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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...

2015 Undergraduate Ethics Symposium: Value & Virtual Spaces

Beginning on Thursday, April 9th, The Prindle Institute will host the eighth annual Undergraduate Ethics Symposium, "Value and Virtual Spaces," which will encompass ethical...

Progress, paradox, and the food justice movement

This post draws on my experience from co-leading the Prindle Institute's Alternative Spring Break trip to Nashville, TN focused on food ethics and justice...

Frederick Douglass Prize Winner will be the 2015-2016 Schaenen Scholar

The Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics is proud to announce that Christopher Hager will be the 2015-2016 Nancy Schaenen Endowed Visiting Scholar of Ethics. Dr....

Do you have a moral responsibility to “Go Green”?

DePauw is reaching the end of its annual three-week-long “Energy Wars:” a competition between the major housing buildings on campus to reduce the amount...

Ethics of Anonymity Online

When your name remains detached from something, most of the repercussions from saying certain things seem to disappear. The issue of anonymity online is...

ART OF AWARENESS SUBMISSIONS 2015- Winners announced!

Congratulations to our winners!!! Taylor Zartman, Samuel Caravana and Nathaniel Fox #1- Nathaniel Fox- (Faculty Vote Winner) Street Art and Urban Pressure: Graffiti as we know here is the...

Prindle and DePauw Philosophy Department to host Young Philosophers Lecture Series

On Thursday-Friday, February 26-27, the Prindle Institute and the DePauw Philosophy department will host Young Philosophers Lecture Series. The series was started by Andrew Cullison, Director...
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Thoughts on the DePauw Dialogue

Two days after the DePauw Day of Inclusion, Prindle hosted the “Debrief with Desserts” event to continue the conversations started at the dialogue itself....

Dartmouth Bans Hard Liquor On Campus — What Could This Mean...

Recently, Dartmouth's president, Philip J. Hanlon, banned hard alcohol across the entire campus and implemented  mandatory four year sexual violence prevention and education programs. By...