As a current user of Instagram, I post pictures of me at different events such as the Lady Gaga Concert and most recently, my sisters and I at our Kappa Klassic. I don’t post pictures Instagram often, usually twice a month, because I often don’t take “worthy” enough pictures. However, businesses and nonprofits use Instagram […]Read more "The Purpose of the Promoting – gram"
I know myself better than anyone. But, if I know myself so well, why is it so hard to write a single sentence describing who I am as a person? My main dilemma is translating who I am into words. At a leadership retreat, I took The Myers-Briggs test. My results were: Introverted, Sensing, Thinking and […]Read more "Oh Na, Na, What’s My Sentence?"
The first social media platform that I ever used was MySpace because my friends told me I should make one. When I first created my account, I got a new friend request. Oh, how excited I was that someone wanted to friend me. But of course, it was Tom Anderson, the creator of MySpace. After […]Read more "The Fake Generation"
Introduction to Mass Communication Technology was one of my favorite classes that I have taken at Creighton University. I came to Creighton wanting to be Biology major on the Pre-Dental track. After freshmen year, I knew that was not the right path for me. I took a few random courses to see what I would […]Read more "That’s a Wrap! Wait…What?"
When I hear the word “design” I think of art. I enjoyed drawing and coloring when I was little, and I still do today. However, I am not very good at it. I consider myself a copycat artist. I need to look at something, as a reference point, or I would use tracing paper and […]Read more "Design: A Creative Standpoint"
I came to Creighton knowing nothing about PR. I did not even know it was a field that someone could study. Whenever I scroll through the internet, I always see advertisements or pop-up windows on every site. I do not pay attention to them because they are very distracting. Prior to this reading, I […]Read more "The Art of Public Relations"
Diana Sugg’s blog post, Angels and Ghosts: Anatomy of a Story is a compelling story. Before, I thought journalists were nosy people. I looked down upon them. They persistently bother people just so they can write a story. There is no sense of privacy. I have personally not met a journalist before. However, I get […]Read more "Anything but Typical"