The December 2011 issue of Runner's World profiled eight amateur runners to ask the question "Why Do You Run?"

The answers are heartfelt and powerful- ranging from connecting to family, fighting obesity, escaping the rigors of combat, and finding "runner's high."

Panhandle Productions filmed a series of videos to share these stories with readers prior to the issue's release. Hosted on the Runner's World website, the videos encouraged online community and generated excitement leading up to the magazine publication. Click below to learn more about each of the 8 runners.

Kogod Now is a bi-annual web-based publication of the Kogod School of Business at American University. The magazine examines business trends through an interdisciplinary academic lens and follows Alumni making waves in the business world.

Featured in the Spring 2012 issue, Nick O'Neill (BSBA '05) tells his story of how the tight-knit Washington, DC, tech community prepared him for his move to the competitive culture of Silicon Valley. Panhandle Productions created a video portrait of Nick's story to partner with the print publication on the Kogod Now Website.


Every day, at every second, your brain fires thousands of neurons that form the foundation of your behavior and your habits. Those neurons dictate what you think, eat, say, how you feel, and the ways that you relate to yourself, the people around you, and the world in which you live. The brain is at the core of it all. In Brain Revolution, Dr. Evian Gordon explores the science behind your brain and how you can work on a daily basis to train the most important organ in your body.

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