Posts by Arlene Price

By Alicia Young, Speaker. alicia@savvylife.net  Name a national pizza chain. your go-to shopping site. your favorite airline. I’ll bet you answered in seconds. Have you ever considered yourself as a brand? Logos have become a shorthand for a certain standard of service and a certain consumer experience. In short, they set up expectations—then deliver. Companies…

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BY; STEVE BUSH, DIRECTOR OF STUDENT LIFE & DEVELOPMENT IVY TECH COMMUNITY COLLEGE – LAFAYETTE The current social and health concerns we are facing have caused higher education to rethink its delivery methods and learning environments. With social distancing becoming a temporary hallmark in our day-to-day activity, how can campus programmers adapt face-to-face offerings and…

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By: Del Suggs, M.S.Ed. | Article from 2018 Spring CLT Magazine Snapchat is currently the most popular social media on most campuses. If you are unfamiliar with it, Snapchat is a basically a messaging app with a self-destruct feature. Posts— texts, photos, and videos— disappear (theoretically) after a preset length of time. It can be…

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By: DEL SUGGS, M.S. ED | Del@delsuggs.com | Article from 2016 Fall CLT Magazine Campus community is a vital part of a vibrant school. While we often relate community to meaning our city, our town, or even our neighborhood, campus community is similar. It is that common bond that holds us together. I think of…

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By: DEL SUGGS, M.S. ED | Del@delsuggs.com | Article from 2019 Fall CLT Magazine You’ve probably gotten the call from your boss, or attended the staff meeting and gotten the word: your budget is being cut. You’re likely not surprised, given everything you hear and read about the economy these days. You were probably thinking–…

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By: Rockell Bartoli | Article from 2019 Fall CLT Magazine As a professional speaker, I LOVE going to different schools and universities to work with students. However, traveling isn’t always the most fun thing to do. My least favorite thing about traveling, besides having to sit in the middle seat, is the packing and unpacking…

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By: JENNIFER YAWSON | ALBION COLLEGE | jyawson@albion.edu JENNIFER YAWSON IS THE DIRECTOR FOR CAMPUS PROGRAMS AND ORGANIZATIONS AND THE ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FOR THE ANNA HOWARD SHAW WOMEN’S CENTER So often we focus on what’s going wrong in our lives, how busy we are, or how little time we have for a personal life. We…

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By: Del Suggs, M.S.Ed. | Article from 2020 Spring CLT Magazine We hear about student engagement constantly in Higher Ed. Why is engagement considered so important? It’s because engagement demonstrates an active involvement in learning. Students who are engaged are taking a proactive approach to their education. They are more focused on the learning that…

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By: Adrienne Thoman Central Penn College | Article from 2020 Spring CLT Magazine Ok, I get it. In our world, things get busy (hello, understatement of the year). We book vendors, troubleshoot tech, call BINGO, get duck taped to walls, fundraise, research, teach, collaborate, all the while mastering that pizza-to-people ratio and inspiring student leaders.…

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By: Del Suggs, M.S.Ed. | Article from 2016 Summer CLT Magazine It’s a problem on campuses across the country. Whether you have 600 students, or 60,000 students, it seems like almost nobody bothers to vote in campus elections. You might have great candidates or you might have terrible candidates. It doesn’t seem to matter, because…

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By: Joe Martin, Ed.D | Article from 2017 Fall CLT Magazine A student once asked me, “Dr. Martin, why do you care so much about us?” I guess I need to put this question into context. My class (as a whole) had just done horribly on one of my tests. After apologizing for letting them…

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By Jeff Foote, Director of Student Life, SUNY Cobleskill Administrations want to see a return on your investment expenses MUST be justified by a return. Attending an Association For The Promotion Of Campus Activities (APCA ) campus activities conference is a great experience for all concerned. Students enjoy the excitement, administrations appreciate its leadership experiences…

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By Caroline Rothstein – Jus Wiggin Entertainment caroline@carolinerothstein.com – www.carolinerothstein.com | Article from Spring 2015 CLT Magazine   I began college experiencing two of the worst things that ever happened to me: a month into my freshman year, I was sexually assaulted on campus; a week later, my younger brother was hit by a car…

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Melissa Ruiz Professional,  Speaker with Swift Kick | Article from 2019 Fall CLT Magazine How many times have you run around campus passing out flyers, to only end up with five people at your event? Have you spent hours crafting Facebook events, emails, and tweets, to only get two likes and one person who shows…

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By Sharinda Welton Director of Student Activities, Commuter Services & Leadership Development The University of Findlay | Article from 2015 Spring CLT Magazine In the world of campus programming and campus traditions, there is no room for, “We’ve always done it this way”. That statement will do damage! Professionals in campus settings receive consistent messages…

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By; Doug Hall, D. Advocate & Associates | Artlicle from 2020 Fall CLT Magazine I’ve been getting a lot of calls lately. A lot of calls. Some calm, some frantic, and some outright out of their mind, but nonetheless, a lot of calls. In 2015, after I officially accepted a VP position at an early…

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Dr. Amy Young, Ph.D.,University of Michigan Ross School of Business and Dr. Blake Faulkner. Ph.D. , The Pacific Group Entry into the 21st century brought a rapid evolution in how people communicate and interact with each other. We are just now starting to see the first generation to have grown up only knowing this new…

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By Odell Bizzell | Excerpt from 2015 Spring CLT Magazine ___ Wow this academic year has flown by. In a couple of months the seniors will be graduating and you will be welcoming a new class of first year and transfer students. Though it is imperative that new students are quickly indoctrinated in the specifics…

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Finally…it’s time to Make Leadership F.UN.!So you increase involvement in your student organizations and keep your current leaders involved longer!! By Mike Fritz, America’s Leading Authority on Making Leadership F.U.N. I have had the honor to speak to college campus just like yours all over the country. Almost every campus asks the same question, and…

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Interview with Alan Chamo | Extracted from Summer 2016 CLT Magazine 1.What is a mentalist? Being a mentalist means that you are a magician with mental issues, or at least that is what I always say in my shows. Basically, mentalism is one of the branches that stems out of the ‘tree of magic,’ where…

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