World Affairs

Will climate divestment work?

Guest post by Rich Cameron, Associate Professor of Philosophy at DePauw UniversityScott Wisor recently wrote a post titled “Why Climate Change Divestment Will Not...

Ebola: No Longer a Microscopic Problem

Over the past two weeks, reports of a Liberian man with Ebola being treated in Dallas have captivated our public discourse. Some worry that...

Striking Syria: Civilian Casualties

The White House announced that it has adopted a looser policy on airstrikes against the Islamic State (ISIS) in Syria. The United States has...

Climate Change? Really?

The thought of global climate change is quite unsettling. No one wants to actually believe that our planet is heating up so much that...

We Love Leo. But Should We Trust Him?

When I say CLIMATE, you say CHANGE. In the conversations about the environment, things seem to be doing just that...changing. In the past week or so,...

ZMapp: The Solution to Ebola?

The outbreak of Ebola in Western Africa has captivated the international community since it began in February 2014. Although Ebola has broken out before,...

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...
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Former President of Costa Rica delivers DePauw Ubben Lecture

This one is from the archives. We're going through our recent history and curating as many of the interesting videos that discuss ethical issues. In...

Debate: Should the President Be Able to Kill US Citizens Abroad?

Hina Shamsi, director of the ACLU's National Security Project, participated in an Oxford University style debate on whether or not the The president has...