By Morgan BorerBefore the age of the Pinterest – a bottomless pit of fashion, food, craft, wedding, home décor and career inspiration -- where did college girls spend hours upon hours in hot pursuit of the perfect chevron canvas? Where did fashionistas go to find the ideal fur vest and plaid button-down combo? Who did … Continue reading 10 websites that’ll make you a better blogger
By Sarah RachulYesterday, every student at Ohio University let out a collective cheer when they checked their phones and saw a text saying campus was closed until 5 p.m.Every student, that is, except the members of Scripps PRSSA who had already experienced previous meeting cancellations due to snow. We watched our phones all day, hoping … Continue reading Mike Santoro from Walker Sands visits Scripps PRSSA, Feb. 4 RECAPPED
About Mike: As President of Walker Sands, Mike has applied his expertise to assist a wide variety of Chicago-area, national and international companies. With an unyielding passion for results, he leads Walker Sands team members in ensuring that we always go above and beyond client expectations. In his spare time, Mike blogs on integrated marketing tactics … Continue reading Don’t miss Mike Santoro at PRSSA tomorrow!
By Jess Carnprobst The greatest, most stressful time of the year is here: internship hunting season. We are all desperate to find the perfect internship, along with all of the perfect materials when applying. I’ve done my fair share of stressing over finding the right internship and attempting to make myself look flawless on applications, … Continue reading IT’S HUNTING SEASON!! for internships, that is.
By Kelsey Miller It’s that time of the year once again. “New year, new you.” How do you plan to spend 2014? Of course there’s the typical, “save more money” and, the most daunting, to “eat better and/or lose weight.” But, what about the thrifty people who don’t want to change their eating habits or … Continue reading Start the New Year right with these Resolutions for 2014
By Allison Rumsas As Scripps students, it is in our nature to be as involved as possible. Thankfully, Ohio University has hundreds of organizations that are always looking for PR or advertising help, making the options endless for a strategic communications major. With these endless opportunities it’s easy to become overwhelmed with the never-ending meetings … Continue reading How involved is too involved?
By Mira KuharPRSSA’s annual Mentor/Mentee reveal brought chapter members of all years together under one roof for a fun and food-filled evening. The Mentor/Mentee program is designed to bring new members together with older ones, giving the less-experienced participants a guide that can help them throughout the year. This person also becomes a friend who … Continue reading Scripps PRSSA Mentor/Mentee program has begun!
Nate Riggs is one of the top marketing strategists in the Midwest, specializing in content and social business design programs. Over the past decade, he’s helped a variety of companies that include national chain restaurants, technology companies and Fortune 500 brands, grow their business by adopting new processes, tools and the cultural habits that allow … Continue reading Nate Riggs to speak at PRSSA on September 30
By Kerry Tuttle Ethics. It may sound like a boring concept that involves stuffy lectures about “making good decisions,” but it is actually quite the opposite. Our ethical principles are the backbone of PR and they set the foundation for our profession. They guide our morals and keep our decision making in check. Ethics is … Continue reading Act Ethically & Carry On
By Melissa Clark Monday night was an amazing start to week four with yet another great turn out at the Scripps PRSSA meeting. We were glad to see many new faces in the crowd, as well as our returning members! If you have signed up for the Mentor/Mentee program, International Education Week Committee, Social Affairs … Continue reading In case you missed it: Scripps PRSSA 9/16/13, RECAPPED!