October 9, 2018
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My Journey to Public Relations

It was late June of 2003 when my life changed. I remember the day well. It was warm. The sun has just ascended to its zenith and my family was saying their goodbyes to old friends. Aside from the teary farewells, it felt like any other day. I certainly did […]
May 6, 2018
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The Key to a Stress-Free Life

Stress, we all get it, but where does it derive from? It can be caused by multiple things such as having a lot on your plate, meeting deadlines, or even having to resolve a problem. Regardless of what is causing you to stress, I will give you a tip that […]
April 10, 2018
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Five Signs You’re Destined to be a Designer

Starting college three years ago, I had a few very different ideas for the major I wanted to declare. I knew (or thought) I wanted to either be a nutritionist, psychologist, or dentist, none of which have anything to do with the major I am currently finishing my degree in […]
April 10, 2018
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Five Ways to Keep the Creative Juices Flowing

1. DO YOUR RESEARCH – As a designer no good comes of “just wingin it” you need to know your audience, know your narrative, and proceed accordingly! Designs are FUN but if you’re the only one who knows what is going on, you leave your audience confused and quick to […]
April 10, 2018
Jae Siqueiros standing in front of a Chico State sign in 2018

From Student to Change Agent

I first walked onto this campus in 2016 as a transfer student from San Jose State who wanted to study journalism. This, though, however was just a vague explanation that I would tell all the new people around me.   In 2016, I couldn’t tell you that I was a […]
March 13, 2018
Anna Baytosh hitting a volleyball over the net

How Being a Student Athlete Makes Me a Quick Hitter in the PR World

The ball drops.   In a single moment, the curtain falls on my career as a collegiate athlete. As my teammates saunter onto the court to wish the opposing team a good game, a feeling of accomplishment and pride overwhelms me, despite my team’s loss in the conference championship.   […]