Category Archives: Public Relations

Women in Politics

#addwomenchangepolitics #invitehertorun #askhertorun #heforshe At first glance, these four hashtags might have you confused; you may be familiar with the United Nations #HeForShe campaign for gender equality (click here if you’re not) and you may even be familiar with the … Continue reading

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It’s All About The Plan 

  This week we revisited a concept we are getting took now quite well: the RACE acronym. For those of you who may be confused, it’s a strategic concept that is of particular use in my field of public relations. … Continue reading

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Spring Ahead, Fall Behind

There are many theories and ideas out there about daylight savings time (DST).  There are generally 2 theories about the origins of DST: to help the farmers because of the war According to Tufts University professor Michael Downing, there has … Continue reading

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How To: Networking 2.0 in PR

When one thinks of networking, it’s almost a knee-jerk reaction to think back to the days of cocktail parties where cheese cubes ran the show.  It’s also something a lot of people dread, for no other reason than they fear … Continue reading

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Media Literacy & What It Means For Public Relations Students

You know the scene – you’re trying to read an article online and all of a sudden a pop-up screen comes up telling you to subscribe to view more content.  If you’re like most people, you decide it’s not worth … Continue reading

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