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My Leadership Book: Leaders Eat Last

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Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t is written by the well-known author, Simon Sinek after he published Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action.… Continue reading

My Plan to Be a Better Leader

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In a song named “Something Just Like This” by Coldplay and The Chainsmokers, there are some lyrics that say “Where’d you wanna go? How much you wanna risk?” For me, when I start… Continue reading

Networking: The Realization of the Values in Studying Abroad

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Have you ever wondered whether you suit certain career options or not? In my case, I have asked myself the questions like “Am I able to be a good journalist?” and “Is journalism… Continue reading

My Personal Code of Ethics – From the View of Social Sciences

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As a psychology major who takes journalism courses, I ponder on the differences between a social scientist and a journalist. When it comes to a personal code of ethics, I think of the… Continue reading

Think Globally, Act Locally: Branding Through Social Media

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  In this week’s class, Dr. Silcock asked us to think about our usage of social media and the topic, “Global Me.” When thinking about the topic, I felt a kind of contradiction… Continue reading

Solve Terrorism? Conquer Our Stereotypes First

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With the rapid development of social media, it is easier for people to gather and share information with friends or even strangers. Further, most social media like Twitter or Facebook recommend new pages… Continue reading

Around the world in just one meal

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by Ahmed Elashry, Mila Moralic & Fang-Wen Lu We are from three different continents─Fang-Wen is from Asia, Mila is from Europe, and Ahmed just left Africa a few days ago. But guess what? We… Continue reading

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