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Voices From Our Network …
Having just returned from serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Paraguay, Matt advises young leaders to: "Keep dreaming big but also try and break down your dream into a chain of smaller, more timely and more pragmatic goals." There is plenty going on in today’s world and things are changing … [Read More...]
By Allison Saft The most troubling aspect of the recent West Virginia water contamination disaster (and there are many) is perhaps the way it was discovered. Not by Freedom Industries — the ones responsible for the dangerous contaminants — or the EPA reporting problems or alerting anyone to … [Read More...]
Spending the year in Ecuador before starting college, Leah says: "I believe my path contributes to social change, because I am raising awareness around the issue, while also educating myself to create a bigger impact in the future." There is plenty going on in today’s world and things are … [Read More...]
By Lucy Alexander There are a lot of ways to get sidetracked when working on a computer, but luckily there are also a lot of great online tools you can use to keep you on track. Here are three highlights of what the web has to offer when it comes to time management and staying productive, with … [Read More...]
Erin Corbett U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has announced plans to shrink the United States Army to its smallest size since 1940, with some responding that this would hurt U.S. national security and military readiness. The wartime peak of active duty members was 570,000 and Hagel is expected … [Read More...]
Taylor Kaserman Many gathered around their TV’s to watch the Super Bowl game. While many were just watching for the game a good majority of the people watching were also watching for the commercials. One commercial that stood out to me and apparently many others was Coca-Cola’s “America Is … [Read More...]
Frank Boudon This past week, French President Francois Hollande traveled to the United States on the first state visit by a French leader since 1996. He toured various American landmarks, escorted by our own President Obama, in what is being hailed as an “enduring alliance [made] new … [Read More...]