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Ferguson: Just Beginning

Demonstrations did not end after the decision not to indict police officer, Darren Wilson, who fatally shot Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo, was announced. Many can say it is barely the beginning.   220 more words

Media Strategies

Rahm's Plagarizm

Who would have thought that our mayor  would have been caught plagiarizing? Recently, Mr. Emanuel aired his first re-election ad for mayor and it bragged about closing the coal plant in Pilsen. 126 more words

Voting Trends

Change Is Good

“To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.”

–Winston Churchill

When I was a sophomore in college, I started a job as a customer service representative in a call center that serviced outsourced inbound phone calls for a major telecommunications company. 1,086 more words

Leadership And Media Strategies

You Hit Me, So I'm Going to Hit You!

Over this past election season there were a good amount degrading ads, immature behavior, and name calling . Why do you have to put down your opponent to build your self up? 183 more words

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Inside Job

“In many ways, internal communication is the glue that holds an organization together. Without it, you’re just a collection of disconnected individuals each working individually at her own job. 885 more words

Leadership And Media Strategies

Popular Politics: "The Meghan Theory"

You’ve popped your popcorn, gotten your soda, and now you’re sitting down to watch TV. By the end of the night, it’s almost certain you know the names of your gubernatorial candidates since it’s election season and their commercials seem to be on constantly. 479 more words

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Review: Tuned-in Family

Tuned-in Family: How to Cope, Communicate and Connect in a Digital World

by Elaine Young
Champlain College Publishing Initiative/Lulu, 2014

Reviewed by Rob Williams

Begin with a simple but overwhelming fact. 915 more words