October 2020


Alumnus and Edelman VP, Nick Lucido, Shares How Industry is Adapting with COVID-19

Businesses globally are facing challenges due to impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The remote-working style and the ability to virtually collaborate have empowered companies like global communications firm, Edelman, to continue to evolve, promote and protect the brands of their clients. Nick Lucido, Edelman vice president of Global Brand Practice and a graduate of AD+PR, shared some insight on…[read more]


Entrepreneur and AD+PR Instructor, Rose Tantraphol, Mentors PR Students as New PRSSA Advisor

As a successful business owner and AD+PR instructor, Rose Tantraphol is invested in cultivating the next generation of PR professionals. Beginning in fall 2020, Tantraphol is putting her skills and experience to work as new faculty advisor for the MSU chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America. [read more]

19 Questions in COVID-19: Tips for Online Learning Success

2020 has been a whirlwind for students and faculty as Michigan State University continues online learning for the fall semester due to COVID-19. We’re adjusting to living in a world where having efficient Wi-Fi- may reign supreme over self-care. As students, we may not have a good study area, necessary technology, and may struggle academically. [read more]

AD+PR Proves Vital In Upcoming Elections

The crisscrossing train wreck of a year has led us to, none other than, elections. Everything that has taken place this year will be accumulated into a voting process at multiple levels in this nation’s government. 2020 brings several controversial candidates and issues. Public perception will translate into votes and ultimately, wins and losses. [read more]


AD+PR Student Athlete Talks Sports and Advertising

Max Rosenthal is one of the roughly 300 student athletes in the Department of Advertising + Public Relations at Michigan State University. Besides being an advertising management major, he is also a tight end for the school’s football team. And like many students, he has been forced to adjust his life during the global health pandemic. [read more]