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

Living, Learning, Exploring

Picture This: You’re walking out of your apartment, strolling down the street towards the subway station. Passing many shops and restaurants, you decide to stop and grab a quick coffee. After you finish your coffee, you continue on your way to the subway. As you wait for the subway, you think about all you have … Continue reading Living, Learning, Exploring

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

The Queen’s English

A few days ago, I had the pleasure of hosting a student from England for a night, and in his honor my housemates and I threw a small party. Unfortunately for us, a few of the people that came managed to fulfill every negative stereotype that I think Europeans have of Americans, within about the … Continue reading The Queen’s English

Exploring Atlanta During PRSSA National Conference

In case you haven’t heard, the 2015 PRSSA National Conference will be in Atlanta this November. For us in the Philadelphia region, it is more than just a Mega Bus ride away, but still a doable distance. I highly suggest trying to fit National Conference into your fall semester budget, especially for seniors. Not only … Continue reading Exploring Atlanta During PRSSA National Conference

Why Traveling Is Important For Both Our Personal And Professional Lives

I’m sure many of us have heard the phrase, “travel while you’re young,” and we often think that it’s not that easy. While in college, it sometimes seems that traveling would be impossible.  A lot of us are busy putting ourselves through school, working multiple jobs and trying to keep our grades up.  While the … Continue reading Why Traveling Is Important For Both Our Personal And Professional Lives

Summer Traveling on a Budget: How to Gain Experience Without Going Abroad Summertime isn’t just for relaxation and catching up on sleep. Many students use the time off to travel abroad through programs offered by their colleges, which often gives them the opportunity to study or intern in a foreign country. These programs are wonderful, and many students talk about their experiences for years after their … Continue reading Summer Traveling on a Budget: How to Gain Experience Without Going Abroad

Communicating Abroad

The summer is officially in swing, vacations have been planned, study abroad semesters have started, and you might soon find yourself in international waters. Though time abroad should be spent enjoying and embedding oneself in a new culture, it is also a great opportunity to network with people who work in different cultural environments who … Continue reading Communicating Abroad

Travelling Tips for PR Students

Whether you are studying abroad or travelling to a different city to shadow a successful PR executive, it is important for students to master the art of travel and packing techniques that will save you time and stress! 1. Pack Basics: Regardless of your destination, you will need to be wary of how much you … Continue reading Travelling Tips for PR Students