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Intern Spotlight: Maya Koziol & TPAC

By: Renee Schroeder Lights, camera, intern! This semester, senior Corporate Communications and Public Relations double major Maya Koziol is interning at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC). She is a public relations intern, immersing herself into the world of performing arts marketing, communications and more. While beginning an internship can be intimidating, Maya said that …

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Just Google It: The Google Journey With Mabry Culp

By: Ellie Jackson Google. The world’s top search engine across millions of technological devices. You all have heard of it, we all know it. Google, it is a daily necessity. Who would have thought that this top-ranking internet search engine would track down a senior at Belmont University out of the blue. Well, it happened, …

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The Art of Forgiveness

By: Rachel Nutter, Edited by: Renee Schroeder We’ve all been there. In the heat of the moment, it can happen to the best of us. You’ve probably gotten into a fight with a significant other and either got your feelings hurt, or you hurt theirs. After the fight is over, the thought of apologizing is …

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A Pixelated Relationship

By: McKayla Kirk, Edited by: Annelie Dahlstein My relationship with my boyfriend is built on a solid foundation of memes, deep conversations, and a common love for accompanied silence. In the six months that I knew him before starting a relationship with him, we had more conversations over Snapchat than we did in person. It …

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IABC Hosts Health Communication Panel

The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) hosted a panel of health communication professionals in a convocation this past week. The panel included Shelley Walker, Director of Communication and Media Relations at Tennessee Department of Health, McKenna Mitchell, Development Coordinator at Muscular Dystrophy Association and alum of the department, and Mollye Dietrich, Instructional Designer and …

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No Longer the Coffee Runner

By: Carolina Maggio, Edited by: Renee Schroeder “We’ll have a grande caramel macchiato, two vanilla bean frappuccinos, and one venti dark roast with two packets of Splenda.” Entertainment constantly portray interns as frantically trying to remember long, complicated Starbucks orders for everyone in the office. While interns in the movies are tasked with balancing drink …

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Share to Wear: Regan Meyer & Sustainable Fashion

By: Renee Schroeder Corporate Communications student or entrepreneur? Regan Meyer is a junior Corporate Communications major who is bringing an innovative clothing company, Share to Wear, to Belmont’s campus. Originally from Middlebury University in Vermont, Share to Wear was started by a group of friends who wanted to expand their shared closet to their entire …

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Lydia Doss: The Rotary Club Meets Belmont

By: Ellie Jackson Ambition, drive, perseverance. These are all defining characteristics of leadership. Lydia Doss, a current undergraduate student, is bringing these characteristics to Belmont University through a new student organization. Lydia is a junior majoring in Corporate Communication and Political Science. She is from Lafayette, Tennessee and is currently interning with Melissa Agnes, author …

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Speech & Debate Team Wins Big at Marshall

The BU Speech & Debate Team traveled to Huntington, WV to compete at the Marshall University speech and debate tournament October 25-29, 2019. The country roads were well worth the drive as the team won the overall championship against eight others universities. Awards from the weekend were as follows: Debate Results Novice IPDA Debate Carly …

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