Yellow Chair Chats

May 3, 2011

Say “Green” One More Time…

By Ian Twamley, Account Executive I love nature. I am also a firm believer in the core values of the green movement, but promoters of “green” need to change their wording before I explode. As members of a species that will top 7 billion sometime this year, the necessity of […]
May 3, 2011

Public Relations: A Career Built on Stressed Professionals? What Are we Getting Ourselves Into?!

By Paul Wilkie, Account Executive My week begins Sunday morning when I commence creating my oh-so-neurotic to-do lists for the following days. This is usually the time I put myself at risk for early balding. Caffeine doesn’t help either, although I love the beautifully legal drug. Am I destined to […]
April 26, 2011

Forget Bieber, we’ve got Royal Wedding Fever.

By Sarah Kennedy, Business and Alumni Relations Director It wasn’t something that I was proud of. It was a Monday night and while I had a full day of class and work on Tuesday, I spent the night curled up on the couch watching the premiere of Lifetime’s newest movie […]
April 21, 2011

Caught in a lie?

By Danielle Maglione, Online Communications Director OK, we all know that social media has made our lives completely available to the public. We also know that we need to monitor what we say on our statuses, tweets and blogs so we don’t word vomit all over the web. However, how […]
April 19, 2011

Only $14.99 to upgrade to iMovie ’11? Yes, please.

By Kristina Richmann, Lead Photographer As an avid user of the iMovie software, I’m always up for learning new video editing tricks. I know I downloaded the updated version a little late (it released late October 2010), but once I found out what “personal movie trailers” meant, I could barely […]
April 14, 2011

OMG, did you see the latest Oxford English Dictionary update?

By Emmalee Kremer, Editorial Director I did, and it made my word-loving heart break a little. LOL, ♥ and OMG are among the latest additions to the book that calls itself “the definitive record of the English language.” WTF, one of those doesn’t even contain any letters, it’s a symbol. […]