It’s that time of year: it’s the holiday season, and people are opening their hearts and opening their wallets to donate to deserving organizations across the country. 1,042 more words
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by Chua Jun Yan
When Raffles Press approached me to write this article, I was wary. After all, Ashlynna – the democratically-elected President of the Student Council – felt that it was impossible to do justice to the sentiments of the one thousand, two hundred and forty of us in her valedictory speech. 599 more words
Hey all! This week, I was challenged at work to write my own version of an op-ed article that could potentially published for one of the entertainment trades that I cover as a Corporate Communication intern. 1,070 more words
Hey, remember the Pussycat Dolls?
Sure you do.
They had some great tracks.
Yes, I say they.
With the prominence of Nicole Scherzinger, the other members of the girl group were treated as backing dancers or as visual members, so it begs the question; what was the point of them being there? 286 more words
Chapter 16 in our textbook was focused on writing for the eye and ear. It is extremely important in public relations to be able to write publications that resonate with readers and are able to get an important message across with a limited amount of time. 245 more words
We lost a great friend, mentor and colleague at The Province on Monday with the sudden passing of Andy Ross. He retired three years ago and at age 66 he died far too young. 230 more words