheny Before being introduced to AP Style writing, I was unaware of all the mistakes I was making in my work. Taking a copy editing class and learning about editing marks and grammar rules has really changed the way I take my time to write a good quality […]
April 12, 2019
Street signs that read homework, procrastination and stop.

Don’t Procrastinate in a Professional Setting

By: Nick Denton As college students, we often procrastinate assignments because we think we have the time. As journalism students, we are always working toward a deadline. On multiple occasions I have left a big assignment until the night before it was due and I have never failed to get […]
April 12, 2019
A still life of a coffee cup, a paper and pen.

How to Land a Job Without Actually Applying

By: Marisa Bearden When students think about how they’re going to get their first job after college, the first step is usually to fill out the application. What if that’s where we’re going wrong? In my search for my own job, I have been offered an internship at a public […]
April 12, 2019

The Importance of Event Marketing