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PRESENTS

Volume 11 | Issue 9 February 15, 2018


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SPOTLIGHT SITA DASI

We asked Sita... What’s your Starbucks order?

Sweet or savory?

The best part about Valentine’s Day is: The chocolate Rom-Coms All the pink! Nothing (lol) Other

Born and raised here in Alachua County, Sita has always aspired toward greater things. After leaving GHS with 52 college credits, she embarked upon a three-year sabbatical in hopes of discovering her strengths and finding her purpose. After a few trips to India, two jobs, and an apprenticeship to a world-famous artist, she figured returning home to UF would be a good idea. Now a 24-year-old advertising junior with her sights set on account services, she enjoys in-depth case studies, submitting her assignments early, and long walks to class. Just kidding, her addictions to televised fiction don’t allow for any of that. On a serious note, after a few quarter-life crises, she found majoring in advertising to the perfect balance of business and creativity that satisfies her life-long fascination with what motivates people. Things that excite her: the history of social movements, nuances of human interaction, nourishing & delicious cooking, singing multicultural music, unapologetically authentic people, and really cute kittens. Sita feels honored to have been chosen as the student spotlight because she definitely needs more friends. You should be friends with her! She’s pretty fun and knows lots of cool stuff, like how to insult someone in Sanskrit.

ADVENTURE REWIND The Tampa Trip! Touring agencies in person conveys something about each workplace that you can’t get from simply visiting their website. AdSoc toured 4 agencies in Tampa last week: creative legendary 22Squared; nitty-gritty, roll-up-your-sleeves PP+K; classic and refined SchifiniLee; and even entrepreneurial underdog Dunn&cCo.


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ICON Volume 11 Issue 9  

ICON Volume 11 Issue 9  

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