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Simply Give


When one thinks how they might change the world it is a daughnting thought. As I’ve been sitting how I would I have one simple solution, give back. Giving back is something so simple, yet so broad and complex. One … Continue reading

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So much to see but nowhere to go


Don’t get me wrong I love Bucknell and everything it has to offer. Not many liberal arts schools have a management program like Bucknell does while also being a ton of fun. I could not have seen myself somewhere else … Continue reading

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Fight the Pay!: Occupy Wall Street’s Cohesive Goal


Occupy Wall Street began on the streets of downtown Manhattan to fight against corporate greed and the lack of support the government has given to the 99% of Americans who are unhappy with the way our country is being run. … Continue reading

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Food for Thought…


1. In “How to Change the World”, Bornstein states the reason why social movements have grown increasingly popular is because “more people today have the freedom, time, wealth, health, exposure, social mobility, and confidence to address social problems in bold new … Continue reading

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There will be Loopholes


I’ve chosen the ever popular Volker Rule to write about for my final paper. For those of you who don’t know this controversial piece of legislation is attached to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Essentially, what … Continue reading

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Who are the 99%?


On Saturday morning I was laying around being lazy as usual. That was until I heard people outside screaming “Justice Now” and “We Resent the 1%”. So knowing that I had to write this blog I got off my couch … Continue reading

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No Longer Stressing the Stress Tests


Over the weekend, I was taking some time to catch up on the European debt problems and I came across something very interesting. Stress tests were put in place in 2010 to test various factors regarding the stability of all … Continue reading

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