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Yes, I said it. Every PR student should spend an extended period of time (more than 2 weeks) immersing themselves in a foreign culture. I started college with study abroad already on my mind. After debating several destinations and playing … Continue reading
By: Katie Thornsberry Last weekend, members of our PRSSA chapter headed to Chicago for a regional conference. The theme was “The Loop Chicago: Divergent” separating us into factions, like the movie, according to our interests with the types of PR … Continue reading
By: Chandler Owen Living in a generation where it’s becoming appropriate to use abbreviations in almost all outlets of communication, it’s easy to get caught up in the whirlwind of poor grammar and misspellings. Stay strong, friends! Don’t let the … Continue reading
By: Emma Thibault This year’s PRSSA National Conference was held in Washington D.C., particularly within the beautifully designed and historic Omni Shoreham Hotel! For anyone that doesn’t know, PRSSANC is an extended weekend full of networking, keynote speakers, educational workshops, … Continue reading
By: Mari Ann Loucks Ferris State University alumna, Katelyn Crain, gave a presentation showcasing tips and skills required for a successful career to students on Thursday, Oct. 9. She talked about her experience working at Eisbrenner Public Relations, a company … Continue reading
By: Kaitlyn Baase PRSSA National Conference is right around the corner! I’m actually typing this up in the airport terminal waiting to board my flight to D.C. (: After months of planning and fundraising, it’s crazy to think that this … Continue reading