Politics

Obama seen as ‘enemy’ to press freedom

This message was posted on Twitter recently by a prominent member of the media: “The Obama Administration is the greatest enemy of press freedom...

Peaceful Conflict: A Question of Privilege

Last month, Prindle sponsored a visit from Conflict Kitchen, a restaurant in Pittsburgh that exclusively serves cuisine from countries with which the United States is...

Why I’m Voting for Hillary

I’m voting for Hillary Clinton. As a young, liberal, white male, that may come as a surprise. Bernie Sanders has captured the heart and...

A Free and Open Internet

On Monday, President Obama announced that "a free and open Internet was as critical to Americans’ lives as electricity and telephone service" and should...

Ethics in 5: Printerns on Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act

Every week, the Prindle Intern team weighs in on an ethical issue together. Each intern is challenged to keep their response to five sentences...
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‘Slacktivism:’ The problem with benevolence

You may have heard the term 'Slacktivism' thrown around in reference to charitable acts diluted with apathy. 'Slacktivism' can take theform of anything from donating small...

Communion of a Different Kind

Indiana's First Church of Cannabis reveals the tensions between religious practice and the federal government.
A photo of the Buchenwald concentration camp today.

Repurposing Buchenwald: Housing Refugees

Should refugees seeking asylum be housed in former concentration camp barracks? Schwerte, Germany, is planning to house 20 asylum seekers in a satellite post...

Gender and the Draft

At the age of 18, all male citizens of the United States are legally required to register for the Selective Service, so that they...
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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...