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Senior Farewell: What You Take with You – Sami Morsink

“And what did you take away from today’s lecture? Anyone?” I sit in my very first college classroom and watch as the professor glances around the room looking for someone to single out to answer his question. At the time I wondered why it mattered. I wondered what it even was that I took away. … Continue reading Senior Farewell: What You Take with You – Sami Morsink

Senior Farewell: A List to PRSSA – Hannah Schuller

Ever since I joined PRSSA, I knew this moment would come – a graduation filled with proud moments and painful goodbyes. I never expected it to be like this, virtual and non-existing and way too soon, but we’re still doing the best we can to make memories. I think my journey to PRSSA is one … Continue reading Senior Farewell: A List to PRSSA – Hannah Schuller

Senior Farewell – Haley Bender

The photos you see above are some of my favorite photos I’ve ever had. What you see in these photos is pure happiness and genuine friendship.  I joined PRSSA because I had discovered the Scripps PRSSA twitter account as a highschool senior. I knew I was going to be a strategic communication major, and I … Continue reading Senior Farewell – Haley Bender

A GUIDE TO JARGON AT YOUR INTERNSHIP – HALEY BENDER

If you have watched "The Office," you might remember the scene where Jim is asked to create a "rundown" in season five episode 21. Jim has no idea what creating a “rundown” means and struggles throughout the day to figure it out. This scene describes a lot of my summer internship. In the corporate and … Continue reading A GUIDE TO JARGON AT YOUR INTERNSHIP – HALEY BENDER

APRIL 20 – BEN CLOS, TENFOLD

For the last meeting of the semester, Scripps PRSSA was pleased to hear from Ben Clos from TENFOLD! A 2015 graduate of the Scripps School of Journalism, Ben Clos has navigated the Columbus communication and advertising industry. Immediately after graduation, Ben moved to Columbus to search for jobs and begin his post-grad life. Beginning his … Continue reading APRIL 20 – BEN CLOS, TENFOLD

Work-Life-Student Balance: How to Juggle it All

Being a student is already like working a full-time job, so when we are faced with working on top of that, it can be difficult to figure out how to manage the priorities and get it all done. It’s a nice concept to consider not working and focusing all of your attention on your grades … Continue reading Work-Life-Student Balance: How to Juggle it All

April 13 – Virtual Grad Panel

Scripps PRSSA was more than happy to welcome several recent graduates to speak to the Chapter about their careers and life post-grad. Key highlights include: When you work for an agency, every day is different!"Know your worth and that everything you're doing is right," Emily O'Flynn on job searching."If you're interested in going to grad … Continue reading April 13 – Virtual Grad Panel

April 6 – Libby Bradford, PR 20/20

Scripps PRSSA was excited to welcome Libby Bradford from PR 20/20 to speak to the Chapter - virtually! Libby Bradford is a 2017 graduate from Ohio University, where she majored in strategic communication. During her time at OU, she was involved in Scripps PRSSA as the VP of Member Relations, as well as an Account … Continue reading April 6 – Libby Bradford, PR 20/20

March 30 – Demi Knight Clark, She Built This City

Scripps PRSSA was excited to welcome Demi Knight Clark from She Built This City to speak to the Chapter - virtually! Demi Knight Clark is a 19-year South Carolina resident, from Bluffton to Mt. Pleasant to Fort Mill with her family. A longtime construction industry executive, she was consistently the “only woman in the room” … Continue reading March 30 – Demi Knight Clark, She Built This City

How PR Star Students Can Get Through COVID-19

Well, we’re here. The pinnacle of all crisis communications workshops, lessons and exercises is upon us. As public relations students, we have learned about how to deal with crises of all sizes and shapes, but none of us were prepared to understand a global issue of this level. We are all feeling overwhelmed about all … Continue reading How PR Star Students Can Get Through COVID-19