Deceiving Dream Jobs: 5 Red Flags Of A Job Scam

You’re unemployed, and you’re looking for a job so you can pay all of those bills you get every month. Suddenly, an email zooms into your inbox with a job offer you can’t refuse. You click it, but it asks for information you really don’t want to give out to a potential employer. This is…
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It Could Always Be Worse: 4 Jobs That Will Make You Appreciate Your Own

It’s Monday morning. You arrive late to work and sit down, slumping in your seat and thinking there is no way this day could get any worse.  But then you’re greeted by an email from your boss that promises to do just that. You sit back and start to think that maybe you don’t really…
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Video 101: Video For Dummies, From A Dummy

One feat man has failed to overcome is the inevitability of time. We’ve harnessed the power of the sun, we’ve dammed up lakes and we allegedly walked on the moon. But time … time reigns supreme. French film critic and theorist Andre Bazin wrote about this idea, and how the moving image allows us to…
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How To Differentiate Between Film Strips: Work Vs. Social Scene

We’ve all been there: get up, go to work for 8 hours (if so lucky), come home, sleep, and repeat.  When you get into this cycle, it becomes easier and easier to see your life as just one ongoing film strip without any differentiation in scenes. There’s no fun montage with your friends, no upbeat…
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Canvas The Change: MSUM Students Paint Over Stigma Surrounding Mental Health

Students at Minnesota State University Moorhead used their creativity to brush away the stigma surrounding mental health. The event, Canvas the Change, was created by five MSUM seniors studying public relations as part of an awareness campaign called MSUM 4 Change. “We are doing this public relations campaign to spread awareness about mental and emotional…
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Historic March On Washington: Record-Breaking Demonstration Provides Female Empowerment

On Saturday, Jan. 21, thousands of women flocked to the nation’s capitol for one purpose: to send President Donald Trump a message. Over half a million people filled the streets of Washington D.C., marching in solidarity for women’s rights. For those who couldn’t make it to the capitol, more than 500 sister marches spread throughout…
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6 Ways To Prepare For Life After College

My final semester of college flew by with a blink of an eye. Most of my time was spent doing homework, fulfilling my internship, working and panicking about life after graduation. Looking back, I’ve learned a few helpful takeaways for college students in their last semester. Ask a Lot of Questions Asking questions helps ease…
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