The author, who teaches PR to university students, explains the habits of students that grate on college professors.
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“Print me one more time" is a non-profit project created by a printer and a graphic designer working in close collaboration. Responsible for the printing and Magic mechanical was Yann Cloutier. He also contacted us last week for showing this video to our followers and fans.
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The lust for work may be innate but we have to learn working hard. Our common desire for the noble craft and contemporary graphic design brings us this cross-sectional shape which is for us the foundation of this project.
Poster “PMOMT” is the first part of a project oriented to develop with different kind of printed media. The posters are limited and made with a real Heidelberg offset press machine. Finalized the poster can be rolled together and you can see words when moving the letters in the perfect overlayed position. Get your poster now and support this project!
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For those who question the value of college in this era of soaring student debt and high unemployment, the attitudes and experiences of today’s young adults—members of the so-called Millennial generation—provide a compelling answer.
Thank you David Koeth for introducing me to Tom and thank you for sending me this piece. Let’s hear from Tom Rutledge: If I had any advice to give to anyone, it would be to never discount anything …