March 4, 2019
How “The Orville” Twitter account understands its fans

How “The Orville” Twitter account understands its fans

By: Martin Chang One show I’ve become a big fan of is “The Orville.” It is Seth Macfarlane’s loving tribute to the Sci-fi that he loves. The show captures through it’s storytelling and visual details the magic of the genre. “The Orville” is set 400 years in the future.   It […]
March 3, 2019
10 Tips to Become a Better Photographer

10 Tips to Become a Better Photographer

By: Kendra Clark Tip 1: Fill the Frame  Don’t be afraid to fill the entire frame with your image. Filling the frame to its’ entirety can create a sense of closeness for the viewer and a better understanding of the focal point for your image. Tip 2: Rule of Thirds […]
February 25, 2019
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Benefits of Doing a Social Media Detox

By: Ashley Kainz Social media has become a convent way we connect and interact as humans. Even though social media has become the new “norm”, many people are taking break from social media and living their lives. You may have heard people doing a “social media detox” or “social media […]
February 18, 2019
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Using Thank You Instead of Sorry

By: Itzel Cruz As college students and young adults heading into the workforce, it can be an adjustment learning how to maneuver throughout the professional world.  It is easy to make mistakes like showing up a bit late to a meeting or misunderstanding an assignment you have never done before. […]
February 18, 2019
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5 Tips to Become a Better Leader

By: Lauren Battisti As college students, we are constantly working in groups. Even though it may feel like a punishment sometimes, being able to work in teams is a foundation we must acquire ahead of graduation. Teamwork will be in our careers and knowing how to be a better leader […]
February 4, 2019
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The Power of Planning for Productivity

By: Kailey Gaffikin For college students, a new year brings a semester full of updated schedules, approaching deadlines and never-ending assignments. All of this information overload at once can be overwhelming for some and exciting for others. However, a common question presents itself during any new transition in life. As […]