Sunday, April 8, 2007

Letter from the Editor

Notable and Newsworthy: VIP Profiles, Issue 12

Dear Valued Reader,

We would first like to say, "Welcome to the new VIP Profiles." This is the new format for what is already an exciting and informative newsletter. We would like to sincerely apologize for any difficulties we have had previously with the delivery of the VIP Profiles; i.e. sending errors, not getting the e-mail, and any other complication you, our valued readers, have experienced.

From this point on, we have strengthened our conviction that many of those previous issues can be put to rest thanks to our new service. Thank you for your patience and enjoy the new VIP Profiles!


Joseph W. Norman
SUNY Geneseo '08
Notable and Newsworthy

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The Life and Times of JWN JWN, Wall Street Bull

This week was one dedicated to catching up on my various endeavors, academic and extracurricular, at SUNY Geneseo. After traveling the better part of March, it is crunch time in terms of my academics.

I made up a few assignments and worked diligently on preparing for the month ahead which will be filled with many papers, exams, and other end of the semester activities.

Ben and I are both extremely excited about our new VIP Profiles format which we have worked hard to get operational. Thanks to the help of our technical support, in specific, my brother Jack Norman, we have successfully moved our e-Newsletter in the right direction. We hope you enjoy the new, aesthetically pleasing format.

This week I recommend Dr. Spencer Johnson's, Who Moved My Cheese? I had the opportunity to whip through this quick read on my way to the R.I.S.E. VII Conference at the University of Dayton last week. (My conference experience can be read about in Issue 11: "R.I.S.E. VII: A Collection"). Dr. Johnson's message is hailed and used by many of the world's greatest organizations. Enjoy!