Crisis management—often referenced as crisis communications—is the pinnacle of the public relations profession. As a specialty, it generates the highest profile, highest stakes, and highest fees. The reasoning is simple: organizations and individuals’ reputations, revenues and normal existence are in the balance when crisis erupts. Companies with in-house PR staff frequently enlist outside agencies to […]
Oddly enough, the “aha” moment struck yesterday morning. After hearing the sad news about my favorite fashion designer, Mr. Karl, I thought about fashion and clothing and then….I had an “Aha Moment”! Oh Mr. Karl. I will miss you. And I’ll miss your signature pony tail. I only wish you had worn a man bun! […]
Hold on to your hats, folks, this is going to be a LONG post. If ever there was an event difficult to capture in words, it would be the reunion I enjoyed this past weekend. I spent a gap year in college touring with Up With People and my amazing cast gathered in Santa Barbara […]
“Streetwear is a global phenomenon. The leading streetwear brands, which have their origins in American work wear, West Coast subcultures and extreme sports, are influential beyond the sphere of fashion alone”. (Sims, 2010) Supreme are one of the most globally known and recognisable streetwear fashion companies at this moment in time. Supreme was originally known […]
Can’t wait for spring? Us too. We’re itching to swap out heavy-duty coats and layered bottoms for breezy spring dresses and prairie blouses. Until we finally see temperatures rise, get inspired by our favorite pairing for transitional weather, a cozy sweater-and-dress combo drummed up by style queen, Camille Carter! Camille Carter is the LA-based fashionista […]
The Indoor Track and Field season comes to an end in Pennsylvania this Sunday on the campus of Penn State University. The one day championship is packed with non-stop action starting with the 4x800m relay at 10:00am and ending with the 4x400m relay. Central Pennsylvania will be well-represented at the event. We highlight each of […]
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The #MeToo movement has jumped the shark. This is not about a woman bravely stepping forward to raise her voice and tell her own story. This is not #MeToo, in first-person, but #HerToo, a third-person narrative, a suppression of the woman’s voice in order to superimpose a feminist narrative upon it. Greta Zimmer Friedman, the […]
Streetwise Workshop for First Years On Monday the 11th February first year Students of the Abbey Vocational School were treated to a workshop entitled “Streetwise”. This workshop was an informative and enlightening workshop for Students highlighting the dangers faced by Students in today’s world. NASA Astronaut Jon McBride On Monday, fifth year Students of the […]
Personal perspectives on the dispossession, exile and internment of Japanese Canadians during the 1940s is the focus of a major installation at the Royal Ontario Museum. It features contemporary artists who experienced this history first hand, and those who grapple with their parents and grandparents’ experiences.
One of our crew who had never operated a “Jake” Eclipse 322 mowed all the greens with only one reel engaged. Whoops.
NATIONAL ASSEMBLY OF PAKISTAN Islamabad, the 12th September, 1972 ACT NO IX OF 1972 An Act to give effect in Pakistan to the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, 1961, and the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, 1963. WHEREAS Pakistan has acceded to the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, 1961, and the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations, 1963; AND WHEREAS it is necessary to give effect in Pakistan to the said Vienna Conentions; It is hereby enacted as follows:- 1. Short title, extent and commencement.- (1) This may […]
On February 20, 1962, while aboard Friendship 7, astronaut John Glenn became the first American to orbit the earth, making three orbits in four hours, 55 minutes. He was one of the Mercury Seven, military test pilots selected in 1959 by NASA as the nation’s first astronauts. Project Mercury was the first human spaceflight program […]