Boston University’s trademark application for a new student-led initiative to promote the safety of this week’s COVID-19 that is making headlines in the use of FF bombs.
The Boston Globe reported on Wednesday that the Trustees of Boston University had filed an application with the Office of Patents and Trademarks to guarantee the slogan “F — Will not be severed.”
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While the app claims that the message is intended to encourage “safe and intelligent actions and behaviors for college and university students in a COVID-19 environment” when the student returns to campus College was forced to further defend their reasons after the campaign appeared on the school’s affiliated social media accounts.
“This is a campaign run by students with the support of the university,” a BU spokesman said in a statement. “For technical reasons, the university had to register trademarks.”
This sign is believed to be the brainchild of a group of eight BU media students who say the public health campaign is “raw”, “relevant” and “robust.” They presented their ideas to officials in July and were surprised at the results.
Kenneth Elmore, the university’s vice president and dean, said the idea was well implemented and confirmed that a focused approach to communication with students would be effective.
“Right now, we need direct,” Elmore told The Boston Globe. “And, I’m really glad they’re live and also own messages like their own.”
Creative mentors will be posted on social media accounts – in partnership with influencers – and the group will also hang posters and stickers around the classroom.
The campaign’s Instagram page currently has nearly 2,000 followers and shares TikTok videos on COVID-19-related topics like masking and dating during the pandemic. It uses the hashtag #fckitwontcutit.
“To the students, by the students * @ the ‘over-the-top’ * We are finally back. Let’s keep it safe on campus and keep it that way,” its Twitter bio reads. .
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Although the school has recently faced pressure to reopen to more than 35,400 students, the school is moving on with a combined learning model and a test-based campus plan. and limited persistent coronavirus.
According to data from the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center, there are currently more than 121,700 confirmed cases in Massachusetts with more than 8,750 deaths.
The United States generally leads the world in both coronavirus infections, with more than 5.2 million deaths and deaths. The pandemic has claimed the lives of more than 166,000 Americans.