Category Archive: Media

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

“Mediamorphosis”: designing a global identity

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Despite being part of the generation that has grown up with Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, Twitter, etc.—I sometimes long for simpler, social media-free times. Unarguably, social media has contributed to a much more connected… Continue reading

Confronting the ideology of hatred

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Uninspiring terrorism requires a multifaceted approach, but the first step is talking By Téa Francesca Price | Phoenix “Did you see? There was another attack,” said a woman in a queue at FedEx.… Continue reading

Yerba Mate

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When Mexico and Uruguay come together, it often times involves a soccer match.  This time, it was over a caffeine-rich drink native to South America known as ‘mate’. The drink itself is similar… Continue reading

A Kitchen Without Borders

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by Tynin Fries, Kazi Mohua and Paul Nyongesa Have you ever tried to cook a meal with flavors from three different continents? Last week, the three of us — Paul Nyongesa, from Kenya; Kazi… Continue reading

A European Fusion

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| PHOENIX by Szabolcs Panyi & Téa Francesca Price With only one country separating Hungary and Italy, coming together to create a dinner was both an easy and enjoyable experience. To gather the… Continue reading

Leadership and Values

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Over the course of the Humphrey Seminar, we’ve dissected a lot of social, political and cultural questions. From this, I’ve tried to distill a way to succeed in personal and professional goals. Dialogue… Continue reading

UNSTOPPABLE- LEADERSHIP WITH PURPOSE!

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Leadership is about taking responsibilities, stepping up to challenges and never be found wanting. For me the roadmap to leadership is a gradual step. If you have never been a good follower, there’s… Continue reading

Leader Plan from “Hero of Hispaniola”

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I used class today to present leadership values I pulled from “Hero of Hispaniola” by Chris Teal through quotes. Teal’s masterful description of the diplomat provided insight into how he lead, an example… Continue reading

Cashman’s seven change mastery shifts: Becoming a Leader for Life

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In his Book “Leadership From the Inside Out: Becoming a Leader for Life”, Kevin Cashman offers valuable insights, ideas, lessons and tools actual leaders or leaders-to-be can use to improve themselves, their employees,… Continue reading

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