Business

Time to Give NFL’s Blackout Rule the Boot

Originally appeared in The Indianapolis Star The Federal Communications Commission is supposed to ensure that the electronic media serve the public interest. A current FCC rule,...

News media must fight back against negative image

Originally appeared in The Indianapolis Star The dim news for the journalism industry just keeps coming. A recent Gallup news poll shows public trust of the...
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Look Inside: The Moral Implications of Personal Choice

Back when Microsoft Windows XP and Intel’s Pentium 4 Processor were technology du jour, not much was known about the origins of the raw...
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Watch Cute Alpacas Teach You About Income Inequality

The above video was recently featured in an article for CNNMoney. This cute, animated short describes the crucial economic state of the last 40 years. As quoted from...

Should the Identities of Execution Drug Manufacturers Be Secret?

Members of the Ohio legislature are currently fast-tracking a bill that would shield the names of pharmaceutical companies who sell Ohio execution drugs. Ohio has...

The Trouble with Unpaid Internships

As any college student knows too well, cold winter weather signals the beginning of an annual rat race that permeates the university experience –...

Consumerism, Capitalism, and Personal Identity

Shopping hangovers are just as real of a threat at this time of year as the drinking ones. With Black Friday and Cyber Monday...

A New Constitutional Challenge to Obamacare: The Basic Argument

The Supreme Court is hearing arguments today on a new challenge to Obamacare. Vox has one of the clearest summaries of the issue here. People say the issue...
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Could Fur Be Ethical?

Fur has been a popular luxury product for centuries that presents an ethical dilemma. All furs were once the skin of a living animal;...

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...