Small Business Spotlight: Bearcat Pantry

Something people might not see or talk about is poverty and homelessness within colleges. Everyone is aware of the homeless population in general because living in Cincinnati, we see homeless people quite frequently. But did you know that a survey done on 70 college campuses across 24 states showed that 13-14% of the student body was homeless? The researcher said […]

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The Internship Experience: Locating Opportunities

By Haley Fite Edited by Katy Randolph The diversity of an education in communication allows students to fill many different internship roles in a variety of communication industries from public relations and marketing to sales and broadcast news. Internships provide valuable experience for all students to apply the theoretical knowledge they acquire in the classroom to the real and urgent […]

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Building a Professional Network

It’s not what you know, but who you know.  These words were said to me by a fraternity brother of mine during our time spent at undergrad.  It’s easy to downplay such advice when you are firmly rooted in the safe cocoon that is college, where everyone you need to know is readily available.  However as graduation loomed, this particular […]

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The Going Home Project

On Saturday November 8, 2014, members of the UCommunicate team broke ground with our first consulting event! After several months of strategic planning, accessing and idea generation, UCommunicate, a student run consulting agency, had the exciting opportunity to put our skills to use with our first client, the University of Cincinnati’s International Admissions Office. Graduate students and UCommunicate specialists Olivia […]

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