What’s left to do before you walk across that stage and get your diploma (three months later)? Well there’s only one answer, and that’s drink, of course.
Public institutions have a pretty bad track record as of late. In the United States, everywhere from police departments up to Congress has been looked on disdainfully recently. Globally, news about undemocratic elections, abuses of power and just general incompetence have been coming around again and again.
Three weeks into 60 degree weather, and suddenly people on campus are feeling more social, avoiding their rooms and noticing those around them.
The link between this topic and public/private relations should be obvious. This has historical merit, too. Consider the Cold War, a decades-long ideological conflict between capitalist United States and communist Soviet Union. Both sides understood the power of asserting one system as the new world order, and the ripple effect of that turmoil is still present today.