Harvard's proposed ban on final clubs, fraternities and sororities is only the latest debate in a conflict between student autonomy and campus inclusion.
As victims of human trafficking continue to die trying to reach the U.S., should we rethink our policies on immigration?
Coming up with entirely new words for disability can avoid some of political correctness' many hurdles.
When employees fail to recognize ethical dilemmas in the first place, no amount of training will help a company address ethics issues.
The O. J. Simpson case proved an early test for the effectiveness of identity politics - a trend with worrying contemporary implications.
Though solitary confinement in prisons remains a divisive issue, evidence of the practice's detrimental effects is mounting.
In the United Kingdom, a battle between a sick child's parents and the child's doctors raises questions of parental rights and responsibilities.
Otto Warmbier's death after being imprisoned in North Korea has sparked questions of whether Warmbier displayed privilege or cultural relativism through his actions.
Following a promise by Volvo, France has promised to ban gasoline and diesel-fueled cars from the road. What would the implications be for environmentalism and social inequality?
Positive thinking has become a widely proposed solution to ills both medical and social. The legacy of Ryke Geerd Hamer suggests it harms more than helps.