Think Social, Drink Locall 3/7: Pre-drinks with your Fellow Langone Classmates!

Join us for the 9th Annual Think Social, Drink Local ! 

Sponsored by Stern’s Social Enterprise Association and Luxury & Retail Club, the “I heart New York” runway show and party will take place at the beautiful Angel Orensanz Foundation and showcase local fashion designers, food and drink. Read more

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THINK SOCIAL, DRINK LOCAL 2010

THINK SOCIAL, DRINK LOCAL 2010 — tickets on sale Thursday, February 18th.

Buy yours before they sell out!!!!



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Sponsor Spotlight: INDEGO AFRICA

Our first video spotlight takes a look at one of our amazing sponsors, INDEGO AFRICA — a simple yet powerful social enterprise that partners with cooperatives in Rwanda and sells their amazing fair trade handicrafts to retailers across the U.S. and online. Indego Africa pays each woman a fair wage and returns 100% of the profits for culturally-tailored training programs in business management, entrepreneurship, organic gardening, computer skills, and literacy.Read more

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Sustainability, what?!

Sponsor Spotlight: CROP ORGANIC VODKA



Our video feature this week spotlights POSTURE MAGNETIC, an apparel design house dedicated to Men’s and Women’s clothing, inspired by the latest in “fashion-forward” design and produced with sustainable materials. Posture Magnetic is best known for its amazing graphic tees. Read more

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Our video feature this week spotlights Think Social Drink Local’s exclusive beer sponsor: BROOKLYN BREWERY. Located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn Brewery has been serving the New York City area for over 20 years, and today it is one of America’s top 40 breweries. In 2003, it became the first NYC company to switch to 100% wind-generated electricity. Read more

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Coming Friday, March 5…Think Social, Drink Local!

Don’t miss this biggest, most socially-responsible event of the year! Tickets to Think Social, Drink Local go on sale Thursday, February 18 through CampusGroups! Read more

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First of all kudos to the Stern SEA team for arranging such a fun trip to Net Impact 2009. As a first time attendee I was amazed to see so many professionals at the intersection of business, engineering and non-profit come together to solve our most daunting social challenges. My favorite sessions were on microfinance, designing for affordability, the Walmart Pitch Competition and the two keynotes. The designing for affordability panel really demonstrated that with a good idea and the right team we can design solutions that have a profound impact on people across the world. Read more

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Not everyone has the ear of the leader of the free world. General Electric’s CEO Jeffrey Immelt, a self-professed Republican, is one such person. Instead of distilling advice to President Obama, Immelt shared his views with the 2,400 attendees at Net Impact’s 2009 conference on the future of clean energy as the opening keynote speaker on clean-energy and the government. Read more

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