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I have written two columns about the political uprisings currently taking place in North Africa and the Middle East. More specifically, I have described the economic effects of Egypt and Libya. To read my columns, please follow the links below. … Continue reading
This should be the Project LIT way to celebrate Vday! This Valentine's Day, forget the wining and dining. Do something that matters. Like many people, I've had good Valentine's Days and well, not so good. The not-so-good dates back to … Continue reading
Project LIT readers know that it’s only a matter of time until we write a post on our opinion (and explanation) of the revolts in Egypt. But first…we want to know what our readers think of it all! Please vote: … Continue reading
“On Jan. 2, 2011, The New York Times Dealbook reported that Goldman Sachs reached out to its private clients with a chance to invest in Facebook, the hot social networking giant currently dominating the Web. With the sudden change of … Continue reading
Project LIT is all about keeping the people informed. There are so many issues we try to address on the blog, but sometimes we tend to only stick to certain topics or current events Currently 1 in 110 children are born … Continue reading
As volunteers from Peta2 hit the campus of UCF this past week, many students may be left wondering: what did they aim to do here? A growing demand for vegetarian and vegan options all across campus, including in the Marketplace … Continue reading
FDA System Approves Nonexistent Product from Nonexistent Company for Human Testing (via COTO Report)
by Heidi Stevenson 10 January 2011 gaia-health A sting nailed a company the HHS authorized to oversee human drug trials. The absurdities in the application are belly laugh funny, but in their rush to keep the money coming, they approved … Continue reading