Political Public Relations by Julia Trainor

Political Public Relations By Julia Trainor Last week alone, Pepsi offended thousands by launching a controversial commercial, President Trump directed a missile strike on Syria, and the Senate invoked the “nuclear option” in order to confirm Neil Gorsuch to the

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Sport Public Relations by Lauren Doyle.

Sport Public Relations By Lauren Doyle Having the opportunity to attend Syracuse University for undergrad and grad school has presented me with a lot of great opportunities. I’ve been lucky to attend a university with an amazing athletics program. When

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The Power of Not-For-Profit PR by Olivia Schlesinger

  As the summer approaches, people are constantly asking your plans for it. Have you applied for any internships? Have you received any offers? Are you going to take classes? How are you going to start your career? This continuous

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Why Internships Matter by Anna Army

GPA vs. Experience in the Communications World: Why Internships Matter by Anna Army   Some would say in the communications field GPA doesn’t matter. This is not the case, but in comparison with your experience, it matters differently. Experience can

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That Time of Year Again by Lauren Doyle

That Time of the Year Again It’s that time of the year again when everyone is searching for internships. A lot of public relations agencies have stopped accepting resumes for the summer but definitely not everyone. The process of finding

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Top 10 Ways to Make the Most of Your Academic Career at Newhouse by Lauren Doyle

Read, read, read! The best way to keep up-to-date in the industry is to stay updated on what is happening around the world. Register with PR Week and you’ll get emails every morning or weekly, depending on what you prefer,

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Top 5 Ways to Ensure Happiness in an Otherwise Ordinary Day by Olivia Schlesinger

Top 5 Ways to Ensure Happiness in an Otherwise Ordinary Day By Olivia Schlesinger   You may be like me and consider yourself a happy person. Or you may not be. Either way, there is always room for more happiness, especially

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Individual outlook on Public Relations by Lauren Doyle

  It seems like the inevitable thing to hear that everyone studying or working in public relations runs into, “What does your job entail? What is public relations?” If it’s not your family members asking you, it’s your close friends who

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Political Public Relations by Olivia Schlesinger

With the election so close and people frantically trying to get all the information needed to vote, all eyes are on the candidates now more so than ever. This means the PR for the candidates needs to be the best

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Olivia Schlesinger’s Thought of the Day

By: Olivia Schlesinger Thought of the day: Are we experiencing a presidential election or a battle of the candidate’s public relations teams? Honestly, the two have so many overlapping characteristics that it’s hard to tell right now. It can truly

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