It’s been a while since I have posted at all and I just wanted to give a bit of an update on what I have been working on over the past few months!

The end of the semester was honestly a bit rough for most of the people around me, and I was no exception. About halfway through last semester, I got an offer to return to a company I had previously worked at, so I added my third job. This meant I was working about 15 hours a week between the two, and also during easily the hardest academic semester so far.

Because of the added job and loads of stress, I wasn’t able to work as much as I would have hoped, but the team was able to work to complete a few major projects!

The Logo

The major project of the last semester that we completed was being able to create the logo for FSL! Ruthie created the main design on paper and we worked to digitize it and create different colored/grayscale versions.

Promotional Items

After we had the logo, it was time to move into the promotional stage of the project!

Mugs

A large project that we accomplished was the creation of the mugs to hand out to faculty! Starting this week we were able to start handing them out to professors who filled out the form on the participate page of the website.

Postcards

The other major promotions we did last semester and again this semester has been creating postcards to send out to professors in order to get them to participate in our participate interactive grid! Here are the three different postcards we have recently sent out. The first is for Halloween, then Christmas, and most recently Valentine’s.

Next Steps

The team recently created an Instagram and Twitter (@FSLatSNC) and the next major step will be adding content for that! We were also able to film two new videos, so I will be starting to edit those next week. We also had a great response to the form of the next round of professors that we can reach out to for videos, so that will be a major part of this semester!

I am very glad to be getting back in a rhythm and balance of working both TechBar and FSL this semester!

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