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This is a small idea my friend and I have been working on since last summer, and since we are all trying to do our 60 second ideas, I figured I would see what everyone thinks… Our Premise Basically we … Continue reading
I believe if there were more focus on literacy in our world, our world would improve tremendously. In America alone 40 million adults are illiterate. Literacy is essential to living in any society. In order to fully develop a sense … Continue reading
Wal-Mart is generally accepted as an evil company. Destroying this empire will bring nothing but good things for everyone involved. Competitors, suppliers, local communities, Wal-Mart employees and taxpayers in general lose out thanks to Wal-Mart’s business practices. An outright boycott of … Continue reading
This week I want to talk about the many opportunities available to Bucknell students that are ignored. Many leaders that come from Bucknell University are eager and willing to be involved with current alums as well as students.
From the discussion of Wal-Mart that we had in class, it was odd to see a company that so many loves thrive from low wage labor. On the outside looking in, it is easy to be blinded by the many … Continue reading
John Rawls published the book, A Theory of Justice, in 1971, his philosophy throughout the book was structured around justice and a theoretical program to institute political structures designed to preserve social justice and individual liberty. Rawls’ writings are predominantly … Continue reading
“An American company going into Indonesia and working with regime that killed almost 200,000 people…I know that that’s got to bother you…I don’t know you personally, but I know you have a conscience” – Michael Moore to Phil Knight (Nike’s CEO) … Continue reading
The case of Shell entailed more than just the oil company; the Ogoni people and the land they used to subsist were affected by Shell’s oil wells. The company’s involvement in Nigeria caused many problems for the people there and … Continue reading
A corporation is like a person. Who they are is defined by the decisions they make and the actions they take. The same goes for the reverse. Not acting says just as much about a person or corporation’s character. The … Continue reading
The Bucknell Forum “Creativity: Beyond the Box” series invites you to our final event of the semester, a conversation with four young alumni who apply their Bucknell learning in a range of ways in design, acting, engineering, and innovation for … Continue reading
The generous compensation packages given to chief executives of large Fortune 500 companies are very controversial because these packages are rarely based on the company’s performance and often worth an exuberant amount of money.