Prindle Interns

Misinformation in the Age of Ebola

As the Ebola outbreak has progressed, public discourse of the matter has reached a fever pitch. From announcements that airports will screen for the...

Facing the Facts on DePauw’s Campus Climate

The other day, I took a test. It didn’t take long, just a few keystrokes and some flashing images on a computer screen. Fifteen...

Announcing the Winners of the 2015 Prindle Prize!

The Prindle Prize Program is an annual competition that gives students and faculty the opportunity to win monetary prizes for their dedication to ethics in their...
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‘Like a Girl:’ A cultural context

We have all heard it before: the kid out on the baseball field shouts, “you hit like a girl.” Adults do it too. In...

Ethics of Meritocracy in Education and The American Dream: “Why I...

As a millennial and current college student, I understand the struggle of endless nights in the library, clinging to your coffee, dreaming about sleep, and...

Ethical Responsibilities of DePauw Graduates

As a member of the graduating class (yes, I said it) and a Prindle Intern, I feel that it is my ethical duty to...

Ethics in 5: Printerns on Social Networking Ethics

Every week, the Prindle Intern team weighs in on an ethical issue together. Each intern is challenged to keep their response to five sentences...

What Halloween costume choice says about our ethics

From trick-or-treating to carving silly faces into pumpkins, Halloween was always my favorite holiday as a child. But my joy in dressing up as...

Ethics of Student Choice – DePauw’s “New” Meal Plan

Taking into account recent emails and updates from DePauw Administration in regards to the student meal plan, students have begun to voice concerns not...

Piper Kerman to Visit Campus for Ubben Lecture

The Prindle Institute is excited to welcome Piper Kerman, author of Orange Is the New Black, to campus in February as part of the...