Like peanut butter and jelly

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“Though business and design work together like peanut butter and jelly in “the real world,” the programs on campus often don’t. “We’re a small school, but there are a lot of faces here I’ve never seen before,” said AIGA President Jeremy Sanford at the event.”




CONGRATULATIONS social venture teams for getting your business plans in! You’re almost to the finish line. The next to last step is your coaching session. The coaching session provides face-to-face, individualized coaching from 6:00PM to 7:30PM on April 7th.

Keep fine-tuning elevator sales pitch as well as your display for the showcase!

AND it’s never to late to start telling your friends that they need to come vote for your teamin Weter on April 21st, so you can win People’s Choice award $500 cash prize.

Showcase Round
Wednesday, April 21, 2-6pm, Weter Lounge/Martin Square

Where are we Dr. Summers?

Dr. Summers replies,

“The student work for SVPC is moving along at a supersonic speed. We have about 25 projects in the works. Student teams are fine-tuning their plans as the deadline for submitting the written plan approaches (March 17th). Ventures at the April 21st Showcase will range from paperless transactions to art education in Malawi to networking of commuters to homeless youth in Seattle. We’re excited about the variety of ideas and the quality of work being done. ”


Thank you Probus and Klein for providing quotes!!!! Thank you Johanna, kristen, Kyle, Becca, Dillian, and you to other lovely ladies (i don’t know your names…we’ll work on it) for providing lovely smiles!!!

Production highlight

Meet Ian Van der Werff, a Senior, Communication major. You may have noticed Ian in the back of class week after week recording the lecture. Some of you have experienced Mr. Van der Werff at his finest as he uses his skills with the camera to create a artsy shot of your interviews.

It should come as no surprise to you to hear that Ian is pursueing a career in film and currently works in the film industry. Something you may not know about Ian is that he loves soccer. A random quote I stole off his facebook is,”Impossible is just a big word thrown around by small men who find it easier to live in the world they’ve been given than to explore the power they have to change it. Impossible is not a fact it’s an opinion. Impossible is potential. Impossible is temporary.”

Next time you see Ian give him a big hug!