- So this is happening in October. The PRSSA National Conference will never be any closer than it is this year. Talk to any Husson PRSSA member to find out how you can attend.
- Ever hear of the Bic Pens for Her or Colgate Lasagne? Of course not. You can see them and other product duds at the Museum of Failures opening soon in Sweden.
- Congrats to junior Kyle King who had Chance the Rapper retweet to his 3.5 million followers the album cover Kyle designed for fellow rapper Lud Foe.
- Have you made plans for Earth Day yet? It's this Friday and there's lots of activities.
- If you missed this blog post celebrating Women last month, catch up on the work of 4 brands.
- Another reason you are going to want to attend the PRSSA National Conference with the Husson/NESCom chapter of PRSSA this October in Boston.
- You won't be nervous if you follow these tips whether you are interviewing for a summer job or your first real job.
- Ellen's Oscar photo of celebrities was retweeted over 3 million times. Is Wendy's being fair?
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