Creating a Professional Capsule Wardrobe Style

By: Jo Seir As students enter the professional world, one item that is often overlooked is what to wear. Interviews, internships, and professional events mean stocking your closet with business-casual clothes for the first time and curating a closet that reflects your personal style. Building a capsule wardrobe is a great way to downsize yourContinue reading “Creating a Professional Capsule Wardrobe Style”

Observations From a Transfer Student: How to Make a Successful Transition to Ohio State

By: Malachi Brooks Sometimes it can be tough figuring out where you belong, especially during college. For me, it took two years to decide that pursuing a degree at a small liberal arts college was not in my best interest. Transferring to Ohio State this semester was one of the best decisions I made forContinue reading “Observations From a Transfer Student: How to Make a Successful Transition to Ohio State”

How to Hustle: A College Student’s Guide to Making Money on the Side

By: Angelina Globokar I received my first paycheck when I was 15 years old. I was working my first job at McDonald’s and had just been handed a check of around $90. I remember staring at it in disbelief. In my 15-year-old brain, this meant I was rich. Over four years later, I am noContinue reading “How to Hustle: A College Student’s Guide to Making Money on the Side”

Top 5 PR and Communication Certificates to Take Over the Summer

By Jonathan Mayes Congratulations!! You’ve made it to the last week of classes in what has been anundoubtably strange, and often times, never ending spring semester. In normal times, people would be leaving a classroom setting and exchanging it for an office setting for their internship. However, in times like these, it seems like internshipsContinue reading “Top 5 PR and Communication Certificates to Take Over the Summer”

Six Essentials Every Ohio State Student Needs This Spring Semester

By Jane Parry A HammockIf you have ever stepped foot on campus, you know that hammocks are extremely popular. In the springtime, it’s virtually impossible to go a day without seeing someone laying in a hammock. After recently purchasing my own, I must say, they are worth it! Hammocks are the perfect way to relaxContinue reading “Six Essentials Every Ohio State Student Needs This Spring Semester”

The importance of “me time” and what you can do to find some

By Karissa Eisinger I think I can safely say that everyone has learned a lot from the Coronavirus pandemic–the importance of vaccinations, social distancing, wearing a mask, washing your hands, the list goes on… but there is so much more to be learned from a global pandemic and an extremely long period of isolation thanContinue reading “The importance of “me time” and what you can do to find some”

Top 5 Ways to Stay Motivated During the Quarantine Slump

By Olivia Cohen As the one-year anniversary of quarantine nears, it gets increasingly harder to stay motivated in college. Zoom classes, piles of homework, limited interaction, and stressful university emails seem to be never ending. As I take a look at my fellow students, I can tell that we have all entered the ‘quarantine slump’Continue reading “Top 5 Ways to Stay Motivated During the Quarantine Slump”

Male vs. Female Sports Coverage and Pay Gap: If You’re Not First, You’re Last

By Lauren Taras I sat on my couch on Sunday waiting to watch the rivalry erupt between the Ohio State and Michigan basketball teams on my TV. However, there were two games going on. Ohio State men’s basketball had tip-off at 1:00 p.m. while the women’s team had a start time just an hour later.Continue reading “Male vs. Female Sports Coverage and Pay Gap: If You’re Not First, You’re Last”

Putting your best face forward: How to look professional for your next big interview

By Lila Kratsas It goes without saying that interviews, especially during these unprecedented times, can be extremely nerve-wracking. Some struggle with knowing how to act and what to say when trying to stand out over Zoom. Not only do you have to nail your elevator pitch, but you’re also expected to look professional while doingContinue reading “Putting your best face forward: How to look professional for your next big interview”

How The PRactice helped me to understand true PR

By Maddy Fuller Coming into Ohio State I was a data analytics major, with not much knowledge of the business and professional world, and the different avenues that can be explored. After a computer science engineering class I quickly changed my major into the Fisher College of Business. I was thrown into the business world with littleContinue reading “How The PRactice helped me to understand true PR”