Thirteen COM students, comprising seven teams, had eight creative advertising campaigns accepted into The One Show’s Young Ones’ category this year.

The 13 graduate and undergraduate students, in advertising portfolio classes taught by Professors Edward Boches, Doug Gould, and Pegeen Ryan, won either merits or gold, silver, or bronze pencils, which will be announced at the annual show in New York City on May 7th.

Three teams have been notified that they were among the pencil winners, a prestigious honor granted to only a small percentage of entries. The winning teams produced creative work for The New York Times, II Makiae, Kraft and Avery Dennison.

Along with the Cannes Creativity Festival, The One Show is arguably one of the most important international advertising award shows in the world. It is a highly competitive, professional show entered by the most creative agencies in the US, Asia, Europe, and Latin America.

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