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LSU Recruiting: The Defense

LSU has recruited exceptionally well on the defensive side as of late, and it will only get better with the addition of Special Teams Coordinator Bradley Dale Peveto.  829 more words

Sports

Attention, SEC: The Achilles' Heel of the Alabama Defense

Three national championships in four years.  Dozens of draft picks making millions of dollars in the NFL. The Alabama Crimson Tide, led by defensive gurus Nick Saban and his henchman Kirby Smart, have been without question the most dominating team in college football for the last five years.  873 more words

Oklahoma

Why Not Listening to My Mom Paid Off

I am originally from the great state of Texas, although I never truly appreciated where I grew up until I left. While I do love Louisiana, I get homesick for the little things I overlooked in Texas. 1,228 more words

Personal Experience

Random (but crucial) PR Lessons

Top Random Lessons Learned Through My PR/Communications Internship (so far)

We are the pusher of deadlines and the peacemakers.

It is professional courtesy to never let the client see ugliness behind the curtain.

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Public Relations

A Bittersweet Softball Symphony

By Kayla Lombardo

Monday, April 21, 2014 – St. Louis University & University of Massachusetts / Bronx, NY

Amid the 60-game schedule, the practices and workouts, the seemingly endless travel, and everything else that comes with being a Division 1 athlete, I sometimes forget that life won’t always be the way that it is right now, and mostly, that it won’t be forever spent with my teammates. 512 more words

Softball

Change Break: Florida

Today’s post comes from Elisa Allen. She is a member of the class of 2017 from New Orleans, LA and is majoring in Marketing.

Driving into Florida Saturday afternoon was a beautiful sight. 425 more words

LSU

Focusing on Stewardship with Big Buddy

Now that Bowling with Big Buddy is over, Capital City Communications has begun focusing on thanking everyone who made the event possible and concentrating on wrapping up the final stages of the Legacy Campaign.  465 more words