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Wildcat action and The Law

On Tuesday Portsmouth postal workers spontaneously walked out of their morning shift in protest over the sacking of a colleague who had been sacked for refusing to do extra work after his shift had finished. 1,257 more words


My Transition from High School to College

School had always been very challenging for me. High school was the most turbulent four years of my life thus far. I had not yet acquired the work ethic I needed to be successful. 251 more words


Tips for Business/Professional Conferences

Written by: Madalyn Freeman 

This year’s PRSSA National Conference was in Washington D.C. and was possibly the best experience I’ve had as a Public Relations student. 396 more words

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Feelings of Hayward

On July 13, 2012, I went on a weekend trip to Eugene, Oregon. Eugene is also known as Track Town, U.S.A. My friend Drew and I were going to compete at a track invite known as the Track City Invitational. 354 more words


Mike Wells, ESPN journalist and Simply My Dad

Having a person in your family who has achieved such success puts a pressure on yourself where you feel the need to strive to reach that level. 1,050 more words


life as a millennial (how i see it)

millennial: those born between 1980-2000

as i sit here as a junior who studies public relations at central washington university in small town ellensburg, washington, i become… 613 more words


100 Happy Days: Day 97

September 24th, First Day of Classes:


Today was the worst first day of classes ever. And it kind of sucked–a lot. I have a poetry class from 2-5:20pm. 58 more words