Monthly Archives: April 2011

Miss Maine USA Drops Out

Emily Johnson, a now former Miss Maine USA, recently announced she would not be going on to Las Vegas to compete for the title of Miss USA. The pageant, which is owned by Donald Trump, is normally held in Las Vegas in April. However, … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: Erin McDonough

This post features a blog by my fellow classmate, Erin McDonough. It is a very moving and insightful blog regarding the Tom’s Shoes Organzation. I enjoyed reading this post so much and want to share it with others to pass … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: Megan Getter

This post features guest blogger and fellow classmate of mine, Megan Getter. She is a student at Florida Southern College majoring in public relations and interperosnal communications. I found her post regarding Chevron’s ingenious brand marketing strategies to be extremely insightful and … Continue reading

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Facebook Results in the Death of a Baby

With the continuous growth of social media, most have found themselves using Facebook on a regular basis. However, it is obvious that there are certain times that we must refrain from using social media in order to take care of … Continue reading

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Videos Go Viral

Although they may be short and simple, viral videos have become extremely popular within society today. Videos are now reaching millions of viewers within only a 24 hour time period, resulting in them going “viral.” I can personally say I … Continue reading

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Runaway Country Music Festival

Many of country music’s greatest stars will be performing along Florida’s Space Coast April 15th and 16th. Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, Justin Moore, and several others will perform in Wickham Park in Melbourne. With a soldout concert expected, … Continue reading

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COAL: The Truth Told

I am very proud to say I was born and raised in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia, a region which produces nearly two-thirds of the nation’s coal. Coal mining is just simply a way of life within the mountains. Like … Continue reading

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