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ABC News Further Undercuts Media’s Credibility

This post originally appeared in The Indy Star on May 29, 2015. The real damage done by ABC’s George Stephanopoulos’ vacuous ethics – as shown...

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...

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...

Discovering Biotecture: What are Earthships and Why Should We Care?

This post was written by Ayo Animashaun, a 2014 graduate of DePauw University. Ayo was an Economics major, Management Fellow, and Bonner Scholar. This article details...

Ignorance is Bliss?: Cultural Sensitivity while Abroad

Four and half months ago, I left Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America for the bonnie land of Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom. With only...

Submit Coursework for Prindle Prize, Win $ Prizes!

The Prindle Institute for Ethics formally invites all DePauw students to submit coursework relating to ethics or of ethical concern. The Prindle Prize Program is...

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...

Prindle Intern Spotlight: Cheney Hagerup

Cheney is a senior intern from Glen Ellyn, Illinois. She studies English Literature and Spanish at DePauw. Tell us about an ethics/social justice issue that...

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...

Prindle to Host Discussion on Religious Freedom Bill

The Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act has put Indiana in the national spotlight. People on both sides feel that there has been an affront...