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Kanye and Free Speech

I have never met Kanye West and probably never will, however he is a true icon that can be learned from. In recent months I have come to realize that people are quick to avoid open discussion about almost everything. 206 more words

America

On Small Talk And Big Problems In The World

Dear Former Colleagues and Random Strangers In The Cafeteria,

You might have spotted me, sometimes, having lunch on my own in a corner. You’ve probably noticed that I often remained silent while eating with you. 723 more words

Thoughts

Being Upfront And Honest

Do you agree that we should live a life of honesty even though it might harm other people? Broadcast your thoughts on this topic and be heard here: http://goo.gl/lJM1oG

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Nancy Grace Stumbles In Marijuana Debate

HNL host Nancy Grace revisited one of her passions: loudly decrying how dangerous pot is to the public based on several isolated incidents.

She ended up sparring with her fellow HLN host, Dr. 16 more words

U.s. Politics

The Keys to Keystone XL

Have you ever stopped to think about just how much of our lives depend on petroleum and petroleum products?

Everything from the car or bus you used to get to campus, to the food delivery truck that delivered the energy bar you ate as you walked to class. 428 more words

Environment

THINK! Seminar: Punishment and forgiveness

Another successful THINK! Seminar took place yesterday on the topic of punishment, titled: ‘A conversation on forgiveness and the purpose of punishment’.

The seminar was attended by speaker Ben Gunn, an activist and writer on issues of criminal justice, who was convicted of murder at age 14 and spent 32 years in prison. 471 more words

University Of Essex

Project: 21st Century People Power

21st Century People Power

Two students received support from the Student Opportunity Fund to make a debate on ‘21st Century People Power’ possible. Jon Alexander and Iris Schoenherr, both MA Global Ethics and Human Values students at King’s, highlight their project. 388 more words

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