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I read banned books and I always will because I don't believe in censorship. Don't let someone else decide what ideas you are allowed to consider, and never attempt to limit someone else's access to information.
Apple seems to be failing its users repeatedly with products like the Apple Watch, Yosemite and iOS9. What, from a public relations standpoint, would you advise them to do at this point to address critics?
Subway can't catch a break. The Jared scandal was enough to break most companies. Now they've received an "F" for antibiotics in their meat. What, from a public relations standpoint, would you advise them to do?
Associated Collegiate Press is pleased to announce finalists for the following 2015 awards: PACEMAKERS: Newspaper Pacemaker Magazine Pacemaker INDIVIDUAL AWARDS: […]
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The Associated Collegiate Press is saddened to confirm of the death of Dan Reimold, whose College Media Matters website and […]