February 4, 2013

A spoonful of sugar

The Ateneo de Manila University is implementing a one-way traffic scheme in the campus on February 11. The information campaign started in mid-January using every means available to the university's communications office. The most unique and fun of them all are the signboards all over the campus:
 cut-out signboard featuring Ateneo women's volleyball players More than life-size cut-out standees of students, athletes, teachers, and the university president himself, serve as directional signs and cajoling reminders about the traffic scheme. These two lovely young ladies are members of the women's volleyball team. I took this photo last Saturday, so the number should be down to 7 by now. Honestly, how can one stay irritated about the change when faced with such beautiful smiles?

6 comments:

Barbara Farr said...

Well signs like these will certainly get your attention.

Jack said...

This is a good, attention-getting way to prepare the university community.

George said...

What a neat (and fun) way to get important information out to those who need it. Someone had a great idea.

Cezar and Léia said...

Very important event!The students are lovely, nice poster!
Léia

Lowell said...

That's a very clever method of bringing people on board re the changes proposed! Love your title, too. One can always catch more flies with honey than vinegar!

Halcyon said...

I hope people are getting the message! I'm sure this is going to be a tough transition for drivers.