This year, Disney’s iconic Mickey Mouse turns 90 years old! To celebrate such a monumental occasion, New York City has a new exhibit planned in honor of Mickey Mouse. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Mickey: The True Original Exhibition, is an interactive, pop up art installation that opened in Chelsea this week. Disney describes the exhibit as, “inspired by Mickey’s status as a ‘true original’ … Continue reading NYC’s Funky Take on Celebrating Mickey Mouse’s 90th Birthday
Ten Marist College PRSSA members attended the club’s annual agency tour trip to New York City on Nov. 10. Boarding a bright-and-early 7:33 a.m. train, students came armed with copious research and pre-planned questions for representatives at these top agencies. Hunter Public Relations marked the first stop on the journey. With an open floor plan and a newly-renovated space, Hunter exuded a clean, modern vibe. … Continue reading Fall Agency Tour Illustrated Many Avenues of PR
James Charles is a 19-year-old makeup sensation. His career began 2015 when be decided to post makeup tutorials on Youtube. He would regularly post videos of himself showing his viewers how to do different makeup looks. When Charles was named the first male CoverGirl spokesmodel in 2016, his fame took off. He worked alongside Katy Perry, and since then has done collaborations with other … Continue reading James Charles is Encouraging his fans to “Unleash their Inner Artist” with his new Palette
A few weeks ago, a few Marist PRSSA members had the honor of hearing Sean Greenwood speak at the Annual PRSA Tri-State Conference at New York University. Mr. Greenwood, PR Director of Ben and Jerry’s spoke about the importance of ethics, brand transparency, and corporate responsibility in the Public Relations field. Mr. Greenwood believes that “Businesses have the responsibility to give back to the community, … Continue reading WE SCREAM PECAN RESIST!
This past Tuesday, November 6, was Election Day where millions of Americans voted in the Midterm elections. The results of the elections across the country were absolutely incredible with so many historical changes happening in multiple states. The Midterm elections were highly advertised for people to exercise their right to vote as this election was seen to be the most impactful to our generation. With … Continue reading How Do The Midterm Elections Effect Us?
On October 30, 2003, the musicalWicked opened at The Gershwin Theater on Broadway. This spectacular show created by Stephen Schwartz was adapted from Gregory Maguire’s novel, Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West. Wicked is often touted as a prequel; a clever story of Oz before Dorothy. It is, however, so much more; a lesson in love, inclusion and tolerance taught … Continue reading No One Mourns the Wicked
News broke from multiple outlets on Thursday, October 25th that the 1995 film Clueless will be getting a remake via Paramount Pictures. The writer of Girls Trip will be producing the remake and writer Maquita Robinson of the Netflix series “GLOW” has been hired to write the script. This film gained status and has been recognized for its trending fashion, slang, catchphrases, and art of … Continue reading Remake? “As If”