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  • My RPM Story: RPM Careers Ambassador Chad Christian

    As a student at The University of Texas, I switched my major from education to real estate finance — but my RPM story is still all about learning. In fact, my commitment to education is why I decided to become an RPM Careers ambassador. RPM Careers ambassadors are the faces of RPMcareers.org, the National Apartment Association Education Institute’s (NAAEI) jobs promotion website, which is...
  • The Student Formerly Known as Lauren

    The most exciting thing about starting college was that for the first time in 12 years, I could totally reinvent myself. I didn’t know a single person from high school who was going there, and I could be anyone I wanted to be.  And then I showed up on move-in day wearing a Carnival cruise t-shirt. Cause that’s apparently who I wanted to be. Admittedly, I did not make the most of my collegiate...
  • Fall Outlook: Presidential Race and Congressional Issues

    The “summer of Trump” has come to a close, so now we will see whether or not “the Donald” can continue his dominance of the GOP presidential field into the fall. He continues to poll well with a commanding lead over everyone else, but there are more debates coming and he has shown some difficulty in responding to questions of policy, especially on foreign affairs issues. Style-over-substance only...
  • The Phrase that Pays

    Turn on almost any radio station morning show and quite frequently the morning talk host will be asking for “The Phrase that Pays”. This is generally a tag line that summarizes a marketing jingle that the audience is supposed to remember. Something such as “This is KSCUM radio… where we scrub the hits with no commercial breaks every day!” This short statement is meant to remind listeners what...

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