Might we have a moral obligation not to trivialize the suffering of others?
Gillis's recent dismissal from SNL raises questions about free speech and the boundaries of offensive content.
When people are killed for their collectible sneakers, do the shoes' designers share any responsibility?
Corporations often try to brand themselves as inclusive and progressive, but is there any substance behind these labels or is it all just marketing?
As our social/political commentary continues to evolve on social media, we should ask what the value of cancelling someone really is.
A piece of conceptual art challenges our traditional understanding of death with an aim of reinvention.
Seeking out moral advice from, and offering moral advice to, strangers in a public forum is nothing new. What has changed are the qualifications to claim moral expertise.
Comedy and satire cartoons are supposed to push boundaries, but all too often, they fall back on deeply ingrained racist imagery.
Is this new medium reducing art to a formulaic hunt for virality or is it inspiring innovation and increasing independent artists' opportunity for exposure?
What can a controversy over the "self-made" title tell us about privilege and inequality?