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Western PA PRSSA / AdFed Professionals Day

 

As a practicum student for the Point Park University PRSSA / AdFed club, I helped orchestrate our biggest event of the semester – the Western PA PRSSA / AdFed Professionals Day event. 110 more words

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Body shaming an unfortunate reality

by Kristin Snapp | for The Globe | March 11, 2014

Instead of promoting the act of body shaming through media, advertisements and societal norms, it’s time to focus on what’s important: this year’s theme for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, “I Had No Idea.” 708 more words

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Bear's Den | Agape

This CD cover was a project for my Honors Visual Communications and Design course at Point Park University. I chose to re-create the Agape EP by Bear’s Den. 23 more words

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Point Park alumna secures job in NHL

by Kristin Snapp | for The Globe | February 18, 2014

Self-titled “evangelical hockey fan” and recent Point Park graduate Adelyn Biedenbach now works in the field of her dreams, which is no surprise to her former professors. 736 more words

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Pioneer grad begins calling Otters games

by Kristin Snapp | for The Globe | January 21, 2014

Upon enrolling at Point Park, the University staff makes students aware of the job placement ratings and significant internships offered. 488 more words

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Women's soccer falls in title game

by Kristin Snapp | for The Globe | November 12, 2013

The Point Park women’s soccer team fell short of its quest to move on to the national tournament for the second consecutive year after falling to Asbury University (Ky.) in the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (KIAC) finals. 570 more words

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Hill District elementary students explore dreams: Point Park students help children plan for the future

by Kristin Snapp | For The Globe | January 14, 2014

In the spirit of Martin Luther King, one class of Point Park students helped Hill District elementary children follow their dreams. 786 more words

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