Yellow Chair Chats

April 11, 2013

One Border to Another

It is 4 a.m. on the first Friday of spring break, but I am wide awake anxiously waiting to begin my road trip. Over the break my two friends and I decided to head north instead of south for an adventure none of us will ever forget. On our way […]
April 10, 2013

De-stress with Nature

With finals approaching and soon-to-be-graduates sending out applications at a frantic, rapid rate, stress levels are skyrocketing. Luckily, the TGC staff lives in the beautiful town of Chico. The nickname City of the Trees paints a green picture in your mind, but some of us are so caught up in […]
April 10, 2013

How to Deal with Post-Potter Depression

For my first video blog, I wanted to have more of a heart-to-heart with some of my fellow peers. Not a bunch of special effects or shots of inanimate objects, just me talking to a camera about something that I’ve dealt with for a few years now.
April 8, 2013

Eat Great on a Budget

Nothing we all do is more important to our health, or more ignored in American culture, than the simple act of eating. I understand that we are college students; we are not in any way wealthy. Eating healthy is expensive…right? It doesn’t have to be. You can eat healthier for […]
April 5, 2013

Social Media Painted Red for Same-sex Marriage Equality

The current focus on same-sex marriage and social media’s solidarity campaign challenges people to stand up for their beliefs and show their support. This heightened focus on the issue expands the discussion. It helps same-sex couples feel supported, which enables them to voice their views, exposing the public to the […]
April 3, 2013

Quick Tips for New Parents

Being a first-time parent can be a stressful and challenging experience for even the most prepared person. You worry if they’re happy, eating the right foods and haven’t peed on the carpet in the middle of the night… I did mention I’m talking about my dog, right? Two weeks ago, […]