Moving to Australia

I believe in the importance of setting goals, always looking at the big picture and trying new things on a regular basis. I think it’s a combination of these values that is driving me to move to Australia after I graduate this year. I had the opportunity to study abroad in Australia for a semesterContinue reading “Moving to Australia”

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4 Quick Tips for a PR Undergrad

Last week was our Otterbein Cardinal Career Luncheon. It’s a networking lunch that alumni relations and career services sponsor each year for junior and seniors. I had a chance to sit and talk with public relations and marketing pro Crystal Olig from Oxiem. She is an excellent role model and has some great insights onContinue reading “4 Quick Tips for a PR Undergrad”

Seeking a Student: Social Media 101

I need your help to find a student in Columbus. This quarter I’m taking a psychology course (part of my Deaf studies minor). Everyone in the class is designing a project using operant conditioning to teach something new. For my project I would like to teach someone how to use a social networking site suchContinue reading “Seeking a Student: Social Media 101”

My Digital Essay

This quarter I’m taking a class from the English department called “Digital Essay.” It is focused on the art of digital storytelling. We write essays, record our voices and then pair it with video, pictures, music and sounds. I know that the digital storytelling is often associated with non-profits because it a powerful yet lowContinue reading “My Digital Essay”

Twitter is the New Telegraph

In my persuasion class this quarter we read a novel by Neil Postman called Amusing Ourselves to Death. It examines how television has shaped society and affected our outlook. The book was written in 1985. I won’t lie, when I realized this I was automatically uninterested in Postman’s message. I was annoyed that my classContinue reading “Twitter is the New Telegraph”

Otterbein Nerds: Halloween Review

Let me start by saying I love Otterbein. I really do and my last four years have been great. At the same time I wonder how choosing a small, liberal arts college in the suburbs, with a dry campus created a very different experience for me compared to others. This past weekend my friends andContinue reading “Otterbein Nerds: Halloween Review”

Rake and Run

One of my favorite volunteer projects to organize with Circle K is a “rake and run.” We borrow the school van and drive around Westerville looking for random front yards still covered with leaves. I’ve been told some Circle K clubs rake the leaves when no one is home and then leave a note atContinue reading “Rake and Run”