Why Mentors Are Important in College – Olivia Strauss

Merriam-Webster defines a mentor as, “a trusted counselor or guide,” but a mentor in college can mean so much more — a coach, a tutor, a friend. College can be a confusing time for many as it is a time of constant change. And in times of change, it often helps to have someone to … Continue reading Why Mentors Are Important in College – Olivia Strauss

September 26 – Tyler Murphy, Glassdoor

Tyler currently leads consumer PR at Glassdoor, the worldwide leader on insights about jobs and companies. He manages data-driven media relations and marketing campaigns that promote Glassdoor's brand, and most importantly, helps people make more informed decisions about where to work. Tyler graduated from Ohio University in 2018 with a degree in strategic communication, and … Continue reading September 26 – Tyler Murphy, Glassdoor

Co-Curricular Reflection (CBS) – Charlie KNox

The E.W. Scripps School of Journalism has a specific requirement for all potential graduates to fulfill. They require that a minimum of one internship must be completed if you plan on graduating. Each student must individually apply to the business and work with a company for a minimum of 200 hours to fulfill this credit. … Continue reading Co-Curricular Reflection (CBS) – Charlie KNox

Finding Balance This Fall Semester – Sam Spinale

Learning how to balance all of the new obstcacles thrown at you during the fall semester is so difficult. From brand new classes, to clubs and organizations, and trying to still have personal time, there’s so many new responsibilities that you have to juggle all at once. And let’s face it, you don't get a … Continue reading Finding Balance This Fall Semester – Sam Spinale

September 12 – AAron Brown, Fahlgren Mortine

Aaron is the current Executive Vice President at Fahlgren Mortine. His role consists of account management, business development, and agency marketing initiatives. He also specializes in integrated marketing and communication campaigns. Aaron graduated from Ohio University in 2001 with a degree in Public Relations and specializations in Political Science and Marketing. At OU, he was … Continue reading September 12 – AAron Brown, Fahlgren Mortine

August 29 – Alyssa Murtagh, Edelman Smithfield

Alyssa joined Edelman Smithfield in late 2020 after working at Ketchum, where she worked across food and beverage brands. She graduated from Ohio University's E.W. Scripps School of Journalism with a Bachelor of Science in Journalism, a Social Media Certificate, and a specialization in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. As a Senior Account Executive at … Continue reading August 29 – Alyssa Murtagh, Edelman Smithfield

Summer Recap – Erica Trapasso

I feel like I blinked and summer is over. I can’t believe I am already moving into my house on campus and going back to school shopping. It’s weird to think I am going into my senior year of college. Where has the time gone? I made quite a few memories these past few months, … Continue reading Summer Recap – Erica Trapasso

Internship Diary – Olivia Strauss

Fast food has always been a part of my life. From arguing with my sister about who got the better kids toy, to late night snacks after high school football games, to snack runs with my college roommates, fast food was there during some of the most memorable moments of my life. When I began … Continue reading Internship Diary – Olivia Strauss

Four Stress Management Strategies for College Students – Allison Young

Summer break is a period where college students can take a step back and recharge. Though having space from the cycle of having a college routine is beneficial, it is not uncommon that stress can come back into play when a new semester begins. It is vital to find strategies that accommodate the stressors that … Continue reading Four Stress Management Strategies for College Students – Allison Young

Internship Diary – Sam Spinale

Internships have the potential to provide you with real-world experience, new connections, and lots of personal growth. Through my summer internship in corporate partnerships at Charlotte Motor Speedway, I’m happy to say that I’ve gained all three of those things. My journey to first obtaining this internship was no easy task. I spent months updating … Continue reading Internship Diary – Sam Spinale