Emerging Media – Craig Berman

            This is just my opinion on the new forms of media out in today’s society.  There are a couple of different choices we have to choose from now.  Whether it is Facebook, Twitter or my personal favorite YouTube.               Facebook for starters has been the social network entity to be.  If you are … Continue reading

Fading Stars – Adrian Mcgrady

Over the past three years, the music industry has had two very influential people who have helped boost musical trends to what they are today. In 2009 Michael Joseph Jackson passed away due to medical negligence by Conrad Murray; and just recently Whitney Elizabeth Houston was found dead in a bathtub. Both Jackson and Houston … Continue reading

Standing up When You’re Down and Out: Four steps out of emotional quicksand – Bryan the Capitalist

“The first step towards getting somewhere is to decide you’re not going to stay where you are.”      –   John Pierpont Morgan “Inside of a ring or out, ain’t nothing wrong with going down. It’s staying down that’s wrong.”      –   Muhammad Ali “Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.”      … Continue reading

Reality Gone Wild by Evan Young

Are you sick of seeing the same repetitive themes of reality shows? I know I am whether it’s American Idol, Jersey Shore, Bad Girls Club, Survivor, or Basketball Wives, the list goes on forever. They are all over publicized and straying America away from what is really important in the world. More people can name … Continue reading

Online networking is taking over – Maninder Sran

First there was Myspace; no you could not update your status every five minutes but at least you had some privacy. Then Facebook; Facebook is still alive and basically changing and evolving to become the new twitter. Then twitter was invented, basically to let everyone know a step by step play on how you are … Continue reading

6 Basic Resume Tips – Kara Lavarnway

After reading other people’s resumes I always get a good laugh when people include things like “References upon request” or anything else that is pretty obvious to be true when applying for a job. A past English professor of mine referred to that stuff as the “DUH!” comments. Would you be applying to something if … Continue reading