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Meet Malcolm Glanville, a student athlete. In this second student athlete feature, we introduce you to Malcolm Glanville - a fourth-year Marketing Management student at the University of Guelph, and a player on the Guelph Gryphons men's basketball team. Tomas Karageorgos is

Sharlyn Carrington, MCM​, director and founder of ​Content Strong Communications​, is an award-winning creative communications strategist. Her ​wide experience in the public and private sectors​ includes developing integrated campaigns and providing communications advice to more than 12 Ontario Government ministers,

Public Relations professionals team together to support GTA-based, Black-led communications and event management companies. Canada prides itself on multiculturalism and inclusion yet the media industry faces constant criticism over its lack of Black representation. #GHalumni Kaela Johnson, Class of 2020, says, “When

What is the future of Blackness in the film industry? Black creators respond in this compelling anthology three-season series written by 21 Black playwrights, directed by 21 Black directors and performed by 21 Black actors. Arts organizations are paying closer attention

Amazon needs a public relations refresh. The international e-store with an annual income of $232.9 billion is failing its employees. Amazon has expanded to be one of the most prominent and well-respected companies in the nation. With its advances in affordability,

Meet Deena Rahal, a student athlete. In this first student athlete feature, we introduce you to Deena Rahal - a fourth-year Justice Studies student at the University of Guelph-Humber, and a player on the Humber Hawks women's rugby 7's team. Tomas Karageorgos

What is Clubhouse, and should I be using it? Picture LinkedIn and your favourite podcast app combined, only better. Clubhouse, the iOS-, invite-only live podcast app has sparked the interest of thousands. Less than a year since its launch in March, 2020,

Drop the code switch and advocate for more seats at the table. That’s the advice given to University of Guelph-Humber students by a distinguished panel of professional Black women who spoke at a videconferenced event Feb. 24. This 60-minute discussion, called “More

Date: Feb. 20, 2021. To celebrate Black History Month at Guelph-Humber, Maya Marcus, the 2020-2021 Media Studies academic program representative, organized More Seats at the Table: A Panel on Being Black in the Media Industry, for Feb. 24.   Marcus and Media Studies

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