I think it would be intersting to see what students are doing to set themselves apart from everyone else. I like to see and learn everyone’s goal in life and what they are doing now to achieve these goals after we are out of college.
Comment by hillmill1 — August 29, 2011 @ 11:53 pm | Reply
I agree with the PRSAY article. What happened at Penn State is tragic and shows how little morals the people involved have, Sandusky especially. The fact that everyone involved only went to the person above them with their knowledge and not to the police is immoral for the seriousness of the issue. The Public Relations professionals could no have intervened with the situation or made it look any better if they would have known, because what happened would obviously upset the public regardless. The questionable ethics of the Penn State professionals is the problem at hand. Public Relations professionals can not change people’s values regardless of how much they could even try. The New York Times is wrong for pinning this onto the PR people and should really understand what it is that they do before they slam them. I think that the way Paterno was fired and all that, could have been handled a little better. But for the matter being in the spotlight of the public and criticized for every move, there was only so much that could have been done.
Comment by hillarymillard — November 16, 2011 @ 4:27 pm | Reply
If I could research anything right now it would be the history of Christmas and how Santa Clause and all that came about. I love the holidays and always enjoyed the magical side to it growing up. I have a younger brother who still believes in Santa so at my house during the holidays, it is still very fun for us to keep his beliefs alive. I would just like to know when and how all this side to Christmas began. I feel like this tradition is a world wide one for children and families so I think it is just amazing how something can spread like that!!
Comment by Hillary Millard — December 8, 2011 @ 9:33 pm | Reply