Fine Arts

‘Sam no es mi tío:’ A visit from Diego Fonseca &...

We had just published our annual call for intern applications: a sign posted around campus with a loud image of the traditional Uncle Sam...
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$10 Million Endowed to Fund Prindle

Prindle Intern Suzanne Spencer '14 reporting on $14.4 million in new gifts in Spring 2014, including an estate gift from Janet Prindle for continued...
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Group Crowdfunding a Documentary to Attack Anita Sarkeesian

Anita Sarkeesian is something of a hero in the feminist gaming community. In 2012, she asked for $6,000 to do a video series exploring five...

Abolitionists Unfrozen

This article, by DePauw History professor David Gellman, originally appeared in Historians Against Slavery on August 15, 2014. If all the great abolitionists of the...

The Celebrity Nude Leak: What’s in a View?

By now, most people have heard that nude photos of nearly 100 celebrities, including actress Jennifer Lawrence, were stolen and posted to the internet by...

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...
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Emma Sulkowicz Protests Sexual Assault with Performance Art

By taking on a voice of its own, performance art often eclipses the common perception of art as simply inert. Emma Sulkowicz, a senior...

TheSkimm: Is “Reading the News” Overrated These Days?

"I really should read the news, but I _______". Insert excuse here. This might be a direct quote from myself this morning at breakfast. We'll admit...

Prindle and Conflict Studies to host ‘The Trials of Muhammad Ali’...

Come out to the Prindle Institute on Wednesday, September 17 at 8 PM for an outdoor screening of the 2014 documentary The Trials of Muhammad...

Apocalypse Now: Hollywood and the End of the World

Few events are as captivating of the human imagination as the apocalypse. Whether seen in ancient religious texts or modern novels and video games,...