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Making the Most of Spring 2015

We’re kicking off week three of the semester at SC, and hopefully everyone is back in the swing of things and enjoying their new set of classes! Spring 2015 will definitely be a busy period for me, keeping track of my classes, a part-time internship, and my obligations in clubs and activities. I have no […]

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Posted on January 26, 2015 by Frank

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Putting My Skills to the Test at Marshall

Any current student here at Marshall knows that the classes that make up our core curriculum are no joke. They’ve presented challenges to me that required creativity, teamwork, and long bouts of problem-solving to complete. If I were to pick one class project, however, that stands out to me as a particular challenge, I would […]

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Posted on December 1, 2014 by Frank

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My Own Marshall Bucket List

If you keep up with Marshall Mashup like I do, you’ll occasionally see one of our student writers telling you about their “bucket list” items here at USC and as a student in Marshall, and I’d like to hop on the bandwagon and tell you a little about my own. Specifically as a transfer student, […]

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Posted on November 17, 2014 by Frank

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Interviewing in the Classroom

For any students who have recently taken or are currently in BUAD 302 (Communication Strategies for Business), you know that we had what I consider to be a very interesting assignment this semester. As part of a long term networking project, students were given the opportunity to submit resumes, cover letters, inter-office memos, and thank […]

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Posted on November 10, 2014 by Frank

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Buying the “Why”: How the Golden Circle Taught Me to Lead

When I sat down to look back at my semesters at USC and Marshall and think about some of the more valuable knowledge I’ve taken away, the first thing that came to mind was how quickly those semesters seem to be going by. An idea that struck me right off the bat, however, happened just […]

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Posted on November 3, 2014 by Frank

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Gaining a Role Model at Marshall

“If you learn just one thing while you’re in college, learn accounting.” That was the advice which was instilled in me by countless friends and relatives as I embarked on my college career a couple of years ago. I didn’t totally understand it, probably because I didn’t exactly have a proficient understanding of accounting to […]

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Posted on October 27, 2014 by Frank

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Jumpstarting Your Involvement at USC Marshall

When I transferred to USC as a sophomore, I knew that I wasn’t in for the same exact new-student experience that many freshmen were gearing up for in the Fall. That being said, when I came into the Marshall community, I dove in eyes-wide-open and ready to try my hand at whatever piqued my interest […]

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Posted on October 20, 2014 by Frank

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Will our iPhones be our new wallets, too?

With a lot of talk going around the rumor mill about Apple’s upcoming debut of Apple Pay, there have been inevitable discussions about how mobile payments are going to affect the business world—specifically the small business world—as a result. The world is not seeing this technology for the first time with the iPhone. The question, […]

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Posted on October 13, 2014 by Frank

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