Category Archives: Social Change

A Brief Musing About the Unrest in the Mideast

Unfortunately,  I don’t have as much time to devote to this topic as it deserves. But I believe it merits at least a brief mention, given the remarkable nature of what is transpiring in the region. What’s happening in the … Continue reading

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The Zogby Conference and the Danger of Willful Ignorance

For the first time in a while, and since I’ve graduated for that matter, I finally had the opportunity to get back into one of my favorite pastimes at FIU: attending a public conference. This one was centered around the … Continue reading

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Does our education system measure up?

Project LIT has been a little ignored lately by it’s founders. All of the writers are college students with hectic schedules, who pull all-nighters, and just barely catch a few minutes to watch Adult Swim every night. After spending a … Continue reading

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Atheists Know the Truth, Not You

All religions promise you answers, the truth, and most likely salvation. The American Atheists (AA) want you to know that your religion is lying. This Christmas, the AA wants you to question your beliefs. While drivers travel from New Jersey … Continue reading

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It’s Hard to be Good

I can honestly say that I try to do my part in creating a better world. I recycle, don’t buy fur, and volunteer as much as possible. However, there are some atrocities occurring that I’m embarrassed to support. For example, … Continue reading

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Finding Good from Bad

After watching CNN Heroes this weekend I found myself overwhelmed with emotions. On one hand, many of the stories the program brought to light were utterly depressing (exhibiting human suffering throughout the world); while others were extremely uplifting and restored … Continue reading

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