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Make the Most Out of Your Major (While You’re Still In School): An Open Letter to Public Relations Youngins’

Written by: Meredith Carlsen, AAE of CWU’s College of Arts and Humanities

I would bet that most universities throughout Washington have similar Communication programs. Yes, Central Washington University has the only specific Public Relations program (Go Wildcats)- but every other large public or private school can offer similar classes and the same level of accreditation. 419 more words

Agency Announcements

Breaking the law: victory for Bridgwater wildcats!

When Bridgwater Royal Mail victimised a disabled worker, his colleagues walked out; no ballots, no bureaucracy, just solidarity.  Andrew Mootoo, is deaf and suffers from severe MS, and management have come up with a stream of ridiculous excuses for keeping him off work for 18 months against his will. 191 more words


Vanity Fair Talks Narcissistic Millennial Generation

Everyone grows up being told that they can be whatever they want to be, the world is our oyster is how my mother always put it. 398 more words

Bridgwater Wildcat walkout for postman and MS Sufferer smashes Tory anti-union laws!

Wessex Solidarity wholeheartedly supports Bridgwater Wildcat Postal Strike in aid of worker sacked for his disability. Reinstate Andrew Mootoo immediately!

80 Royal Mail postmen and women at Bridgwater Delivery Office in Somerset defied the Tory anti-union laws today when they walked out without a ballot to protest at Royal Mail’s refusal to reinstate Andrew Mootoo, a postman who suffers from MS/Multiple Sclerosis. 390 more words


Paid, Owned, and Earned Media

Paid, owned, and earned media are three key elements to any marketing strategy. This trifecta is the best way to go about spreading awareness about your company and its brand. 319 more words

Class Assignment

Staying Alive - Unions, Youth and Activism

So just why the hell did more than 60 of us – mostly under 30 years old –  come to Birmingham (nice as it is) on a wet weekend at the end of October?  857 more words

Zero hours calling

Shanice McBean reports on the impact of zero hours and agency work on organising call centres

Organising in a call centre was difficult mainly because of the so-called ‘flexibility’ of work. 655 more words