Yellow Chair Chats

April 6, 2011

Remember Me Please

By Nicole Landini, Art Director Pretty basic stuff: you tried to portray your personality in your cover letter and your resume has a chronological list of what has defined your life for the last four years.  And just like that, you get a call for an interview. Guess you did […]
April 4, 2011

Been unfriended lately? So have I.

 By Kelsey Eidbo, Editorial Assistant Social media has opened a hundred doors for many aspects of our life, but a very important other aspect is being slowly shut down in the process—people skills. As current job seekers, Facebook, Twitter and other sites such as LinkedIn allow for almost effortless networking. […]
March 30, 2011

Jameson vs. Trampoline

By Jameson Spence, Graphic Designer After two hours of pushing the morphine button while I lay waiting on that hospital bed, the on-call knee surgeon finally came in to assess the damage. With my knee obviously dislocated, one quick look and Dr. Edgar Vyhmeister spouted out, “Yep, you did a […]
March 30, 2011

There’s more to style than AP

By Megan Pouliot, Editorial Assistant Flash forward 52 days.  Most of us, at least here at TGC, will find ourselves in the middle of University Stadium in a monotonous sea of black gowns with cardinal red stoles anxiously awaiting to hear our name announced over the PA system. Flash forward […]
March 30, 2011

Music and PR: A Partnership Made for Success

 Paul Wilkie, Account Executive In short, music is my life. When I was 5 years old I was introduced to Pink Floyd’s “The Wall.” Ever since then music has dominated my existence. I’ve played in metal bands and listened to everything from Andrea Bocelli to Diddy. I have seen teeny-pop stars […]
March 30, 2011

Cell Phone Pic…..Worth a Thousand Words?

By Kayla Naylor, Photograher Ten years ago on Christmas morning I screamed as I opened my first digital camera. I was the proud owner of a Minolta DiMAGE F100, with 4 megapixels and a 1-inch LCD reviewing screen. Having this camera meant I no longer had to wait for my […]