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A Creative Commons Christmas Carol
A Creative Commons Christmas Carol

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LoudSauce: Crowdfunded Advertising for Causes
LoudSauce: Crowdfunded Advertising for Causes

What bus shelters have to do with civic engagement and Marshall McLuhan.

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Marvelous Movember
Marvelous Movember

What Frida Kahlo has to do with Lance Armstrong and neo-hippie jewelry.

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Oil + Water: Posters Printed with Oil from The Gulf
Oil + Water: Posters Printed with Oil from The Gulf

What dirty coastlines have to do with graphic design and talking trees.

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Search for the Obvious: A Homage to Everyday Objects
Search for the Obvious: A Homage to Everyday Objects

A quest for ordinary brilliance, or what sewers, eyeglasses and famous writers have in common.

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Yoxi: A Creative Game for Social Change
Yoxi: A Creative Game for Social Change

How to solve the world’s problems by harnessing human nature.

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The Power of Photojournalism
The Power of Photojournalism

What Kenyan tribes have to do with Ohio’s ghettos and the global water crisis.

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KOMAZA: Fighting Poverty Through “Microforestry”
KOMAZA: Fighting Poverty Through “Microforestry”

What 2,000 trees have to do with your weekly mocha frappuccino budget.

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PICKED: We All Good People
PICKED: We All Good People

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A Lab of My Own: Coming Out In Science
A Lab of My Own: Coming Out In Science

Bringing humanity to science, or what vintage matrimony has to do with modern myth-busting.

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