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Comment #25

Comment #25
Written by: Michael Greer
Title: Giving Black
http://mgreer12.wordpress.com/2010/01/29/giving-back/

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April 28, 2010 at 3:17 am | Reply

Michael,
As you know, I am member of Phi Mu. Our philanthropy is the Children’s Miracle Network. I, like yourself, enjoy giving back through my sorority. It is fun to give back when you are with some of your best friends. I like how most people involved with Greek Life participate in philanthropic events other than ones that pertain to their organization. You can’t expect people to participate in yours unless you give back to theirs too. It is like one big circle of giving back. It is good to know that guys can enjoy giving back and helping others too. Good luck to Sigma Nu and its philanthropy!
Happy Blogging!
Haley

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comment #24


comment #24
Written by: Chris Yates
Title:  The “Real World” of PR
April 27, 2010
http://cyates4.wordpress.com/2010/02/15/the-real-world-of-pr/

hkbarnes – April 28, 2010

I can totally see how you wouldn’t like Kell on Earth. Even though it is show about a PR company, I think the target audience is females. I found it very interesting and have grown to love it. I am a fan of pretty much everything on the Bravo channel though.
I agree with you that Kelly preaches a lot about how the job is very high-stressed. If someone is really that stressed all the time you would think they wouldn’t keep pointing out the obvious. At least in my life I don’t like to talk about how stressed I am because it only makes it worse.
The show can only be so different from other reality tv shows because they are all based on “reality” or some version of it.
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comment #23

Comment #23
Written by: Chris Yates
Title: Responding to negative news on the internet
April 27, 2010
http://cyates4.wordpress.com/2010/04/27/responding-to-negative-news-on-the-internet/

1. hkbarnes – April 28, 2010

I thought this post was really interesting. I like your whole blog actually. I think the whole PR News Channel on Youtube is very helpful to students. I even bookmarked it so I can access it easily. Negative news is something everyone in public relations will encounter at some point in their career. I am going to write some of these important points down and put them away for safe keeping until the day I have to handle bad news. This scenario is a very likely encounter one day, so thanks for picking this one to discuss. I only wish the video had a little more pizazz to it.
Happy Blogging!
Haley
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comment #22

Comment #22
Written by: An Le
Title: Tim McGraw Coming to Georgia Southern University
April 27, 2010
http://ale604.wordpress.com/2010/04/27/tim-mcgraw-coming-to-georgia-southern-university/

I was also very excited when I found out Tim Mcgraw was coming to Georgia Southern. I had heard rumors in the fall that it was probably going to be a big country act. I love country music so this was very exciting for me. I was sad to hear the his opening act, Lady Antebellum, would not be doing to the show with him. This discouraged me a little from going and when I heard about the prices I decided not to go. His tour is stopping in Atlanta the weekend after school is done so I am seeing him then instead.
Enjoy the concert! I’m sure he is going to put on a fantastic show!
Happy Blogging!
Haley

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comment #21

comment #21

Written by: An Le
Title: Lindsay Lohan Trouble
April 27, 2010
http://ale604.wordpress.com/2010/04/27/lindsay-lohan-trouble/

I was a huge Lindsay Lohan fan when I was little. I loved her version of the Parent Trap. Ever since the movie Mean Girls I feel like she has gone down hill. When is the last time she was in a movie anyways. I heard news earlier this week that she was dropped from her latest role because they didn’t think she was bankable enough.
Also, haven’t her and her father been bashing one another via Twitter? I think that is a good example of social media being used for the wrong reasons. Whatever her issues are I hope she can sort them out before it’s too late and i think her dad needs to stop discussing it with the media and try and handle it privately.
Happy Blogging!
Haley

hkbarnes – April 28, 2010 at 1:59 am
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comment 20

comment #20

Written by: Anna Glisson
Title: The Importance of Social Networking Sites
April 27, 2010
http://annalg.wordpress.com/2010/02/27/the-importance-of-social-networking-sites/

I loved this post. I thought it was so interesting, especially the article on the military. Usually when you think about the military you think of them doing there own thing and not conforming to the things going on in society. I do think it is very smart move for them to get involved with social media. I for one, can’t imagine my life without social media being a part of it. I love facebook and skype. They help me keep in contact with friends easily. I love how I can see my friends and family even if I am far away. It makes me miss them a little less.
Happy blogging!
Haley

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comment #19

Comment #19

Written by: Allie Harrington
Title:  Kate Gosselin
April 27, 2010
http://ah01490.wordpress.com/2010/04/26/kate-gosselin/

hkbarnes  |  April 28, 2010 at 2:46 am

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I totally agree with you. It was past Kate’s time to leave Dancing with the Stars. I would rather see celebrities on there who can actually dance or a least do more than walk around the dance floor.

I know I’m not a mother or in her position, but I don’t know if I could leave my kids for lengthy period of time like she does.

I realize that she can’t support her eight children by going back to work as a nurse, but can’t she find something to do that’s out of the public eye. She can’t keep complaining about the media hounding her if she keeps putting herself out there.
Happy Blogging!
Haley

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comment 18

comment #18

Written by: Michael Greer
Title:  Baseball: The Best of America’s Game
April 27, 2010
http://mgreer12.wordpress.com/2010/04/23/baseball-the-best-of-americas-game/

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April 28, 2010 at 2:57 am | Reply

I love baseball too. Especially the Braves. The good thing about baseball season is there is a game on everyday. I am very impressed that you actually watch it every day. I am from the Atlanta area so I grew up going to lots of Braves games and it’s weird being at school down here and not able to to just go whenever I want. In a recent issue of Sports Illustrated, I think the one covering the Masters, they had a great article about Jason Heyward. if you haven’t read it yet I would highly recommend it! I love having John Smoltz as a commentator this year too. He was such an amazing player and all round good guy so I’m glad he is back to share his immense baseball/pitching knowledge with all of us.
Happy Blogging!
Haley Barnes

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comment 17

Comment #17

written by:Lauren Stevens
Title: PR Connection #10
April 27, 2010
http://laurenstevens.wordpress.com/2010/04/26/pr-connection-10/

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hkbarnes Says:
April 27, 2010 at 9:45 pm

Lauren,
I have seen commercials for this over the past few weeks and your post was very informative. I agree with you. This was a great PR move for KFC. I rarely eat KFC, but since they are supporting such a great cause I have been considering get some friends together and going to one. I love that you mentioned the Silver Anvil Award because in my Intro to PR class we had to do projects on companies that had been nominated or had won this award. I think KFC would be a great recipient of this award as well.
Happy Blogging!
Haley

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comment 16

Comment #16

written by: Lauren Stevens
Title: PR Connections #7
April 27, 2010
http://laurenstevens.wordpress.com/2010/04/25/pr-connection-7/

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hkbarnes Says:
April 27, 2010 at 9:54 pm

Lauren,
I am a huge tennis fan like you and I was shocked when I watched Serena’s actions live during the match last fall. I understand that she is competitive and was stressed about her mediocre performance that even, but you just can’t say that to someone. I applaud the WTA for fining her and luckily even with this mistake she will still have plenty of fans and people who go to tournaments to watch her play. I know she apologized later for her actions, but the damage was already done. I highly doubt that line judge will even participate in a match with her ever again. I certainly wouldn’t want to. Great blog topic!
Happy Blogging!
Haley

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