• The University of Miami Public Relations Student Society of America chapter (PRSSA) hosted a panel of local media leaders for the Pitch Perfect II event on Wednesday, Oct. 14, at the School of Communication. 

    The journalists shared their advice to a full audience of students and professional PR practitioners on how to build relations and credibility, as well as told a few horror stories of things gone wrong.

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  • The PRSSA elections were held Thursday, April 23 in Shoma Hall. Members of the club joined together to honor their graduating seniors and vote for the organization’s new executive board committee. Current president, Gabby Reyes, kicked off the event giving a speech that thanked each and every member for their hard work and dedication throughout the year. She emphasized how far along PRSSA has come since she first joined the club.

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  • Want to get your story ideas picked up by the media?

    Come to “Pitch Perfect: The Do’s and Don’ts of Pitching to the Media” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 11, in CIB 2055. 

    You will hear from a panel of seasoned PR professionals and journalists who will share case studies and tips on how to target and reach the media to ensure you get the coverage you want.

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  • By Alicia Charmaine -

    I’ve got to tweet this! Seated to my left was the Executive Vice President of Media Strategies at Edelman, to my right was the Manager of Strategic Communications at the British Embassy and directly in front of me was Amy Robach, news anchor of Good Morning America and observer of happy tears as a result of having just delivered quite the evocative speech.

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  • UM PRSSA got the ball rolling in its human hamster ball event in the Grass Field Thursday afternoon.

    A sunny Florida day turned out to be perfect to enjoy 360 degrees of fun. People stopped by to roll around the green and race with their friends.

    For many, it was their first time and something they were wishing to do for a long time. Marianna Giunchi, an engineering student, said that this was definitely something she was checking off her bucket list.

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