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

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Diversity vs. Cultural Inclusion: Why Understanding the Difference Could Lead to a Better Work Place

Today’s professional world puts a significant emphasis on diversity. We are always hearing terms such as diverse hiring and diversity recruitment. Diversity in the workplace is thought to increase creativity and innovation among employees. Yet, studies are showing that diversity is only the first step to achieving this, and that cultural inclusion should be an organization’s ultimate … Continue reading Diversity vs. Cultural Inclusion: Why Understanding the Difference Could Lead to a Better Work Place

The Diverse Definitions of Diversification

"Diversification remains one of the most fundamental investing principles, and it’s often one of the most misunderstood," says Carl Richards, a writer for The New York Times whose primary focus is the stock market. Investors typically view stocks as individual entities instead of groupings or as a collective whole. We often neglect how individual stocks … Continue reading The Diverse Definitions of Diversification

The Fashion Industry and its Glaring PR issue

It is no secret that from the outside looking in, the fashion industry has a major PR problem: most of its waiflike beauties have light complexions. This is to say, the fashion industry hires people that look like the majority of those who work in the industry. However, recent news has revealed an increase in … Continue reading The Fashion Industry and its Glaring PR issue