Posts Tagged ‘Programming’

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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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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By: Carol Studer Just as you are trying to figure out how to work, educate, and engage from afar, our artists and entertainers are also coming up with new and creative ways to reach students where they are. Some transitions to virtual are easier, like the digital caricatures, which were truly made for computer and…

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By Amiee Mueller Have you noticed changes on campus? How do you navigate those changes and adapt to them so your events are still impactful and well attended? Here are some ideas to help you be a master of change and a creator of enriching experiences. At the APCA Houston event, Dr. George Kuh said…

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By: TIM SCHMELING  | Graduate Assistant for Student Activities Rockford University Diversity in programming is something we strive for at Rockford University (RU), and we aim to connect with as many different expres- sions of diversity as we can. No matter the type of event, there is always a way for it to expand into…

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