Environment

Apple’s Proposed Conservation Effort Raises Questions

With a record-setting net worth of over $700 billion, Apple has become the largest U.S. company and produces some of the most widely used...

Ethics in 5: Printerns on Water

Every week, the Prindle Intern team weighs in on an ethical issue together. Each intern is challenged to keep their response to five sentences...

Do the Economic Benefits of Fracking Outweigh the Risk of Pollution...

Hydraulic fracturing, commonly referred to as "fracking," is a method of extracting natural gas by drilling wells and then shooting liquids at high pressures...

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...

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...

XL-Sized Protest Against Keystone XL

The Keystone Pipeline has been a source of tension since 2008. Though it was first blocked by the legislature in 2012, it was approved...