Never Feel Like You Have to Settle

Taking steps out of your comfort zone are crucial during your college years. Whether those steps are taking on a job where you’re nervous, or completely submerging yourself into a different culture, it can be difficult for anybody. However, in my humble opinion, if you’re going to be outside of your comfort zone, why not … Continue reading Never Feel Like You Have to Settle

Get Ahead of the Game

“Put me in coach” has meaning outside of the sports realm. No one starts off as the star player and that’s okay. Those who start off on top tend to not appreciate the experiences that allow room for growth. Let’s face it, there’s a lot of competition everywhere - school, the professional world, etc. Setting … Continue reading Get Ahead of the Game

Staying Sane During the Second Half of the Semester

Eights weeks down, nine more to go. We survived the first half of the semester, so how will we make it through the rest? It's definitely getting to that point in the semester where you can feel the motivation declining, but the work is showing no sign of stopping. Follow these five tips and tricks … Continue reading Staying Sane During the Second Half of the Semester

Midterms Week for a PR Major as Told by GIFs

Many people think that communications students have an easier and less intense course load compared to those in other majors. While some may have an easier experience studying PR and communications, that is not the case for everyone. As midterms week approaches, we are spending our time preparing for our exams, while also focusing on … Continue reading Midterms Week for a PR Major as Told by GIFs

A Lesson from PRowl’s Founder: Treat Yourself Like a Client

After Natalie Prazenica-Herr attended the 2007 Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) National Conference in Philadelphia, she came back to campus determined to begin a student-run public relations firm to help give Temple students a competitive edge other universities already had. She began drafting a business plan under the supervision of Professor Gregg Feistman … Continue reading A Lesson from PRowl’s Founder: Treat Yourself Like a Client

10 Tips for Travel Writing

“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta Traveling is something that many people think is a crucial part of becoming a more well-rounded person. It’s also something that many of us want to do before we get bogged down with jobs or other future commitments. This coming … Continue reading 10 Tips for Travel Writing

Tips & Tricks for Double Majors

If you are anything like me and have two separate passions, double majoring can be the perfect solution. With this choice, you take on DOUBLE the homework, DOUBLE the advising meetings and DOUBLE the classes needed to graduate…meaning the potential of extra time in school. Though this is true, double majoring in dance and strategic … Continue reading Tips & Tricks for Double Majors

How to Make the Most of the “Best Years of Your Life”

People often say the years you spend in college are the best years of your life, so you shouldn't let them go to waste. While that may be true, what if students today are not spending enough time actually enjoying themselves? Between tireless nights of tackling piles of homework and early mornings waking up for … Continue reading How to Make the Most of the “Best Years of Your Life”

Spring Registration is Approaching – Are You Prepared?

Spring Registration is right around the corner! Now that we’ve made it past the halfway point of Fall semester, it’s time to start thinking about the future. Here are 6 tips to make sure you get the schedule you want and the classes you need: Start planning early Before you can register, take a look … Continue reading Spring Registration is Approaching – Are You Prepared?