Monthly Archives: May 2015

Words From The Wise: Parting Thoughts From Soon-to-be Graduates

With Commencement just a few weeks away, the Cupid Blog wanted to take a minute and talk to a few of the soon-to-be graduating seniors about what they have learned and hear any PWR words of wisdom they might have to share.                                         … Continue Reading

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On Finals: Five Things You’re Probably Realizing Your Parents and Teachers Were Right About

Mags Bryant ’16| Creative Writing & Professional Writing and Rhetoric With finals starting next week, you can practically smell the anxiety upon entering Belk. Right about now you might be realizing that your parents and teachers might have been right all along when they were telling you how to get through your final exams.   1. Finished is More Important … Continue Reading

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Logo/Personal Branding Design

Jessica Trinidad ’16 In the ever-changing technological era in which portfolios and resumes have extended their presence into the digital world, personal branding has become an even larger part of the job application process than ever before. Since there are now so many different mediums in which an individual can extend their professional presence, it is necessary to consider developing … Continue Reading

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How to Structure an Academic Essay

Carolyn Braganca ’15 If you leave Elon University with nothing else, you should leave knowing how to structure an essay. This seems pretty obvious—how many of us, after all, have had a class in which we did not write a research paper or some kind of essay? The common idea is that if you write a lot, you get better … Continue Reading

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Saving Time with Social Media

Rachel Weeks, ‘16 Social media is a powerful tool for interacting with others, building your personal brand, and expanding your professional network. But between classes, homework, and on-campus activities, it can be hard to even think about putting in the time for using social media professionally. Despite that, on average, American adults spend more than three hours a day on … Continue Reading

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