I am currently an undergraduate student at Pfeiffer University studying professional communications. I will be graduating in August and receiving my Bachelor's degree in communications. I have been the editor-in-chief of Pfeiffer's Literary journal, The Phoenix, for two years. It has given me many great opportunities to grow and develop my leadership, writing, and verbal skills. I have also enjoyed working as an editor for the campus newspaper. I love meeting new people and I thrive in a fast paced work environment. One of my goals is to gain real experience with all the knowledge I have cultivated at Pfeiffer University in the last four years.
Call for Submissions Pfeiffer Phoenix The Pfeiffer Phoenix literary journal was created in 1958 in the heart of Western North Carolina and has a long tradition of publishing fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, artwork, and photography. Both an online and annual print journal, the Pfeiffer Phoeni
Gray Stone Day School: Live Streaming Options Prepared for Jeff Morris Associate Director Gray Stone Day School Prepared by Sarah Hill Communications Intern Pfeiffer University December 5, 2014 Executive Summary This report lists the different options for live s
One Team, One Goal By Sarah Hill "It's been really intense. We've been preparing for the season and we're all really focused on being in shape and good condition," freshman men's basketball player Seth Still said. Pfeiffer University Men's Basketball will begin the 2012-13 season with an
Election Reflection By Sarah Hill November 6, 2012 marked a momentous occasion in our nation's history when Barack Obama was re-elected to serve a second term in office as President of the United States. There were many different reactions on Pfeiffer's campus about the outcome. "I was pleased wit
Pfeiffer Athletes Under Contract By Sarah Hill Many athletes across campus are in a frenzy over social media contracts that must be signed through the athletic department in order to play any sport at Pfeiffer University. The social media contracts entail guidelines for what can and cannot be post
You are divine when you are born. As you grow, the world takes your divinity and replaces it with emptiness. We are in a constant search for ways to fill a well that is perpetually dry. We become occupied with school and jobs and money.
Mini-Ethnography Sarah Hill Organizational Communication Professor Burris Mini-Ethnography The organization I chose to observe and conduct my ethnography on was Wal-Mart. The first component that I observed for this organization was the language involved a
Sarah Hill Dr.Thompson American Revolution and Early Republic 18 December 2012 Benjamin Franklin Goes to France Benjamin Franklin is the definition of a renaissance man. During his lifetime he achieved success in many fields. In the United States today, one might remember Benjamin Franklin
FADE IN: INT. STORYTELLER'S HOME- DAY The Grimm Brothers visit a lady and she begins telling them the true story of Danielle de Barbarac. STORYTELLER I must say I was terribly disturbed when I read your version of The Little Cinder Girl. DISSOLVE TO: EXT.
1.) William Wordsworth and Samuel Beckett are from two very different periods in British Literature. William Wordsworth comes from the Romantic Period, which was a time that encouraged individualism and the divinity of nature. On the other hand, Samuel Beckett comes from what is consider