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Inside View on NSAC

NSAC team

 

Temple University’s NSAC team did an amazing job finishing up their competition last week placing fourth out of fourteen teams who presented in front of the NY judges! That’s a great accomplishment for all students involved in the process. This week, I sat down with graduating Advertising-Art Direction student, Angela Lanza, to talk to her about NSAC in general and what it’s like to participate in the competition for future Temple students who may be interested in trying it out.

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One of the Guys

one of the guys

 

If you’ve been around campus, you’ve had to have seen this picture in an ad, for the web series “One of the Guys”, that is all over buildings, elevators, you name it. Turns out it has a pretty great story to go along with it. The concept of “One of the Guys” is that a straight man signs a lease for the spare room in an apartment that three gay men currently live in, none of which knew he was straight. It’s a clever twist on stereotypes to see if the guys can really accept this straight guy into their lives as just another “One of the guys”.

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Secret Cinema at Temple Gallery Shows Rare Haunted House Horror Films

Secret Cinema Rare Haunted House Horrors

Friday October 28th, 8pm-Midnight

Temple Gallery @ Tyler School of Art

Admission is Free!


Click here to register and reserve your seat!

On Friday, October 28th, the Secret Cinema will present a four-hour mini-marathon of Halloween-themed movies at the Temple Gallery, in the Tyler School of Art. Haunted House Horrors will include three rarely-screened horror features and some short subject and cartoons on the same subject will be included.

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I don’t think my title should be ‘intern’


And I mean that in a good way.  I started an account management internship at the Brownstein Group in January.  The Brownstein Group is a full service advertising agency in Center City.  Some of their clients include IKEA, Comcast SportsNet, and the Philadelphia Auto Show.  Before starting my experience, I assumed my daily tasks would primarily consist of busy work.  Well, I was wrong.  While there are times I do busy work, I have been much more involved than I could have imagined.  I create PowerPoints and present them to the creative team, sit in on real client meetings, and write creative briefs.  I definitely did not expect to do (some of) what account managers do everyday.  The one thing I have learned about interning is when you first speak to your internship coordinator about what you would like to get out of the experience, don’t be shy!  I told the account manager that I am working under that I would like to feel like I am more than an intern and help on a more involved level than just busy work.  She definitely made this happen for me.  Being vocal on my first day about what I wanted to do has made all the difference.  Considering the account manager had interned at Brownstein before being hired, she understood where I was coming from.  Internships are about real world experience after all, so jumping on the opportunity to do what I am going to do after graduation is a no brainer.

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It’s a Pleasure to See Me

Hello my name is Hannah Webster and I am currently interning at the Temple University Office of Sustainability. You may have seen the ad on the left around campus.  Well, I created it. So far, I have created fliers, banners, and ads for the office promoting campus sustainability week, RecycleMania, and guest speaker, Van Jones.

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