Monthly Archives: April 2010

Cronkite Graduation: 15 days 7 hours 44 minutes

WAY TO GO CLASS OF 2010, we are almost done! As I type, the minutes are going down until we graduate from Cronkite. So who is ready? I am! Well, okay it hasn’t hit me yet. When I was younger … Continue reading

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Have childhood fears kept YOU from….

Here I am sitting with my friend and he just told me a story about a fear he had his whole childhood because of a myth his older cousin told him when he was five years old. He never questioned … Continue reading

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Where does this comma go?

What did reporters do before the AP Stylebook was created? It can be used as a guide for everything…grammar, punctuation and basic practices of reporting. As a journalism student it has saved my life. At my internship everyone refers to … Continue reading

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Landing a job

With graduation fast approaching, many seniors have been hitting the pavement (or the keyboard) in search of a “real” job. There are so many online job postings out there that it is difficult to know where to start. I for … Continue reading

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When to Say When: Navigating the morally ambiguous

My roommate, a self-proclaimed health nut, recently discovered the pro-high fructose corn syrup ads launched by the Corn Refiners Association. The night she finally watched one, she screamed my name for me to come in and watch. After it finished, … Continue reading

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More Apple Domination

Recently, a Mashable blogger wrote a post about the possibility of a Mac App Store. Steve Jobs has denied the rumor spreading that a Mac App Store will be debuting in the near future, but the question is, “why not?” … Continue reading

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PR totem poll

Being a PR student in a journalism school, I have always wondered why there is not more emphasis placed on public relations as an important specialty that should be honed and cultivated.  There are so many misconceptions about what PR … Continue reading

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Your Wedding in 140 characters or less

The PR Practitioner, a blog about public relations’ trends, wrote a post about a couple who tweeted about their wedding via Twitter. It went on to say how the groom tweeted “just married” before he even had his first kiss as … Continue reading

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Public Relations: A History Subject?

The general public has always been open about its differing opinions, positive or negative, about public relations.  From spin doctors to liars, the world of public relations has endured it all. Now, though, the world of PR is being studied … Continue reading

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Ethics 2.0

Do you remember when the PR department had one major pitch strategy—press releases to the media? The answer is, probably not. Why? Because the newest group of PR grads and first-timers (that’s us!) has grown quite accustomed to the idea … Continue reading

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