Monthly Archives: April 2010

Public Relations is…

This past week, I have had two acquaintances from my elementary school years ask me about my major. When I said public relations, they both asked something along the lines of, “what does that entail?” And no matter how many … Continue reading

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What We Should Take Away From Blogs

I thought this current post from PRSA was perfect for our final week of blogging this semester.  As students we are often expected to do assignments that we may feel are unnessessary, especially if we have many lingering assignments that … Continue reading

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Scottsdale Culinary Festival

This weekend marked the 32nd annual Scottsdale Culinary Festival, the nation’s longest running food fest. The event, put on in collaboration with the Great Arizona Picnic (GAP), runs from April 13 through the 18th and attracts more than 40,000 visitors … Continue reading

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Virtual Job Fairs

For most of us graduation is just weeks away. Some people already have jobs lined up but let’s face it, a lot of us don’t. So where do we look for jobs? I can think of numerous job hunting websites … Continue reading

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Stalking people? No it is just Foursquare

Have you ever walked into a new restaurant hoping that it will be delicious, but you did not know what to expect? Or, have you ever gone to a concert and thought, “I wonder if I will run into anyone … Continue reading

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Reputation Management in the White House

Weeks after Vice President Joe Biden was caught on live TV whispering to President Obama that the signing of the health care bill was a “Big f**king deal,” its video appears on Google as the third link related to his … Continue reading

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Wrestlemania XXVI

Two weeks ago, a few friends of mine and I went to Wrestlemania XXVI at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale. It was a interesting experience to say the least. The biggest surprise to me was how many die-hard wrestling … Continue reading

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The Catholic Church needs some salvation

This morning, at my home parish, St. Thomas More Catholic Church in a suburb of Denver, Colo., news broke that one of our priests, Rev. Mel Thompson, had been accused this past week of sexual misconduct with a minor. The … Continue reading

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The Future of Social Media

I recently came across this interesting article about the future of social media, specifically what social media will look like 2012. Some of the predictions mentioned include the change in privacy expectation, the complete decentralization of social networks and the … Continue reading

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Healthcare PR with a new aim

PR News reported that “Data gathered by the Pew Internet & American Life Project shows that adults with chronic illnesses spend significantly less time on the Internet, which may influence the decision-making of PR professionals in healthcare.” I think that … Continue reading

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