Good things come to those who wait

By Alaina DeLeone Any public relations major understands the emphasis on internships. However, with this emphasis comes unnecessary stress. The constant push to find an internship can often deter some individuals from actually applying. In an era where we are constantly wondering what our peers are pursuing in their career, it is easy to get … Continue reading Good things come to those who wait

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How To Prevent Burnout In College

By William Careri In the current job market where simply having a bachelor’s degree is not enough, college students are continuously pushing themselves to fill their resumes and portfolios with valuable extracurricular's. While this looks phenomenal to an employer when applying for internships or jobs, the inevitable burnout a college student will face is sometimes … Continue reading How To Prevent Burnout In College

Press Release: Temple Students use Black History Month to Launch Campaign Focusing on Diversity in Philly’s PR Community

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Christina Borst at 484-678-3972 TUBateman@gmail.com TEMPLE STUDENTS USE BLACK HISTORY MONTH TO LAUNCH CAMPAIGN FOCUSING ON DIVERSITY IN PHILLY'S PR COMMUNITY Students, educators, and professionals encouraged to make diversity an imperative PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 11, 2019 – Members of the Temple University chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) are … Continue reading Press Release: Temple Students use Black History Month to Launch Campaign Focusing on Diversity in Philly’s PR Community

How to make the most out of your Internship

By Allison Eckel Internships. Whether you have one currently, completed one in the past, or are frantically looking for one for the upcoming semester, they can be daunting at first. However, the experience gained is invaluable and the skills learned are crucial to being successful in your desired field. Below are four tips to follow … Continue reading How to make the most out of your Internship

The public relations in running for president

By Will Bleier With tweets, videos, speeches and late night TV appearances, a crowded Democratic field — and a lone coffee executive with a book tour — have all expressed interest in becoming the country’s next president. But how does one decide what’s the best way to tell everyone they’re ready to run? And what … Continue reading The public relations in running for president

The Gillette Campaign: Choosing a Side

  By Paul Bilardo Undoubtedly most people have heard of shaving company Gillette’s most recent campaign coinciding with the #MeToo movement that struck the internet like a storm and got those who were silent to begin speaking. The short film advertisement, named We Believe: The Best Men Can Be tackles modern social conflict including sexual … Continue reading The Gillette Campaign: Choosing a Side

How Brooklyn Nine-Nine helps showcase positive public perceptions for Police Forces

By Kyra Beckish Since 2013, Brooklyn Nine-Nine has been sweeping the American sitcom universe. Though critics were unsure about a comedy covering the antics of a New York precinct, Brooklyn Nine-Nine proves to be one of the most progressive shows on television. It tackles police brutality, racism in the police force, racial profiling, and more, … Continue reading How Brooklyn Nine-Nine helps showcase positive public perceptions for Police Forces

Self-Care 101 For The Involved Temple Student

It is difficult to manage a healthy mindset as a student in the midst of balancing multiple courses, different clubs, a part time job, an internship, and a social life. Whether you identify as this person, or know of several others who swear by the “I’ll sleep when I’m dead” kind of lifestyle, then this … Continue reading Self-Care 101 For The Involved Temple Student