Corporate v. Agency

It seems that when all of us budding professionals enter the world of PR, we are faced with this choice of what side of that world we want to enter. Now that I know a little bit more about this industry, I’ve noticed a few things about the discussion of the two sides. A lot … Continue reading Corporate v. Agency

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The PR Profession, as Told by John Mulaney

Sometimes, being a young PRofessional has its share of trials and tribulations. In a high-stress, fast-paced work environment, it’s easy to burn out or get overwhelmed. Luckily, we have godsends, like one John Mulaney, to help us unwind and laugh away our troubles. Much can be learned from his unique and captivating style of storytelling, … Continue reading The PR Profession, as Told by John Mulaney

Why Words Matter: Bobcat Student Orientation

As a journalism student majoring in Strategic Communication, I always knew words were important. Oh boy, did I know! I’ve considered the thesaurus to be one of my best friends since my freshman year of high school. Just kidding, that would be pathetic. How weird would I look if I started spilling all my secrets … Continue reading Why Words Matter: Bobcat Student Orientation

5 Things You Should Know About Cambridge Analytica

You have probably heard or seen the words “Facebook” and “Cambridge Analytica” a lot recently. But, have you taken the time to understand what all the hubbub is about? It probably affected you in some way, shape or form. This blog will give you five things you should know to simplify the story. Cambridge Analytica … Continue reading 5 Things You Should Know About Cambridge Analytica

Event Planning for Dummies

This past school year, I served as the Vice President of Social Affairs for Scripps PRSSA. My responsibilities included cultivating relationships through coordinating multiple events both on a local and a statewide level. Thankfully, our Chapter is filled with many supportive members who love interacting and networking with others, so it made my job a … Continue reading Event Planning for Dummies

Senior Farewell “These Bricks” | Taylor Dilley

2018 always seemed like a far-off year that I simply used to fill out the “expected graduation year” section of job and internship applications. Yet, here we are on the final day of April 2018. In five short days, everything that I’ve grown accustomed to in the last four years will change. Because I’m going … Continue reading Senior Farewell “These Bricks” | Taylor Dilley