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  • Erik Kimel at Penn: Preparing you for what’s next

    Erik Kimel at Penn: Preparing you for what’s next

    The Penn Social Entrepreneurship Movement (PennSEM) recently invited Erik Kimel, the Director of Brand Activation for Harry’s, to the University of Pennsylvania to talk about his e ...

  • The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Frozen in Action?

    The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Frozen in Action?

    Despite the insane number of videos flooding my News Feed, I haven’t succumbed to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. (The physical-getting-drenched-with-freezing-cold-liquid part, at le ...

  • Explaining the phenomenon known as the “Matthew Effect”

    Explaining the phenomenon known as the “Matthew Effect”

    In one of the small towns surrounding Lake Tiberias, there was once a man who was deeply reviled by everyone in his community. He was considered to be a traitor, supporting the “en ...

  • The Katamari Effect

    The Katamari Effect

    Life is made of small decisions; one man does not make an army, but an army is made of men. I definitely learned this golden nugget from Katamari Damacy. For those who aren’t famil ...

Erik Kimel at Penn: Preparing you for what’s next

Erik Kimel at Penn: Preparing you for what’s next

The Penn Social Entrepreneurship Movement (PennSEM) recently invited Erik Kimel, the Director of Brand Activation for Harry’s, to the University of Pennsylvania to talk about his ...

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The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Frozen in Action?

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge: Frozen in Action?

Despite the insane number of videos flooding my News Feed, I haven’t succumbed to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. (The physical-getting-drenched-with-freezing-cold-liquid part, at l ...

Read More »
Explaining the phenomenon known as the “Matthew Effect”

Explaining the phenomenon known as the “Matthew Effect”

In one of the small towns surrounding Lake Tiberias, there was once a man who was deeply reviled by everyone in his community. He was considered to be a traitor, supporting the “e ...

Read More »
The Katamari Effect

The Katamari Effect

Life is made of small decisions; one man does not make an army, but an army is made of men. I definitely learned this golden nugget from Katamari Damacy. For those who aren’t fami ...

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Breaking Boundaries with Teach for Philippines

Breaking Boundaries with Teach for Philippines

As members of the next generation, it's our responsibility to take action for situations, where we can make a difference. Even the smallest of actions can make the biggest impact ...

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Ten Things I Know To Be True

Ten Things I Know To Be True

I'm a dork. For most of my high school life, I was a nobody and it saved me. See, I have no illusions about my greatness as a writer, or as a person or anything, but all my studen ...

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The Prime Goal: To graduate University as fast as possible

The Prime Goal: To graduate University as fast as possible

Check out the first post of Cynthia's Life Aspirations' Series here: http://www.globalyouthjournal.com/the-pursuit-of-happiness/ The Prime Goal: To graduate University as fast as ...

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Extraordinarily Ordinary: BlueSEAL 2014

Extraordinarily Ordinary: BlueSEAL 2014

It’s not everyday that we encounter extraordinary people. Out of the approximately seven billion people who currently exist in this world, how many of them do we know? How many of ...

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What Teachers Make

What Teachers Make

Back in eighth grade, when I had just started learning that not all poems came in rhyming four-line stanzas, I came across a slam poem by Taylor Mali entitled “What Teachers Make” ...

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Searching for an Internship

Searching for an Internship

Dear (Company’s name) Please accept me as your intern. Pretty, preeetttttttty please? I am not in college, nor do I have any relevant experience….in fact, I am not qualified in an ...

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