Life After Carnegie Recap

By: Natalie Runnerstrom, Strategic Planning Chair College… the “time of our lives.” Not to break you out of the amazingly wonderful dream world that is college, but there is another world that presents itself after the time spent on campus—the real world. Life After Carnegie provided insight to current students from Penn State graduates that are currently working…

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Lions PRide: Winter 2014 Newsletter

By: Erica Walsh and the Communications and Digital Strategy Team I’m so proud of the communications and digital strategy committee for all of the hard work they’ve put into this newsletter. I’m excited for having such a great semester thus far, and I can’t wait to share with everyone the amazing stories our talented members have written.…

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The Interview: PR Breakdown

By: Kaitlyn Landram, Strategic Planning Committee Member What do you get when you combine an American comedy, a North Korean Dictator and a nationwide controversy? ‘The Interview’, starring Seth Rogen and James Franco as journalists instructed by the government to assassinate Dave Skylark’s (Franco) biggest fan and leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-Un, sparked about…

‘Life After Carnegie’ Resumes Second Night

Penn State’s Ad Club and PRSSA are both extremely excited to co-host this year’s ‘Life After Carnegie’ event. It’s a two-day event, and while the first day has concluded, the second portion takes place tonight, March 24, at 6:00 p.m. in 060 Willard. ‘Life After Carnegie’ brings in recent Penn State alumni, in both advertising and public relations, who will…

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How to Add Value to a Part-Time Job

By: Kelsey Kretzer, Strategic Planning Committee Member For many of us, there’s a point when you realize that you need a job, not because you want to work, but because you need the money. Part-time jobs can be a bore, but they are extremely important stepping stones for the real world. Despite popular belief, you can make…