The Jones Sisters Meet the Fab Five

Season 3 of Netflix’s Queer Eye was released on the streaming service and viewers were blessed with more heartwarming stories. This season, the Fab Five drove out to Kansas City and took on both men and women. The mission of the show is “to give people both the physical and emotional makeovers of their dreams” (Digital Spy, 2019). In the second episode of the new season, … Continue reading The Jones Sisters Meet the Fab Five

FOUR THINGS I LEARNED FROM A PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERNSHIP

Article by Sarah Lynch – EsPResso Committee Member Armed with a hefty notebook and my paper bag lunch, I timidly walked in the doors at my first PR internship. It was my senior year of high school, and though I had chosen PR as my intended major for college, I truly had no idea what I was walking into. I sent up a silent prayer, … Continue reading FOUR THINGS I LEARNED FROM A PUBLIC RELATIONS INTERNSHIP

WHO’S WHO: MEET THE E-BOARD 2016-2017

New year, new e-board! With the 2015-2016 academic coming to an end, Marist PRSSA’s current e-board will pass on their titles to a new set of members beginning in the fall. esPResso would like to extend their congratulations to the new e-board members, and we look forward to seeing what is in store for PRSSA in the coming year. To the current e-board, congratulations on … Continue reading WHO’S WHO: MEET THE E-BOARD 2016-2017

The “Damn, Daniel” Craze & how Businesses Monopolize on Viral Meme Culture

Article by Harley Chase | esPResso Committee Member  With the Internet’s prominence in all aspects of modern culture from communication to consuming to educating, it is no denying that internet memes and their viral capabilities have a vast effect on internet users. Memes are defined by the Oxford Dictionaries as “humorous photos, videos, or text that are copied and spread rapidly by Internet users”. From … Continue reading The “Damn, Daniel” Craze & how Businesses Monopolize on Viral Meme Culture

Resume and Cover Letter Workshop Recap

Article by Tatiana Miranda | esPResso Committee Member Summer is around the corner, so that means INTERNSHIPS (or jobs for you graduating seniors)! At one of our last meetings, the PRSSA eboard held a workshop and gave members advice on crafting resumes and cover letters. In case you missed out, Marist PRSSA offers these tips to keep in mind when working to applying jobs: Resumes and … Continue reading Resume and Cover Letter Workshop Recap

The Naturally Foxy Club

Article by Amanda Mancino | esPResso Committee Member The Naturally Foxy Club is the newest up-and-coming club at Marist College. Over the past year, is has grown beyond the scope originally intended by the capping project. The capping project was called “The Naturally Foxy Campaign,” which strived to bring awareness on campus about body image issues. For the campaign, participants would take pictures without showing their face … Continue reading The Naturally Foxy Club

President Obama Responds to “Humans of New York” Post

Article by Nicole Tremblay | esPResso Committee Member The popular Facebook and Instagram page, “Humans of New York,” created by Brandon Stanton, posts pictures and stories of people he interviews on the streets of New York. Since the page has grown in popularity, the account has travelled all over the world. Each post recieves over 50,000 likes and reaches large audiences. Recently, the account has been centered around Syrian refugees. … Continue reading President Obama Responds to “Humans of New York” Post