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Twitter Matters. Now More Than Ever.

March 23rd, 2017 · No Comments

Tweet By Carol Fowler As one who has studied social media for several years now, I have a few opinions about Twitter that I’d like to share with the many fans of Ron’s blog, especially students. 1. Twitter matters. Now more than ever. Where did I turn for the very latest information about the horrific […]

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CAGE-FREE: Why It’s Good for Communicators to Spread Wings and Fly

March 20th, 2017 · No Comments

TweetBy David Beigie For me, the last twelve months have been about change. Late last year, I wrapped up my time as the Chief Communications Officer at a major insurance company – a company where I thought I would finish my career. But circumstances change and so do leaders and teams – and so it […]

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7 Tested And Proven Communication Pillars

March 16th, 2017 · No Comments

TweetBy Kevin Donnellon Last week, I attended a very entertaining and enlightening presentation as part of the DePaul Graduate Program in Public Relations and Advertising. The program is run by my friend and renowned public relations pundit Ron Culp. PR Week rates his DePaul program as one of the top five over the last four […]

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My PRpalooza Experience: Trending #2 On Twitter Confirms It Was Kind Of A Big Deal

March 7th, 2017 · No Comments

TweetBy Maddie Petschow PRpalooza was a great start to my first quarter at DePaul. As a transfer student I know how important it is to put myself out there, try to soak up every experience and meet new people. I was nervous at first but I learned that when other PR students surround me, I […]

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First-ever Black PR Pioneers Exhibit is a Hit

March 6th, 2017 · No Comments

TweetBy Oranisa Kanjanasoon If you were asked to name history’s most prominent professionals, you would most likely say Ivy Lee, John Hill, or Edward Bernays. Most likely, you wouldn’t name any African Americans. But that will hopefully begin to change, according to Shelley Spector, the founder of The Museum of Public Relations, who set up […]

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