The fire at Notre Dame was a huge cultural event matched only by the outpouring of support from donations and social media posts in response. But shouldn't there be other things we support just as strongly?
Black History Month is occasionally accompanied by discourse on the possibility of "white history month." What makes it wrong?
Self-care is crucial, but is it overly commodified?
Opinion: The GoFundMe campaign supporting the building of the proposed border wall has some fundamental philosophical problems.
Satire deliberately exaggerates societal issues to make a point -- and to make us change. But what if it doesn't work?
Can we combat climate change with more than just the sciences, and how should we implement the humanities into our solutions?
After Kevin Spacey's sexual assault allegations, is it ethically permissible to still wear clothing that represent his work on House of Cards?
There are more women than ever up for election during this year's midterms. If many of them succeed, what might change?
Even after Kavanaugh's confirmation, the decision is controversial.
What are the dangers involved in social media censorship? This article uses Alex Jone's removal from social media to examine the problems that come with censorship.