#VoteThatJawn After-Party Celebrates Youth Civic Engagement

Energized from the previous day’s midterm elections, Philadelphia youth convened in Mayor Kenney’s Reception Room to celebrate their hard work mobilizing the youth vote. Though the students in attendance came from different educational backgrounds, from Temple University to local area high schools and the University of Pennsylvania, they all shared the same passion for registering … Continue reading #VoteThatJawn After-Party Celebrates Youth Civic Engagement

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The Office ‘Product Recall’ Episode — A PR Analysis

For those involved in the field of public relations, even if you enjoy watching The Office, this episode is bound to make you cringe. “Product Recall” is the 20th episode in the third season of The Office. If you have not seen this episode, here’s a short summary: In the start of the episode, the … Continue reading The Office ‘Product Recall’ Episode — A PR Analysis

What are the PR Implications for Teen Vogue’s New Editor?

The renowned editor of Teen Vogue, Phillip Picardi, is ready to pass the reins off to a new editor. Picardi led the makeover of Teen Vogue into a principal performer for Condé Nast. The successor of Picardi’s legacy is Lindsay Peoples Wagner, the current fashion editor at New York Magazine and the Cut. Wagner will … Continue reading What are the PR Implications for Teen Vogue’s New Editor?

The Benefits of Using Canva

Canva is a great design tool for public relations professionals. It is straightforward to use and has many benefits that make it one of the best websites to create designs. Canva has a variety of great features: Canva is mostly free. Canva has many fonts and graphics that don’t cost anything to use. You can … Continue reading The Benefits of Using Canva

Five Easy Tricks & Treats to Keep Your Social Media Professional

Social media is one of the best means of communication with friends and family, but checking it is also one of the first steps that an employer will take when looking to hire you. In order to avoid losing that internship to the dreaded Sunday Scaries, follow these five tricks and treats to keep your … Continue reading Five Easy Tricks & Treats to Keep Your Social Media Professional

Five Ways to Grow an Organic Following for Instagram

Everyone has had their fair share of bots requesting to follow their Instagram, but getting the attention of real people and engaging them is harder than it seems. If you want to attract real human followers, you are in luck because there a bunch of ways you can create an organic Instagram following without being … Continue reading Five Ways to Grow an Organic Following for Instagram

SEPTA 101 – Tips to Survive the Philadelphia Public Transportation System

For many people, taking public transportation can be stressful and scary. It is normal to worry about missing your stop and purchasing a ticket. After taking the train to and from Philadelphia every day, I consider myself a SEPTA professional. When I first started commuting to and from Temple University, I was nervous and did … Continue reading SEPTA 101 – Tips to Survive the Philadelphia Public Transportation System

Philly Coffee Shop is a Lesson in Crisis Communication Gone Wrong

Common Grounds, a new, trendy coffee shop, recently opened in Philadelphia, sparking controversy with one particular piece of their decor and showing how not to execute crisis communication. The shop, which opened in September, had all the makings of the perfect space. It seems as though great coffee, food and music was not the main … Continue reading Philly Coffee Shop is a Lesson in Crisis Communication Gone Wrong

The Intersection of PR, Voting and Taylor Swift

In past years, celebrities did not want to become politically active, as they did not want to risk polarizing their fans. But in 2018, voting has become a hot topic among celebrities, with famous celebrities running the gamut from Rihanna to John Legend encouraging their followers to get out and vote. Voting in its nature … Continue reading The Intersection of PR, Voting and Taylor Swift

Getting “Kicked Off” the PR List

The online beauty community of Youtube is currently one of fastest growing genres on the platform with new creators posting daily. The market is saturated with beauty and lifestyle brands and there is no short supply of people on the internet to help promote them. The beauty industry has been cashing in on creators, influencers, … Continue reading Getting “Kicked Off” the PR List