What do Pegasus Interns do?
We write, design, research, photograph, brainstorm, coordinate, interview, analyze, implement, and code, all with the goal of supporting the Oglethorpe brand.
Pegasus members write Oglethorpe stories for the Source, like this one about an alumna who made the AJC’s list of 30 Under 30, or this one about Oglethorpe classes learning outside of the classroom. We’ve also written stories that were published in the Carillon, Oglethorpe’s magazine, like Exploring Cultural Crossroads and The Art of Living & Learning. We also tell stories through video, whether it’s a recording of a guest speaker, or of students at the symposium, they edit the video and put it on OU’s YouTube channel.
Social Media Marketing
We help manage Oglethorpe’s official social media accounts, the OglethorpeLife Instagram account, and social profiles for The Arts at Oglethorpe and the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art. You know all those tweets that go out throughout the year about upcoming events at Oglethorpe? Let’s just say Pegasus interns become very familiar with Sprout Social!
The team at Pegasus Creative manages the OglethorpeLife Instagram account by scheduling and developing content for students interested in sharing a week in their life at OU. OglethorpeLife is run by a different OU student each week. The goal of OglethorpeLife is to give current and prospective students a glimpse into the Oglethorpe experience from different perspectives. Students featured on the account have worked with Pegasus interns to create infographics, film and edit video series, take photos around campus, and develop Instagram story content like Q&As.