Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Chapter Advisor Julie Hagenbuch explains what PRSSA is, looks back on the organization’s fall semester and previews their upcoming events for the spring, while at the 2019 PRSSA Christmas Party.
Bowling Green State University sticks to their “Traditions to Tomorrow” master plan, with the construction of the Robert W. and Patricia A. Mauer Center set to open in the fall of 2020.
The Office of Off-Campus Student Services hosted the 2019 Off-Campus Student Housing fair on Nov. 13 in Olscamp Hall. This event was open to all students at Bowling Green State University and lasted from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
The weekend of Oct. 18, Bowling Green State University’s Public Relations Student Society of America’s (PRSSA) executive board traveled to San Diego, Calif. for the international PRSSA Conference. Brianna Blackburn, PRSSA president, and Erika Glover, junior Public Relations major, discuss their favorite moments from their trip. First, Blackburn recalls when she met up with a fellow falcon alumnus and watched the sun set over the Pacific ocean. Next, Glover talks about her experience at Better Buzz Coffee Roasters and why it has become her new favorite coffee shop.
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Second Year Social Studies Education major, Sydney Himanek, discusses her experiences at Bowling Green State University (BGSU). Originally from Michigan, Himanek’s decision to come to BGSU meant a lot of changes in her life, including some she did not predict. Nonetheless, Himanek discusses what Bowling Green means to her, and she gives an explanation as to why she continues to come back. Additionally, she offers insights as to what life is like in Ohio and gives advice to people who have never heard of BGSU.
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