Husted ’13 and Tennis ’14 square off on whether the University’s name is socially or ethically problematic.
Ironically, heavy attention paid to another party’s finances is often cultivated by the outside observers rather than the personal possessors of wealth.
There is virtually no value in a process that treats entire groups as nonpersons.
Moffat ’13 and Drechsler ’15 square off on this week’s Taking Sides topic.
An academic must question and analyze and reflect closely on a topic. This often leads to the production of scholarship only an elite few can appreciate.
What does it mean to be philanthropic?
In economics, the material examination and the ethical considerations go hand-in-hand.
Brown: Stand by your principles by your principles, stand by your students, stand by the future of this planet.
From my experiences and from what I have observed around me, the best way to keep up is to understand, as individuals, how best we learn.
We all sacrifice some of our own cultural insulation and comfort to participate in the practices of others.