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Not only was this the title of my foundation seminar, it is also my plan to save the world. How much waste (in pounds) do you think YOU waste every year?
With the world becoming an ever smaller place, how far does the responsibility to protect your neighbors travel?
Yesterday when I walked into the library, there was a message on the whiteboard in the main entrance that read something along the lines of “will Bucknell even be fun anymore in 5 years?” I stopped to think about this … Continue reading
I figured I would pop these two up here before anyone else gets them! 1. In the Kiva Case Study, how does Number 8 from Exhibit 5 relate to Odeke’s blog, “Is there a point helping Africa?” 2. How would … Continue reading
“We are Wall Street” – This flier was dropped on Occupy protestors in Chicago
I’ve already blogged about my findings from my research for my argument draft, so this is going to be pretty much a repeat, but….. I used a link in to show people what % they are in the 99% that … Continue reading
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And some more who should probably lay off the green leafy substance… LiveLeak talks to confused protesters
The Occupy Movement from New York City has spread across the globe and popped up in Lewisburg, PA on Saturday, October 15th. Venturing down to the Lewisburg Post Office, I was not sure what I would find, but was definitely … Continue reading
Originally, I thought this protest situation was just another activist group on Wall Street that would be forgotten about in a matter of days, but after about a month of protesting, it looks like this group is here to stay. … Continue reading
Perhaps it is because I was raised visiting my cousin at Nike’s World Headquarters every summer, roaming the beautiful 175 acre campus, or playing sports in the world class equipment, but I have always had a place in my heart … Continue reading
With such famous names like Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, and Lebron James, Nike has built a sportswear empire. The strategy of using these athletes has mutually boosted their sales and increased the fame of the athletes. It has shown it’s … Continue reading
While sitting in my living room with a group of evacuated friends, we all received an email that the “Campus Climate” had come out. Being abroad last year, and not hearing about it when our university president initially started the task … Continue reading
Enron was formed in 1985 when two gas pipeline companies merged. They had a rough start with many near death experiences, but finally found their place in an innovative new market. Enron pioneered the development of large-scale energy trading and used fixed … Continue reading