Special Topics: Social Media

Final Project: Personal Brand Campaign

SMART GOALS • Increase audience engagement with posts I’d like to write posts the encourage at least one person to like it or comment on it for Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. • Post more content I’d like to post at least three times a week to Facebook and Instagram, two times a week for LinkedIn,… Continue reading Final Project: Personal Brand Campaign

Communication Law and Ethics

Ad Watch Assignment

Trump's Illegal Immigration Ad Analyzed: https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1057728445386539008 DESCRIPTION The Trump Illegal Immigration ad creates a message of fear by opening with a grinning illegal immigrant, a murder, who says he’ll kill more cops in multiple occasions all montaged together. The ad then precedes to say that the Democrats let him in and follows that up with… Continue reading Ad Watch Assignment

Special Topics: Social Media

Instagram Campaign: Welcome Spring

I was tasked with creating five Instagram posts that captured the theme of "Welcome Spring" and used the hashtag #WelcomeSpring. I choose to do some nature post around the community that visually showed springtime was approaching. I made sure to use strong photos with short captions and hashtags since that's the combination that usually performs… Continue reading Instagram Campaign: Welcome Spring

Special Topics: Social Media

Facebook Campaign: 5 De Mayo Event

I had to craft five Facebook posts to promote an on-campus event. I was tasked with doing promotion, live coverage, and follow up coverage of the chosen event. I chose KDP and BESO's 5 De Mayo event. Since it was a longer event, I decided to do one promotional post, one follow up post, and… Continue reading Facebook Campaign: 5 De Mayo Event

Special Topics: Social Media

Twitter Campaign: 2019 Hatton Sumner Scholarship

I had to create a Twitter campaign of five tweets promoting the upcoming deadline for the 2019 Hatton Sumner Scholarship using Hootsuite to schedule posts. The tweets needed to explain what the Hatton Sumner's program was and encourage students to apply. I made sure to include visuals with each tweet to get more engagement and… Continue reading Twitter Campaign: 2019 Hatton Sumner Scholarship

Digital Design and Editing

The Gradual Vol.103 Spring 2019

Every semester, The Rambler publishes The Gradual, a special graduation edition of the newspaper. In the spring semester, the Digital Design and Editing class is in charge of editing and designing The Gradual. I was assigned to design page 2, and I was one of the people in charge of editing The Gradual overall as… Continue reading The Gradual Vol.103 Spring 2019

Digital Design and Editing

Live Event Podcast Reflection

My Digital Design and Editing class partnered with three other classes for Wesleyan's mass communication department to participate in an annual fake breaking news event. The event allows students to practice being reports, editors, and PR team members. This year the event was Killer Clowns. Individual Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/hannah-onder/live-event-individual-podcast Group Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/hannah-onder/live-event-group-podcast

Communication Law and Ethics

Case Study

CASE I The first case is a libel case which can be difficult to prove the plaintiff, the person suing, has to prove that false information was published recklessly with malice intentions. Public figures are people that are celebrities or someone who holds a public office. There are also temporary public figures which are people… Continue reading Case Study

Communication Law and Ethics

Copyright Podcast

Texas Wesleyan mass communication majors Hannah Onder and LaTerra Wair talk about copyright law and the cases that have helped to shape today's copyright rules. https://soundcloud.com/the-rambler-791892051/copy-right-by-hannah-onder-and-laterra-wair