The Secrets to the Success of Jason Wong, Entrepreneur and Social Media Marketing Extraordinaire

Recently, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jason Wong, a first-year software engineering student at the University of California, Irvine, who has already founded three companies. In high school, Jason grew his Tumblr audience to 1 million + followers, during which time he learned about social media marketing. Leveraging his social media marketing expertise, Jason

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10 Things Communications Majors Should Know

Welcome to the world of communications; a fast growing industry that’s fast paced and ever-changing. In communications, there are heaps of areas to explore and tons of opportunities for you to discover. Now that you’ve entered the realm, here are ten things communications majors should know that will help you through your program: 1. Don’t

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Social Media: Career Killer or Career Booster?

Throughout high school, I had this negative perception of social media as a sort of guilty pleasure if you will. Undoubtedly, outlets such as Facebook and Twitter lend themselves to be easy distractions while studying. Now in my later years of undergrad, my views on using social media have shifted; social media can facilitate career

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Leader in the Spotlight: Hannah Lee, Humanitarian & Cancer Researcher

Our February 2015 Leader in the Spotlight is Hannah Lee, a fourth year UBC Medical Laboratory Sciences student. Hannah has some incredible international experiences, which include volunteering at a pediatric hospital in Laos after their flood crisis and conducting cancer research in Korea. Closer to home, Hannah has been involved with World Vision UBC and

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