Vice presidential scholar Shirley Anne Warshaw was quoted in a Dallas News article on Presidential candidate Donald Trump's choice of Governor Mike Pence for his Vice Presidential running mate. Her quote was featured in other newspapers around the country.
Any politician can give a speech, kiss a baby, spike in polls or roll out a slogan. Only a future president can pick a future vice president. That would make Donald Trump's selection of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence the most presidential act he's taken to date — an important milestone for a candidate who has shunned the norms of decorum and process traditionally expected of a would-be commander in chief.
Inside Higher Ed wrote an article on the Gettysburg College brand and its sustainability, featuring CMO Paul Redfern.
From Inside Higher Ed:
How do you build a brand that can last? Many attributes characterize long-lasting brands, but one good indication that you have a sustainable brand is when it can transcend a change in CEO and/or CMO.
How often do we hear about colleges or universities who began rebranding shortly after a new CEO arrived on campus? Or a CMO whose first initiative is to initiate rebranding? I’m a cynic: these cases read to me as a new hire seeking to make a mark quickly.
To be fair, many institutions need to do serious brand strategy or at least need to creatively refresh what they have. Plus, not all colleges and university brands are built on a strong foundation in the first place. But there are institutions like Gettysburg College where, as Paul Redfern, its CMO, noted, “… Our brand has thrived for more than a decade: it’s well into a third Presidency and second CMO.”
Professor Randy Wilson, and his son Nolan, were featured in an article on PennLive on Nolan's Pokemon Go playing.
Do you want to be the very best, like no one ever was? Then you'll have to be better than Nolan Wilson.
The 14-year-old Hershey native is ranked among the world's best players of the Pokemon collectible card game, according to his recent second place finish as the 2016 Pokemon National Championships. Reaching the finals has given him enough points to earn a spot at the World Championships this year in San Fransisco.
Lori Atinizian'17, a Cinema and Media studies major, was a summer intern for ABC27. She and other interns were featured in an article done by ABC27 reporting on the news broadcast they put together.
Every summer, the interns at ABC27 put together a news broadcast to test the skills they have developed over the course of their internships. Each intern is assigned a role to get an in depth look at a specific career they may plan to pursue after graduating.
A study to prevent dehydration done at Gettysburg College was featured in an article on BioSpace.
Shirley Anne Warshaw was quoted in an article featured internationally in the South China Morning Post, on Donal Trump's selection of Governor Mike Pence as his Vice Presidential running mate.
From South China Morning Post:
Any politician can give a speech, kiss a baby, spike in polls or roll out a slogan. Only a future president can pick a future US vice-president.
That would make Donald Trump’s apparent selection of Indiana Governor Mike Pence the most presidential act he’s taken to date — an important milestone for a candidate who has shunned the norms of decorum and process traditionally expected of a would-be commander in chief.
Mathematics professor Charles Wessell conducted an analysis on the Electoral College that was featured in newspapers around Florida.
From Palm Springs Florida Weekly:
THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 2016 IS NOT YET IN FULL SWING, but already voters are in a state of deep despair. If the opinion polls are to be believed, a majority of Americans would prefer someone other than Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton to bethe next president of the United States. Yet, barring an unforeseen and unknowable circumstance, either Mr. Trump or Ms. Clinton will indeed take the oath of office in January.
Given the deep divisions that are tearing at the very fabric of our Republic, it is unlikely that the winning candidate will receive a majority of the popular vote, and that matters not in settling the issue. The votes of consequence are those cast in the Electoral College — that quirky and confusing entity devised in haste by the men who wrote and ratified the Constitution in 1787.