Boston Bans Tobacco Sales At All Area Colleges

Boston Has Banned Tobacco Sales At All Area Colleges

The Boston Public Health Commission has just banned the sale of all tobacco products at colleges. Not high schools. Colleges. Anti-smoking activists are ecstatic. “Boston has taken another step that puts it in the forefront in the United States in protecting people against secondhand smoke,” says the president of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. But the Boston regulations don’t restrict just smoking. They forbid the sale of “any substance containing tobacco leaf, including but not limited to cigarettes, cigars, pipe, tobacco, snuff, chewing tobacco and dipping tobacco.” [Slate]

Five Tips  For Students Getting Ready to Graduate With An Ad Degree

There are thousands of college students with advertising or marketing degrees set to graduate in 2009 — entering directly into the headwinds of a recession that has claimed 41,500 advertising, marketing services and media jobs since November 2007, according to Ad Age estimates. So what’s an advertising/marketing grad to do? Well first, don’t lose faith: Finding an entry-level job in advertising will be difficult, but it will not be impossible. [AdAge]

FOX Botches Heisman Story, Announces Tebow As Winner

While most people predicted a close Heisman race, FOX apparently thought Tebow had it in the bag. So much so that they published a Tebow victory story on their site. Screen grab after the jump.¬† Correct headline, check. Correct story, um…. [Dead Spin]

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