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How to Stay Motivated Through the End of the Semester

By Mackenzi Hockensmith We are only a few days away from the official beginning of spring, which means warmer weather and finals season are upon us. As soon as it gets nice outside, motivation automatically drops to an all-time low, but assignments continue to pile up. Here are a few tips to help you stay motivated … Continue reading How to Stay Motivated Through the End of the Semester

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The Mumps Crisis From a PR Perspective

By Dylan Manderbach By now, it is no secret that Temple University has fallen victim to an extremely rare, outdated viral infection: the mumps. Currently, 67 students have either tested positive or been listed as probable for having mumps. Temple University’s Director of Student and Employee Health Services, Mark Denys, sent out an initial email … Continue reading The Mumps Crisis From a PR Perspective

Diversity and Inclusion Start with Students: A Campaign Reflection

By Christina Borst In theory, our task was straightforward: to craft a campaign that raises awareness of the lack of diversity and inclusion in the communications field. In practice, as five students at Temple, we were entrusted with tackling a problem with systemic roots and that enforced the status quo. With census projections showing that … Continue reading Diversity and Inclusion Start with Students: A Campaign Reflection

Recommendations for Podcast Beginners

By Danielle Hanlon It’s 2019 and at this point, if you haven’t considered listening to at least one podcast, you’re behind. Whether you’ve been meaning to discover the new outlet or have no idea where to begin, I hope some of these recommendations help you get started. Ever since Apple added podcasts as a feature … Continue reading Recommendations for Podcast Beginners

Breathe, your spring semester is almost over.

By Courtney Givnish As I am going into my third hour studying at the TECH Center, I cannot help but become distracted by the thought of warm weather and the idea of no school. I begin to fantasize myself sitting on a beach with no worry in the world, soaking in the sun and having … Continue reading Breathe, your spring semester is almost over.

The Jonas Brother Reunion and Rebranding

By Jordan Harris Yes, that’s right. The Jonas Brothers are back. After hearing rumors for so long on social media, the brothers confirmed that they were coming back and they dropped a new single called “Sucker” to celebrate their comeback. This is a Gen Zers’s dream come true. The Jonas Brothers were in their prime … Continue reading The Jonas Brother Reunion and Rebranding

Higher, Further, Faster: Captain Marvel’s Marvelous Marketing

By Caitlin Gemmi As the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to feature a female lead, Captain Marvel is a highly anticipated film with fantastic reviews rolling in a week before its official opening. For many, myself included, Captain Marvel is incredibly important as we finally get to see a strong, capable woman take … Continue reading Higher, Further, Faster: Captain Marvel’s Marvelous Marketing

Five Helpful Tips to Prepare for Networking Events

By Olivia Falcone This time of year can be stressful for public relations students. The hunt for summer internships is in full swing and networking events for students are a big part of it. Making sure you’re prepared for the next big internship fair or networking event is key to getting that dream position or … Continue reading Five Helpful Tips to Prepare for Networking Events

PRowl Public Relations Taps Sophomore Jordan Harris as Next Director of Finance

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PRowl Public Relations Taps Sophomore Jordan Harris as Next Director of Finance Harris will join the Executive Board of PRowl for the remainder of the 2018-2019 school year PHILADELPHIA (February 26, 2019) — Sophomore Jordan Harris has been promoted to the role of Director of Finance of PRowl Public Relations, effective February … Continue reading PRowl Public Relations Taps Sophomore Jordan Harris as Next Director of Finance

How to find your Passion Project

By Ashlea Flowers Between coursework, internships and part-time jobs, college can be stressful. As students, we dedicate hours of our free time on projects that don’t fuel our creativity. It’s essential that successful creatives find outlets that spark inspiration. Passion projects often start off as a side hustle but they have the potential to launch … Continue reading How to find your Passion Project