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Letting SOC Feed Me for the Week

Letting SOC Feed Me for the Week

April 15th, 2016

Well, technically they only fed me twice. This was a busy week at the School of Communication. In true college student fashion, I took advantage of opportunities for free food, which meant I ended up attending some really special on-campus events. The first was on Monday evening. A networking reception was held for students in […]


Interviewing Journalist Carol Marin

April 20th, 2012

For my internship this week I was asked to profile the commencement speaker for the SoC graduation, Carol Marin. Marin is a local print and broadcast journalist. Marin is a political columnist at the Chicago Sun-Times, a political editor at NBC5 and a contributor at WTTW’s  “Chicago Tonight.” Yeah, she is pretty legit. She invited […]


Office Hours

March 31st, 2012

Yesterday I dropped in to see one of my favorite professors at the School of Communication, “Admiral” Ralph Braseth.  Making lasting connections with professors is important for a number of reasons.  You will eventually need references, letters of recommendation, or they will have connections that might not be able to make on your own.  Part […]


Internship and Career Fair

February 9th, 2012

This week the School of Communications held its Internship and Career Fair, and I could not be more grateful. In my earlier post, Lovin’ the Rambler Network I talked about how one of the major reasons that I came to Loyola University Chicago was because I had a feeling that it would have good connections. […]


SoC Career Fair

SoC Career Fair

February 7th, 2012

Tonight I attended the School of Communication Career Fair. I was attending the fair for two reasons: I was hoping to make some good connections for a potential job, but I also have an article to write which involved interviewing the employers and recruiters.  I think this added some pressure on my end to conduct a […]


Back in Baumhart

Back in Baumhart

January 19th, 2012

As I start this post, I must first note that it is seriously FREEZING outside!  While walking from class to class today, I had to concentrate very hard on finding the motivation and willpower to leave from one building to the next.  But alas, I am now in the safe and warm confines of my Baumhart […]