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Advertising Electives—do you know what’s being offered?
This Fall, we have an array of Advertising electives being offered from Typography to Social Media and Society.
Why Choose Advertising?
Being in advertising puts you in control of how others perceive a brand, a cause, or a way of life. Advertising changes how people think and influences their decisions.
What IS this Advertising Blog?
By commenting on posts and submitting your own stories, you can quickly become an active voice in the local advertising community.
Check Out Our Student Work Galleries
See what your fellow students are working on.
The Temple Ad Club, or TAC, is an organization that serves to promote advertising awareness among the students of Temple University.
With vibrant orange hair atop his six-foot-something frame (and a pale complexion to boot), there’s no question that Greg Keating looks like Conan O’Brien.
It’s what the 20-year-old sophomore advertising major from Verona, N.J., has done with what he calls “a hodgepodge of recessive genes thrown into one awkward person” that’s making him really stand out. You might know Keating better as “Son of Conan,” a character that made a splash in a YouTube video early this year that showcases his longing for his supposed father’s acceptance.