Social Media, Technology, and Youth Participation

There’s no denying the prevalence of social media in every aspect of our lives. Whether in political campaigns or the process of finding and taking down terrorist groups, social media has shown its potential to play a crucial role in governmental affairs. But how does the public get involved? In…

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Spring Break: NY Agency Trip

Advertising professors Tobe Berkowitz and Carolyn Clark selected 6 senior and 6 graduate students studying advertising to join them on a trip to New York touring advertising agencies and networking with BU alumni working in the industry. [slideshow_deploy id=’8187′] Overall, the trip was an incredible experience and a great opportunity…

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Alternative Spring Break: Louisberg, North Carolina

Last week, nearly 500 students volunteered in 38 locations for this year’s BU Community Service Center’s Alternative Service Breaks program. Students focused on environmental, housing, children, disabilities, animal welfare, and more. One of the trips went to Louisburg, North Carolina to volunteer at Terrell Lane Middle School. Here is their…

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Lessons from a No Show & a Professional

An incredible conference was held this Wednesday at Boston University called “How to Succeed In Advertising [according to the women who already have].” At the conference sat a panel of advertising elite: Hill Holliday CEO Karen Kaplan; Mullen President Kristen Cavallo; and Arnold Worldwide Global President Pam Hamlin. Needless to…

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