A Black Mirror Reflection of the Digital Future

Published on February 14, 2018, at 6:53 p.m. by Skylar Spencer. What can be found on every wall, inside every palm and on every desk? A Black Mirror — the frigid and glossy screen of…

PR for the PR Industry

Published on January 23, 2018, at 10:48 a.m. by Lexi McKenzie. The surplus of young public relations professionals being churned out every graduation season makes our jobs that much more difficult. Not only is there…

Lessons from the Emerald City

Published on April 26, 2017, at 1:24 p.m. by Erica Cooke. Seattle, the land of coffee and rain. It took a four-hour car ride from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, to a plane ride from Atlanta to O’Hare…

Got Ethics?

Posted: November 25, 2013, 2:15 p.m. by Jessica Smith. The core of the public relations field is ethics. Ethics create guidelines for professionals to maintain their own credibility as well as their clients’. The Public…

A Price Worth Paying

Posted At: September 25, 2013 2:24 p.m. by Lexi Holdbrooks The job seeking process becomes more complex each year. Upcoming college graduates are jumping through hoops to stand out from the massive crowd of young professionals…

Millennial’s Ethical Challenge: Changing the Stereotype

Posted At: April 4, 2012 3:00 PM
by Mariah Fairweather
For the past few years the millennial generation has been criticized for their lack of work ethic. The first to come of age in the new millennium, this generation encompasses people born between 1980 and 2000. Many millennials currently fill entry-level PR jobs or in college.

HILEAF at its best

by Emily Diab Throughout my academic career, I’ve been constantly harassed by the phantoms of my own mind in creating the most creative, and sometimes downright stupid acronyms, in hopes that my college mind could…

Lindsay Lohan’s Top 5 PR Lessons

by Amanda Coppock As often as stars like Lindsay Lohan are in the public eye, you would expect them to understand how to use better public relations to their benefit. Lohan, for one, clearly has…

90% of You Won’t Read This Blog Post

We’ve all seen status updates on Facebook stating the corresponding user is associated with a certain cause/religious faith/political ideal and dares others to post the same status, claiming that anywhere from 93 percent to 97…