Choosing an Internship

By: Kendre Verbeck, Senior APSU As a Communication major here at APSU, no matter what your concentration is, you must complete an internship before you can be handed that beautiful diploma. Completing an internship can be one of the most useful, rewarding, and educational parts of your college career. If you find the right opportunity…

The Beauty of Uncertainty in Journalism

  By: Sydnee Duke, APSU Journalism Student What they don’t tell you on the day that you declare yourself a communications major is that it will be the final day of your life that you can simply get by with things being “easy”. Your advisor doesn’t tell you that the amount of information you’re going…

Writer’s Corner: How to Become an AP Style Pro!

By Cami Howard Senior Communication Student A first experience with writing according to AP Style guidelines is daunting. For an inexperienced writer it may feel like learning another language. The first publication of the AP Stylebook was available in 1953. The guidelines were introduced much earlier to news writers, to attempt to standardize journalistic communication….

Why Communication Students Make the World Go Round

By: Lee Norman- Communication Junior, APSU Lets face it. Sometimes communication students don’t receive the credit that they deserve. All too often I have heard that it’s one of the “easier” majors and as a student with two completely unrelated minors I can attest that this is far from the truth. A few of the…

How To Be A Media Expert- Reblogged from www.shift.comm/blog

You will find a great article Here from Shift Communications.   We put them on our Other Sites We Can’t Get Enough Of section, and we think you should, too.  You can subscribe to their blog in general, at this link. It’s general, so there is something for everyone, and they update often, so you don’t…