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Jan 2, 2020

Don’t Take Your Eye Off the Ball

How the NCAA Fumbled the Most Important Part of Its Story By Dante Pannell As the chilling laugh which concludes Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” comes crashing through the speakers at the […]

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Dec 24, 2019

More than a Pretty (Inter)Face

earch for “dating” on Google, and the results are not surprising. Matchmaking and speed dating appear, but also endless lists of the “10 best dating apps for…” matched with some qualifier, ranging from specific professions to broad demographics. Countless singles have tried or found love, on at least one dating app since their inception.

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Nov 19, 2019

Deadlier Than Cyanide

Johnson & Johnson’s Response to the Opioid Crisis By Hannah Landers “No more tears.” For more than half a century, Johnson & Johnson has made this promise to families across […]

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Sep 27, 2019

Caught at a Customer Crossroads

Keeping on a Steady Path Amidst Confounding Customer Demands By Hannah Landers Controversy started with a headline: “TRUMP URGES UNITY VS. RACISM.” In its August 14, 2019 edition, The New York […]

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Sep 20, 2019

Picturing Politics

By Kenly Craighill That the American voter is rational—critically evaluating the policies and promises of each candidate—is an idealist’s fantasy. The mass electorate is neither informed nor rational: most voters […]

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Aug 7, 2019

Defying Disruption

The Limits of Industries Resistant to Change By Hannah Landers The white dress. The flowers. An inevitable choice between chicken or fish. The months of stressed out planning and coordination. […]

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Jul 18, 2019

“How to Marie Kondo Your Brand in 4 Easy Steps!”

How co-opting another’s success can spell disaster for your brand. By Mike Dea “It’s about choosing joy.” Marie Kondo became a titan in the industry of home organization when her […]

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Jul 3, 2019

Suffering From Premature Gratification?

Why “Instant” and “Gratification” Don’t Make a Happy Couple By Kenly Craighill Veruca Salt: a timeless image of spoiled, entitled youth. With her fists clenched and lips turned downward into […]

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Jun 18, 2019

Recasting the Past

Using Nostalgia to Create an Audience Connection By Hannah Landers “What is the charm that makes old things so sweet?” Although novelist Sarah Doudney penned this phrase in her 19th […]

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Jun 6, 2019

The Limitation of Imitation

By Kenly Craighill Adolescence: the age of bad acting. In this graceless phase of acne and braces, teenagers strategically morph into anything resembling some abstract idea of “cool.” The teenage […]

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