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IMG_0223 Open Space: Big-box shopping detrimental to society as a whole | Dec. 12

Shopping at big-box stores like Walmart contributes to our society’s increasing poverty. When money is spent at big-box stores owned by corporations instead of local businesses, cash flow is being ripped from the local economy. Unfortunately, prices at big supermarkets are often lower than at the local grocer, making it difficult for students to afford shopping there. (Ironically, if everyone shopped locally instead of at big-box stores, local businesses, like grocers, could afford to lower... 

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Life

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Features

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IMG_0223 Open Space: Big-box shopping detrimental to society as a whole | Dec. 12

Shopping at big-box stores like Walmart contributes to our society’s increasing... 


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Women have come a long way in battling inequality and gaining rights as individuals;... 


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