Q&A With Peyton Lee: Fellow PR Student with a Massive Blog Following

As a PR major, I’ve learned something – we’re all a little bit linked. Whenever finding out someone else is in your niche field, it’s a cool connection. I’m not really a Tumblr user following my “Edgy Teen” ™ days, but I still check the website occasionally, and realized that a user, who I became…

Romantically an Infographic

People who complain about Valentine’s Day are people I don’t really get – there’s chocolate, happy people, and it doesn’t need to focus really on romantic love. It’s aimed towards of the love of all, which is why I fancy myself a fan of the holiday. So, when assigned to work on an infographic about…

The Hats We Wear

There’s a shelf by my bed where I keep my hats – an Eddie Bauer cap I took from the lost and found on the last day of my high school job, a blush suede baseball hat from a boutique in the Tri-Cities, a teal women’s’ San Jose Sharks one that I got for Christmas,…

A Little Less Beach Trip; A Little More Block Party.

Memories of when my family and I visited Mazatlan are peppered by recollections of my parents and other tourists having lime wedges inside the iconic, clear glass bottles of Corona.  When Americans think “Mexican Beer” they think of the iconic Corona commercials of people sitting on a white sandy beach and the sound of waves…

The Cuffs of PR

“Cuffing season” on college campuses is rough. According to AskMen , cuffing season is the direct or indirect want to pair up with someone for the winter months – while AskMen may not be an authority on many things, I’ll give it credibility on the pseudoscience that is ‘cuffing’. Regardless if you believe in the…

Hooked on Intro To Mass Media

It was supposed to be a junk class. A throwaway humanity on the way to an AA. I was looking at ‘Intro To Mass Media’ as a burden that started at nine in the morning. As a 17 year old who knew she’d graduate high school with an associate degree, I was more focused on…