PRSSA hosts Masquerade Ball

Liberty students had the chance to dress up and dance the night away at the Masquerade Ball, hosted by Liberty’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) chapter, Thursday night, Nov. 6. More than 200 students arrived in masks, gowns and suits to enjoy live music, chocolate and cheese fountains …

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Students network in D.C.

LEADERSHIP — PRSSA executive team represented Liberty's chapter in this year's national conference. Photo provided

While many students went home or on short vacations over fall break, seven Liberty students traveled to Washington, D.C., for the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) national conference.

The event, titled Intersections: The Meeting Place of Communications & Culture, took […]

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Plunge benefits Special Olympics

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The money raised will be used to support the Special Olympics program in Lynchburg and throughout Virginia The sixth annual Hill City Polar Plunge was met with sunny skies and temperatures in the mid-50s, a stark contrast to the 32 degrees and snow that was reported the previous year. The …

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PRSSA hosts alumni

Homecoming — Alumni share career advice with students. Photo credit: Melanie Oelrich

Graduates return to share experiences in the communication field “Who you are now is not who you will always be. Where you are now is not where you will always be. Keep moving forward.” This piece of advice given by Liberty University graduate student and assistant Nate Jurgensen was one …

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PRSSA’s ‘Catchy Communications’

Lynchburg Hillcats employee Erik Wilson shared his public relations experience with Liberty students Thursday Communication students were invited to attend a workshop Thursday, March 21 that was hosted by Liberty University’s Public Relations Society of America (PRSSA). During the event, Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations at Lynchburg Hillcats Minor …

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Students network with PRSSA

PRSSA — Executive board members of PRSSA Kristen Gorstuch and Victoria Petrocelli pose at the club’s table. Photo provided

The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) jump-started the new school year with a kickoff party Thursday, Sept. 6. Guest speaker Carla Parks Wooley, head of public relations for B&W Nuclear Operations Group, spoke to the students about the importance of public relations and clarified misconceptions about the profession. …

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