Georgia’s Red & Black Runs Full-Page ‘Trash-Talk Ad’ Predicting Florida Football Win

The Red & Black at the University of Georgia ran a full-page “trash-talk advertisement” in Thursday’s paper– against its own football team. The ad, paid for by supporters of the University of Florida football program, features a strong-armed Gator with gritted teeth taking down a hapless UGA Bulldogs football player. The image aligns with the thrust of the ad, which lays out a number of reasons “Why Our Gators Will Bury the Dawgs Little Bone . . . Again.” The number-two ranked Gators are taking on the 10th-ranked Bulldogs this afternoon in Athens, Ga., in a marquee conference match-up.

The Art of the In-House Ad: Allegheny Campus Exploits Puppies, The Brady Bunch (@AlleghenyCampus)

Along with quality content, The Allegheny Campus at Pennsylvania’s Allegheny College has recently been rocking out evermore innovative in-house/join-the-staff ads. Quirky and eye-catching, the ads serve a two-fold purpose: enticing students to potentially sign on and providing current staff with a bonding activity and sheer enjoyment.

Holocaust Denial Ad in Harvard Crimson Causes Criticism

When I went to bed, it seemed like a highly regrettable minor production snafu. When I awoke, it had apparently become an international incident. ┬áIn case you’ve been stuck on no-journalism-allowed island in the last 48 hours: In what its editors are calling a mistake, The Harvard Crimson ran a Holocaust denial ad on page […]