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Old Spice: The man your man could smell like

Hello, ladies, look at your man, now back to me, now back at your man, now back to me. Sadly, he isn’t me, but if he stopped using ladies scented body wash and switched to Old Spice, he could smell like he’s me. 174 more words

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Attending a job fair on campus -- 4 tips for fellow students

USI’s “CareerLink” hosts job fair on campus

USI is hosting a job fair on Wednesday, February 25, 2015. It will be located in Carter Hall and UC East 2217 from 10 am – 2 pm. 571 more words

Communications

Nando’s: Last dictator standing

With the world slowly turning into a democracy and America killing some of the other dictators, Nando’s imagined how lonely it must be for the last dictators standing. 91 more words

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Cheerios: #HowToDad

They may not wear their underwear on top of their pants and they may not have the symmetrical features of a Ken doll, but fathers are very much idolized. 183 more words

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6 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Hootsuite

 Hootsuite is the best way to manage your social media empire

6 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Hootsuite

Managing your personal or corporate social media accounts can become a daunting, time consuming task.

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Communications

Cartier: The Proposal

Cartier brought us a short film “The Proposal” directed by Sean Ellis on Valentine’s Day. Making use of the city of love (Paris) as their setting, we are given a front row seat of three love stories. 180 more words

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Japan’s strategic communications plan tries to avoid dangers wartime past

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe stands behind a rising sun flag during a review of Self-Defense Force troops at an annual ceremony in Asaka, Saitama Prefecture, in October 2013. 713 more words