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Evolving Apocalyptic Narratives and the Ethics of Fallout

As our fears about the apocalypse have changed, so have our media depicting them. What do these new forms of media say about morality in a post-apocalyptic environment?

Our Alienation from Work

Is the world becoming "post-work?" And if it is, how will that change the way we talk about our labor?

Lord of the Flies and the Ethics of Genderbending Film Adaptations

William Golding's classic novel will be soon be remade in movie form - only, this time, the people trapped on the island will all be girls.

Opinion

Reason, Listening and Fixing “How to Fix American Stupidity”

What a cask of wine has to do with America's contemporary polarization.

Social Change through Democracy: Same-Sex Marriage in Australia

As Australia prepares to vote on same-sex marriage, is their vote-based approach ethical?
"Sun Going Down on Myanmar" by Joe Le Merou liscensed under CC BY 2.0 (via Flickr)

In Myanmar, A Failed Test for the International Community

The crisis in Myanmar has raised criticism about the need for intervention - criticism that has even ensnared a Nobel laureate.

Culture

Evolving Apocalyptic Narratives and the Ethics of Fallout

As our fears about the apocalypse have changed, so have our media depicting them. What do these new forms of media say about morality in a post-apocalyptic environment?

More Than Just a Game: A Follow-Up

Recent comments made by President Trump have further spurred the debate around professional athletes and social activism.
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The Cinematic Populism of Rotten Tomatoes

Rotten Tomatoes has revolutionized how people watch movies - much to the chagrin of the industry's figureheads.

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Politics and Respect in the Wake of Mass Shootings

In the wake of the tragedy of the Las Vegas shooting and others like it, respect seems to be hard to define for politicians and Americans alike.

Reason, Listening and Fixing “How to Fix American Stupidity”

What a cask of wine has to do with America's contemporary polarization.

Social Change through Democracy: Same-Sex Marriage in Australia

As Australia prepares to vote on same-sex marriage, is their vote-based approach ethical?

Evolving Apocalyptic Narratives and the Ethics of Fallout

As our fears about the apocalypse have changed, so have our media depicting them. What do these new forms of media say about morality in a post-apocalyptic environment?

Will DePauw’s New Alcohol Rules be Effective?

DePauw has recently taken stronger measures to curb hard alcohol use on campus. But how effective will these measures be?

More Than Just a Game: A Follow-Up

Recent comments made by President Trump have further spurred the debate around professional athletes and social activism.