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Examining Ethics: Prindle’s Ethics Podcast Launched!

UPDATE - We've launched. Visit the Examining Ethics show page here.  The Prindle Institute is hosting an ethics podcast about ethical issues big and small....

What We’re Reading, May 29, 2015

Check out these links suggested by members of The Prindle Post staff: Grammar snobbery and feminism (Jacquelyn) How much of California's water do you consume every week? (Linda) Nebraska...
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That’s Not Art!

In February, Dr. Wesley Cray of Grand Valley State University presented his talk "That's Not Art" as a part of the Young Philosophers Lecture Series...

What We’re Reading, May 21, 2015

Need some reading material for the long weekend? Check out these links from members of The Prindle Post staff. Student activism is on the rise (again)...
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The Power To Do the Impossible

In February, Dr. Brandon Carey of Columbia Basin College presented his talk "The Power To Do the Impossible" as a part of the Young Philosophers...

The Vaccine Debate: Where Do We Go From Here?

The vaccine debate is becoming increasingly difficult to ignore: there is an article published on the topic almost daily, and it’s hard to find...

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...

The Deterioration of TV News

This Guest Author post by Dr. Jeff McCall was originally published in The Indy Star on April 24, 2015. NBC’s high-profile anchor, Brian Williams, has...

High School Essay Contest Winners

The Prindle Institute is excited to announce the winners of the first annual High School Ethics Essay Contest! Over 100 high school students responded...

Frederick Douglass Prize Winner will be the 2015-2016 Schaenen Scholar

The Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics is proud to announce that Christopher Hager will be the 2015-2016 Nancy Schaenen Endowed Visiting Scholar of Ethics. Dr....