Events

Announcing the Winners of the 2015 Prindle Prize!

The Prindle Prize Program is an annual competition that gives students and faculty the opportunity to win monetary prizes for their dedication to ethics in their...

2015 Undergraduate Ethics Symposium: Value & Virtual Spaces

Beginning on Thursday, April 9th, The Prindle Institute will host the eighth annual Undergraduate Ethics Symposium, "Value and Virtual Spaces," which will encompass ethical...

Prindle to Host Discussion on Religious Freedom Bill

The Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act has put Indiana in the national spotlight. People on both sides feel that there has been an affront...
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Are you ready?! Anita Sarkeesian at Prindle

Are you a gamer? Do you enjoy the battles and challenges created in the magical virtual world? Better yet, are you interested in learning...

Ethics of Anonymity Online

When your name remains detached from something, most of the repercussions from saying certain things seem to disappear. The issue of anonymity online is...

Prindle and DePauw Philosophy Department to host Young Philosophers Lecture Series

On Thursday-Friday, February 26-27, the Prindle Institute and the DePauw Philosophy department will host Young Philosophers Lecture Series. The series was started by Andrew Cullison, Director...
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Thoughts on the DePauw Dialogue

Two days after the DePauw Day of Inclusion, Prindle hosted the “Debrief with Desserts” event to continue the conversations started at the dialogue itself....

Prindle To Host High School Ethics Bowl Competition

On Saturday, February 7, The Prindle Institute will host the first annual Midwest Regional High School Ethics Bowl competition. Ethics Bowl competitions consist of two...

The Prindle Institute Hosts Piper Kerman

Orange is the New Black came to life last night as Piper Kerman joined students and faculty in Kresge Auditorium for the first Ubben Lecture of...

Facing the Facts on DePauw’s Campus Climate

The other day, I took a test. It didn’t take long, just a few keystrokes and some flashing images on a computer screen. Fifteen...