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My First Media Crisis Competition

My name is Molly Georgia, and I am a freshman new to the Journalism major this semester, with an interest in public relations. After attending a few meetings of PRSSA, I heard about the Media Crisis Competition and decided to sign up. 570 more words

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Day in the Life: Molly Georgia, Student Staff Programmer

10:00 am | The elevator doors open, and I cross the BHC fourth floor lobby to retrieve keys from the staff work room. These keys unlock the ITC, library, storage room, and just about every other door of the student center on the third floor. 1,132 more words

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How to Buenos Aires

While Buenos Aires — the Paris of South America — is very similar to Europe in many ways, there are some unexpected differences.

You know you’ll need to speak Spanish there, but did you know that you… 162 more words

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Technology Has Enabled Women To Custom-Fit Their Careers: Sairee Chahal

Originally published on NetworkedIndia

Technology has never been more empowering than it has been in enabling women to embrace their lives and reclaim their careers. Working remotely, flex-work options, more access to pick-me-up aspirational content on career goals has brought more gender parity to the workplace. 835 more words

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Appeti – Fulfilling Your Craving For Every Indian Delicacy

Originally published on NetworkedIndia

Who doesn’t love local sweet delicacies?! If you are a food and travel junkie you will know that travelling to a place means sampling its local delicacies else you’re committing a cardinal sin and also your journey and experience is incomplete. 999 more words

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Dear travellers to Cambodia: Please don't come until you've understood these 10 things

Cambodia is one of my favourite places in Southeast Asia, and everyone who travels here is affected by the country’s ancient and more recent past, and by the kindness and generosity of its people. 272 more words

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Hotel for bees?! Sustainable tourism in Whistler (for Canadian World Traveller)

My favourite hotels are the ones that treat their guests, AND their employees, AND the local community, AND the environment all well.

A tall order? Perhaps, but many hotels, large and small, expensive and not, manage to pull it off. 123 more words

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