Category Archives: ethics

WikiLeaks


Is the 1st Amendment worth two minutes of your time? Continue reading

Advertisements
Posted in Activism, Civil Rights, Corporatism, ethics, Politics | Tagged ,

I think I like my bank


Remember the problem with the duplicate lease payment? I just got a response to my inquiry with my bank (Chase) and it seems that they will refund all overdraft fees caused by that unauthorized transaction as soon as the payment … Continue reading

Posted in Electronic Bill Payment, ethics, Life | Tagged , | 1 Comment

Noblesse oblige


Noblesse oblige Noblesse oblige is the motto of the National Honor Society. But before I ever heard of NHS, I knew “noblesse oblige.” I learned it from a teacher in the sixth grade. I came up through school before “TAG” … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, ethics, Life, Memories | Tagged ,

Female Genital Mutilation at Cornell University


Female genital mutilation – you know it happens, but in undeveloped parts of the world. Not at Cornell University, right? Continue reading

Posted in ethics, Feminism, intersex, Lesbian, LGBT issues, sexuality | Tagged | 1 Comment