Op-Ed

Student-Athletes: Expectations and Responsibilities

I have been a student athlete for as long as I can remember. From personal experience, it is not an easy task. Learning how...

Hypocrisy: The Universal Trait of Mankind

Hypocrisy is the practice of claiming to moral standards or beliefs to which one’s own behavior does not conform. Hypocrites are usually disliked and...

An Unhealthy Obsession: Pugs and the Demand for Cuteness

Among my friends, I would be one of the first to readily admit one thing: I love dogs. Pugs, specifically. My personal allegiance to...

Genetic Testing: A Right Not to Know

The other day I picked up an article from The Wall Street Journal that caught my attention for many reasons. I have always personally...

The Trouble with Unpaid Internships

As any college student knows too well, cold winter weather signals the beginning of an annual rat race that permeates the university experience –...

What’s the deal with flower-ins?

For most men and women in Greek chapters, flower-ins were a part of their first experiences in Greek life. The purpose of a flower-in...

Peaceful Conflict: A Question of Privilege

Last month, Prindle sponsored a visit from Conflict Kitchen, a restaurant in Pittsburgh that exclusively serves cuisine from countries with which the United States is...

Something In The Air

It must be something in the air. Indiana is not known for its air quality or green policies, and the state’s capital is no exception....

Is Sharyl Attkisson a victim of Obama administration?

Former CBS correspondent Sharyl Attkisson is either a paranoid kook or victim of one of the most heinous government abuses of a reporter in...

The Ethics of an Epidemic

As the outbreak of Ebola enters its seventh month, the ethical dilemmas facing the world continue to increase. While the issue of experimental treatments...