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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...

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...

Conflict Kitchen will be hosted Oct. 27-30 by Prindle, Conflict Studies...

The Conflict Studies Program, The Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics, and the Department of Art and Art History are thrilled to announce an upcoming...

History’s (Un)Truths

Fifty years, two months, and one week ago, a US destroyer was attacked (or was it?) by the North Vietnamese in the Gulf of Tonkin,...

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...

Alumni Venture to Benefit Veterans

It's exciting and uplifting to see so many of our alumni set out to make positive changes in our society once they graduate. This...
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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...