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Reflecting Back on PR317 at the University of Texas at Austin

By: Lauren Hooper

Posted: 05/01/2018

Professor Tamara Bell is the kind of instructor anyone would be thankful to have. She cares about what she teaches, is realistic about the Public Relations industry, and asked questions that should have been easy for me to answer. 399 more words

AP's Changing Style

AP’s changing style: Merrill Perlman points to a change in the definition of “collision.”

AP no longer requires that two bodies must be in motion for a “collision” to happen. 17 more words


15 Week Fix: My Word-Loss Journey

By: Evie Claire Morris

Posted: May 4, 2018

On Jan. 17, 2018, at 5 feet 5 inches tall and 115 pounds, I began my word-loss journey.  430 more words

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New Skills

As a student in the Public Relations course, I acquired new skills that will benefit me in all of my future career endeavors. At the beginning of the spring semester this year, I remember writing that editing was my strongest skill. 390 more words


How my writing skills developed

Writing a diagnostic on your own work is a challenge, particularly comparing past experiences to the present. English composition and customer service based writing has been my focus until this point in my college career. 345 more words

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Dreams becoming reality at the University of Texas

After my acceptance to the University of Texas at Austin, I knew it was time to step up my game. Community college was confident booster but this is the major leagues. 388 more words

A Semester of Immense Growth

I am pleasantly surprised with the amount of growth that I have experienced over the course of the semester. Taking PR 317, I learned important skills and tips that will help me succeed in the future. 467 more words