Through the whole semester, we were trying to build our own business as we were learning how to be an entrepreneur. Each team worked on their own business idea to solve a problem. I think this is a meaningful activity that can walk us through how to start up a business ideally and know what… Continue reading Entrepreneurship Experience Reflection
For many start-up businesses, one of the first things they would consider is having an account on each major social media platform. However, how to pick the right one and implement it effectively is really important. In the TV show “The future of social media marketing w/ Gary Vaynerchuk”, Gary Vaynerchuk, author of “Jab, Jab,… Continue reading Finding the right social media platform
As a graduating senior, I am so lost and even scared of my future. I am becoming independent from all perspectives. What am I going to do? Where can I find a job or an internship? Two guest speakers introduced their experiences in class last week, which helped me a lot. John Hill, VP of… Continue reading Guest speakers bring career experiences
Here in East Lansing, we all know what a Coney Island is. They all seem pretty much the same…but how similar are they really? Let’s dive into these diners.
Today in class, we discussed how sometimes we wanted to do or fix something, but we haven’t learned the skills to achieve our vision. I think that also works when it comes to entrepreneurs. We all shared our starting up business ideas, but as a student, how to navigate a business is still a challenge… Continue reading A path we could follow
In China, we have a metaphor sentence structure: XXX is like oxygen, you won’t realize its importance until you lose it one day. In this case, I think “local journalism” fits the sentence. In the article “Gannett and the last great local hope”, the author said “a future without local newspapers is by now a… Continue reading Local news exist like oxygen
I always have ideas, but then it would be soon denied by myself. “It’s not going to work,”, “no one would think the same way as me,” something like that would jump into my brain. I didn’t realize this process until I shared my starting up idea in class. MSU Hatch is a place where… Continue reading Inspiration at MSU Hatch
How many people still have the habits to read newspaper or get news in print today? MSU offers free print version of news media on campus; students can easily pick up one almost in every building. But I always see a lot of packed paper left, and I wonder where do they go eventually? At… Continue reading Do you still read newspapers?