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October 18, 2017

Get Involved

By Tony Roetzel

Get Involved College is new, exciting, difficult, and full of lessons. One of the things five years of college has taught me is the importance of balancing work and pleasure. Roughly six weeks into the semester we are hitting that halfway point, midterms. A time where everything seems to start piling up at once. A […] Read More...

September 18, 2017

Part 3: Lap after lap

By Tony Roetzel

Puzzle (Summer Blog Theme) Growing up I had this idea that the world was puzzle and that every individual was a piece. Each person was unique in their own way but worked together to build a greater whole. I never understood how people found their fit, I simply assumed it’s one of those things that […] Read More...

August 14, 2017

Part 2: Knowing yourself

By Tony Roetzel

Puzzle (Summer Blog Theme) Growing up I had this idea that the world was puzzle and that every individual was a piece. Each person was unique in their own way but worked together to build a greater whole. I never understood how people found their fit, I simply assumed it’s one of those things that […] Read More...

In between stops during the interns’ two-day excursion to the Sundog Minneapolis office, we grabbed lunch at a place called Rock Bottom. In addition to some incredibly tasty shrimp, the restaurant menu boasted one of the most genius pieces of content marketing that I’ve seen in a long time. I know the phrase “content marketing” […] Read More...

June 30, 2016

Punctuation Faux Pas

By Morgan Weiler

The period is dead. Yes, you read that right. Although you see me using this pointed punctuation mark as you read my blog, I do not recommend its usage. You may think what I am saying is crazy (it is). You may say that the sad little dot is necessary (it is). Although just like […] Read More...

June 2, 2016

7 Reasons I am Happy to be a Sundogger

By Morgan Weiler

  Week 1: We interns are the fresh faces who are overdressed, overwhelmed, and entirely over-excited to be here. We are the ones riding the Scheel’s ferris wheel and loving every second of it. We are the ones taking full advantage of the free Starbucks and making sure no one is looking when we take […] Read More...

April 28, 2015

Lunch with Meredith

As a novice writer, I am incredibly fortunate for the opportunity to work with a variety of highly knowable professionals within our industry. Through these opportunities I have seen the progression first hand of different writing styles that are all incredibly successful in different ways. To me writing is a challenge, because it entails finding your individual writing style […] Read More...

July 13, 2012

Knowing the Difference

This week has consisted of a lot of writing, once again. I’ve taken a break from writing for the intern welcome packet and have been working on a competitive analysis because I learned quickly that it is almost impossible to do both at the same time, which I will explain why later. For this competitive […] Read More...

June 29, 2012

The Intern Queen

First off, I feel it’s only right to tell you all that the title of this blog post is not in reference to me, but to the actual “Intern Queen”, Lauren Berger.  Super short bio on Lauren: during 4 years of college, Lauren participated in 15 internships (hence the title “Intern Queen”).  You can check […] Read More...

Although this week was shortened due to Memorial Day, I felt as though it was the fullest my plate has ever been. Is this what I get for enjoying an extra day off? This week was also my first official week on the fourth floor and I could definitely get used to this spot. Even […] Read More...

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