Monthly Archives: September 2021

Nike and Social Issues in their Advertisements

by Bella Gonzalez, Daniel Harbaugh, and Bailey Nolting (Group 1) The Fast Company published an article on July 24th, 2021 titled, “How Nike made taking a stand on social issues part of its marketing“. Nike has been a prominent brand … Continue reading

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Hospitality Businesses Fight Back against Customers

According to the article “Restaurant and Hotels push back against uptick in customer’s”, many restaurants and hotels and hospitality businesses are beginning to fight back against the emotional abuse they withhold from their customers. Many of the hospitality businesses’ have … Continue reading

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Journalism (Kobe Bryant’s Death)

by Bella Rush, Mya, Jack. Kobe Bryant the professional basketball player, passed away at age 41 in a helicopter crash. He was known as one of basketballs most praised players. He was one of the greatest players of all times. … Continue reading

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Group 6: Myleen & Dallas (Public Relations)

The article, “Bud Lighticke: How Bud Light intercepted a missed opportunity to quickly partner with NFL quarterback Taylor Heinicke,” is a prime example of great public relations work. Bud Light is already a partner of the NFL, however, public relations … Continue reading

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Journalism

Ethics in is important because it helps the relationship with the consumer and the creator. using ethics in advertising helps the consumer know exactly what he or she needs to know about the products or the important news. When a … Continue reading

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Abercrombie’s Glitch

I think the phrase “all press is good press” is only applicable when the “press” is beneficial to the company. For example, if “bad press” simply attracts attention to a company and potentially increases its profits, then the “bad press” … Continue reading

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Group 8: Joe, Alexia, JJ, Advertising

The article “18 False Advertising Scandals That Cost Some Brands Millions” published on Business Insider and written by Will Heilpern investigates different advertising lies that companies have told the public. Kellog’s, the largest cereal manufacturer in the world, has been … Continue reading

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Kailey, Sommer, Cassidy, Cheating

Kailey, Sommer, Cassidy It is no secret that students across America find themselves overwhelmed with work and struggling to get assignments done on time, which is why it came as no surprise to me when I learned that 15% of … Continue reading

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Cheating Blog Comment

Jane Grandchamp I think cheating in college is very prevalent. I find I know more people who cheat in math and science classes with websites like Chegg than people paying for essays to be written. I think it’s wrong for … Continue reading

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Cheating review

Kailey, Sommer, Cassidy It is no secret that students across America find themselves overwhelmed with work and struggling to get assignments done on time, which is why it came as no surprise to me when I learned that 15% of … Continue reading

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