Seeking Skills

  Sitting in the small office, you look over to your left and see all the plaques of achievements, rewards and degrees your potential boss has. He takes your resume looking intently up and down with a look at you then back at the paper. He finally asks, did you do any other work related…

Gender in PR

Placing your hands on the door, you look back. You see your boss at his desk answering a phone call. Just ten minutes ago you came into his office with all the right reasons to give you a pay raise. You’re leaving now with defeat and anger. You’ve worked with this company for a few…

Lost then Found

  I was lost in my career options. I had just finished my last year of community college, and came back to Central to meet with a counselor to discuss my options of a major. But I still felt uneasy in what I wanted to do and become. Already I was into reading and writing…

The Art of Awareness

The first Friday, art walk at the Clymer Museum showcased a few art pieces done by students part of the art department, and were specifically created to represent mental health awareness. Many people were there to support the work as well as enjoyed some music and wine. EBURGspeaks is working with the Campaign to Change…

Is Doug Adler’s Lawsuit even Worth it?

Earlier this year on Jan. 18, a comment was made by ESPN announcer Doug Adler to one of the most popular tennis stars, Venus Williams. During one of her matches Adler apparently made a remark describing Williams using “the guerrilla effect” New York Times used this as a leverage and posted it on Twitter. Many found it…

California’s Water Drought. Is it Managed well?

Over several years of hearing Global Warming, and how it is effecting our world. It is considerably believable knowing where California stands with its famous drought. Water is obviously an essential in our everyday lives. However, it is becoming a scarce resource that we may be fighting for in the future. Living in the Pacific…