Stall or spoil?

Stall or spoil?

After several conferences and billions of dollars spent on pollution and other problems, we are in a worse environmental state than we were 25 years ago. No doubt, a lot of it is just big boys with their egos refusing to go first. But when it translates into a humanitarian crisis...

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A SHOW OF FAITH

A SHOW OF FAITH

Students navigate external, internal ways of expressing their faith Editor’s note: Students interviewed for this article constitute a random cross-section of religions and is in no means complete in its coverage of all faiths. The views of sources interviewed for this article are their personal accounts and not necessarily representative...

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Share with me?

Share with me?

Shared economies are strange creations of a post-recession market. People are letting strangers live in their homes and driving unknown, drunk 21-year-olds in their cars after working 15-hour days, all for some extra cash. In the meantime, these billion-dollar shared economies like Airbnb and Uber are encroaching upon traditional travel...

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Passive elections, leaders contribute to indifference

Passive elections, leaders contribute to indifference

Student apathy toward campus issues is often a direct consequence of passive leadership. Student bodies across the nation have boasted of widespread activist endeavors in the past, which include fighting for civil rights and protesting against the Vietnam War. Yet, as arguably the most-informed generation to date slowly trickles into...

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#Consciouscapitalism

#Consciouscapitalism

If you haven’t already heard of this, conscious capitalism is a thing. For almost a decade, companies have been throwing around corporate social responsibility as a way to justify retreats and charity fundraisers while simultaneously running sweatshops in other parts of the world. Now corporations are moving one step forward...

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Liver damage

Liver damage

At its very basic, food is for survival. Then, if your wallet’s thick enough, you could argue that food can be a delicacy. The perennial debate on vegetarian versus meat eaters will never end: both arguments are valid. Yes, killing animals for pleasure is cruel, but sometimes, meat eaters don’t adjust...

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