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Study Abroad, Sara Larabee 10/21 Recap

Did you miss this weeks meeting? Watch the video for a recap of our meeting with Sara Larabee.

Guest Speaker

Michael Grant on online and data journalism

Michael Grant, web producer and designer for the San Francisco Chronicle, spoke to SF State journalism students Tuesday. Grant gave career advice, encouraged students to get into data journalism, and offered design tips. 77 more words

Online Journalism

Renowned Photographer John Shearer Visits Open Grounds

John Mason, Associate Professor and Associate Chair, Corcoran Department of History, and the organizer of The Fralin Museum of Art’s Gordon Parks exhibit brought his class to OpenGrounds last week for a conversation with renowned photographer, John Shearer. 338 more words

Blog

Too deep, or not too deep...

The question of “to be, or not to be?” is quite deep, and knowing how so many people today don’t want to think about anything that is deeper than football, fashion, or the latest funny movie (that, in actuality, is so gross and stupid that it is an insult to their intelligence) I thought the question of “too deep, or not too deep?” is so very applicable. 398 more words

Bible

Ever Wanted to Adopt a Village in Laos?

Well, let Steve Rutledge tell you how!

The Rotary Club of Toronto Skyline is honoured to welcome Mr. Rutledge to The Office Pub Tuesday October 21st at 6:30 pm to speak about his work fundraising, volunteering and working with rural communities in Laos. 60 more words

Events

Lessons I Learned from Emily Miethner

This blog post serves as a substitute for Lessons Learned from Nicole Barth’s lecture.

Emily Miethner, an alumni from Hofstra University gave a talk about her humble beginnings, the company she FindSpark, and pointers on the next steps in our starting creative services careers. 403 more words

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