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Tarana Burke’s Speech Rivets DePauw Com..

On September 6, Tarana Burke, Founder of the “me, too.” movement, came to DePauw University. Speaking before an audience of nearly 1,000 at Kresge Auditorium, Burke told students about her background and described pivotal moments in her life..

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Prindlepalooza 2018 A Success!

On Saturday, August 25, the Prindle Institute for Ethics hosted its annual Prindlepalooza event. This was the seventh installment of the event and with over 560 attendees, it was by far the best-attended Prindlepalooza.

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New Schaenen Scholar Welcomed to Prindle

Professor Jessica Mejia is the Prindle Institute’s new Nancy Schaenen Visiting Scholar for 2018-2019. In her capacity as the Schaenen Scholar, Professor Mejia will also serve as the inaugural Assistant Director for Academic Services at the Pri..

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Representing Disability at Prindle

“Representing Disability” was the focus of this year’s undergraduate ethics symposium at the Prindle Institute for Ethics at DePauw University on April 19 and 20, 2018. The symposium featured three keynote talks addressing the ethics of re..

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Tarana Burke to Visit

Tarana Burke, the woman behind the viral 2017 TIME Person of the Year-winning ‘me too.’ Movement, will be the 2018 Dorothy Garrett Martin Lecturer on Ethics and Values. This lecture series is hosted by The Janet Prindle Institute for..

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Polytechnic School Wins!

The competition was fierce – but collegial – at the First Annual Summer High School Ethics Bowl Competition. Polytechnic School from Pasadena, California took home first prize using a winning combination of courteousness and incisive argumentation. Sixteen teams fr..

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