Drunk Tank Pink by Adam Alter
Drunk Tank Pink: And Other Unexpected Forces That Shape How We Think, Feel, and Behave by Adam Alter
Drunk Tank Pink gets its name from the bubblegum-pink color used in jail cells to curb aggressive behavior inmates. The realization that something as simple as a color could have such a tremendous affect on a group of people made way for more research on these “unexpected forces.”
Don’t Call It The SAC
Hey, everyone! It’s your friendly neighborhood Student Center Marketing Intern, Kelly, reporting for duty!
Wait– Student Center? As in your internship takes place right on Temple’s campus?
Yes, it does! I’m livin’ the dream. After spending my sophomore and junior years on the front line (manning the Information Desk, that is), I was presented the opportunity to take over the Marketing & Web Intern position within Student Center Operations.