Meet Rachel O’Morrow | 2018-19 Managing Director of 1804 Communication

I can barely contain my excitement that in just a few weeks my fellow Bobcats and I will be back on the bricks together to begin Fall Semester. In fact, it will be my fourth and final year in Athens. Although I don’t like to think about my time in Athens coming to an end, … Continue reading Meet Rachel O’Morrow | 2018-19 Managing Director of 1804 Communication

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Meet Scripps PRSSA’s advisor, Professor Victoria LaPoe!

Professor LaPoe joined Ohio University fall of 2017 and became PRSSA’s advisor in the spring. Previously, she taught at Western Kentucky University and worked in newsrooms, television and consulting. Here are some questions to help you get to know her: What are you most looking forward to with PRSSA this year? Becoming more connected and being … Continue reading Meet Scripps PRSSA’s advisor, Professor Victoria LaPoe!

Lessons learned from my first OU homecoming: We’re more than just booze and bricks

… Honestly, it’s all about the Bobcats. Homecoming. That hallowed, welcoming weekend when Bobcat alumni flock to the bricks (and bars) of Athens. As a recent graduate of Ohio University, I wasn’t sure what to expect for my first trip to OU after graduating in 2015. I moved to Chicago a week after graduation to … Continue reading Lessons learned from my first OU homecoming: We’re more than just booze and bricks

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