When President Kennedy found himself in a deep hole, he started digging. Written by: Jeff Rodriguez, Historian This month, we take a break from the stress and controversy of the pandemic to talk about something lighter, like um, racial inequality. While it has been a topic of much discussion in recent weeks, it was also […]
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Written by: Jeff Rodriguez, Historian Doris Fleischman didn’t really want to make a name for herself; she just wanted to keep the one she already had. Born in 1891, the talented wordsmith had honed her skills at Barnard College, where, in her spare time, she lettered in three sports and studied both psychiatry and music. […]
Written by: Jeff Rodriguez, Historian A government shutdown is no laughing matter. But government work can be pretty funny, and that was the case in February 1964, when the FBI launched a major investigation into … a song. “Louie Louie” was a demo record cut by in one take by the Kingsmen, a second-tier band. […]
When a crisis hits, and it will, you need a sure-fire game plan to respond effectively and immediately. In today’s world, information moves at a rapid pace so when you mess up, and you will, be ready to fess up and fix it right away! Hear from Anita J. Foster, Executive Director, Marketing and Communications […]
Written by: Jeff Rodriguez, Historian January 11, 1908 was a big day in public relations – as big as the Grand Canyon. In fact, it was the day the Canyon was designated as a national monument. Strolling around today in our North Face jackets and Merrell hikers, the designation might not seem like such a […]