Education

Kids for Ca$h Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion

Come out to Prindle on Tuesday, November 4 at 7 PM for a screening of the film Kids for Ca$h, a riveting, non-fiction thriller about a...

Education and a Free Society: A Libertarian Perspective (Part One)

If liberty is so fundamentally important to libertarians, then they should readily support means of achieving and maintaining it. Taking it as a given...

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...
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#ThanksMichelleObama: Ethics and School Lunches

School lunches have never been popular. Culturally, school lunches are something often complained about by students for being bland and unappetizing, and by parents...
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Does Knowledge Matter?

In February, Dr. Michael Hannon presented his talk "Does Knowledge Matter" as a part of the Young Philosophers Lecture Series hosted by the Prindle Institute...

“My Beautiful Failure” and Competition in Higher Education

Continued education, especially college, has long been seen as a positive and transformative experience, changing those who enroll and readying them for the world...
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The Threshold for Knowledge

In February, Dr. Michael Hannon presented his talk "The Threshold for Knowledge" as a part of the Young Philosophers Lecture Series hosted by the Prindle...

Education and a Free Society: Part Two

Contributing Scholar Pamela J. Hobart on a libertarian form of education.

Conflict Kitchen will be hosted Oct. 27-30 by Prindle, Conflict Studies...

The Conflict Studies Program, The Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics, and the Department of Art and Art History are thrilled to announce an upcoming...

Literary Hazing “Ain’t” Ethical

That’s right. This post has the word “ain’t” in its title. So what? In a recent interview, Harvard University Professor of Psychology and celebrated writer, Stephen...