Volume 7, Issue 1
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Category Archives: Creativity & Innovation
By Emily Monroe – Have you ever gone through an amazing experience in life or gone to an amazing place and wished you had a memento to take back home with you when you leave? Zane Clark ‘16 is making … Continue reading
By AJ Naanep – Multiple William Jewell students who are interested in economics and stock market trading gathered earlier in February to discuss trading with “CopyProfitShare” or CPS. Jewell students Tom Wang and Pedro Uno presented the seminar, explaining how … Continue reading
By Christian Hunt – Each semester, students enrolled in Principles of Marketing, led by Professor Shelly McVay, separate into teams to compete in developing the best branding, advertising, social media, and funding options for a specific organization. This semester six … Continue reading
By Lauren Huddlestun – Easton Koch, a junior at William Jewell College, is an aspiring fashion designer who has laid a lot of groundwork over the past two years. In addition to the responsibilities of college and intercollegiate basketball, Koch … Continue reading
Students in Professor Shelly McVay’s Business Capstone course have been working to help PawsAbilities, a project of Inclusion Connections, located in Johnson County, Kansas. Inclusion Connections is a nonprofit, which works with youth with developmental disabilities. IC utilizes volunteers for … Continue reading
Every year the students in the Business 305 Principles of Marketing course develop and present ideas about branding, advertising, and social media campaigns to a local nonprofit organization. One of the nonprofit organizations students worked for during the fall semester … Continue reading
By Madison Giles – A major aspect of the curriculum at William Jewell is critical thinking. Students start out their freshman year by taking Responsible Self, which is a class that develops a student’s critical thinking skills. William Jewell has … Continue reading