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Daily BR!NK | September 20, 2011
The concept is simple: for every delicious nutrition bar purchased, a nutrition pack is provided to one of two million hungry children in the developing world.
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Shareable | September 5, 2011
While mainstream America is hoping for federal economic reform, some social justice organizations have a radically different idea, and are organizing low-income communities to build a new econo
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Entrepreneurship at Arizona State University | June 22, 2011
I know what you’re thinking: you already have a pretty solid grasp of what sex and gender mean.
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Tiffany Swift | May 6, 2011
In the Silver Lake neighborhood of Los Angeles, Forage restaurant serves up seasonal, local fare at reasonable prices.
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Scott Ballum | April 19, 2011
Sheepless recently co-sponsored a screening of the ground-breaking, eye-opening documentary "The Greenhorns" with The Loft at UCSD and UCSD Earth Week. Directed by Severine von Tscharner Fleming, and grown out of a grassroots non-profit organization of the same name, the film's mission is to recruit, promote and support the new generation of young farmers in this ample and able 21st century America.
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Tiffany Swift | March 30, 2011
There are a lot of exciting and rewarding parts to starting a business: the rush of having that Big Idea, the freedom of being your own boss, the satisfaction of creating something from nothing. But there’s one part of building a business that is not a lot of fun for anyone: raising the money to get it off the ground. If you don’t come from a finance background, the loan and investment options are extremely confusing. And once you do sort out the options, it turns out most are not particularly well suited for a small, local business.
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Entrepreneurship at Arizona State University | March 18, 2011
I’m not what you call a traditional college student. When my parents got divorced, I was five; my mom and I packed our bags and moved to Arizona from Pennsylvania to start a brand new life. Growing up, I was always pushing myself into leadership roles, whether that meant barking out orders to stuffed animals on my playground as I led them into a fierce war, or soaking up the opportunities that Student Council had to offer. I was always ‘that kid’ who you could have pinned to be a leader one day.
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Chelsea Batten | February 8, 2011
While municipal museums and concert halls have been struggling with both corporate fundraising and cultural relevance in recent history, there are emergent arts initiatives gaining a following for their explosive visibility. A museum might produce just three major shows each year, but upon closer inspection, there is easily a gallery showing in some part of your city every weekend. Zack Nielsen wants to help you find them.
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| January 31, 2011
By Vandana Shiva (Editor)Manifestos on the Future of Food and Seed is a short, pocket-sized collection that goes to the heart of our existence—what we eat and how we grow it. It covers the questions: