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Julia Ioffe talks ethics of journalism in annual Dorothy Garrett Martin...

On Sept. 29, Julia Ioffe, the founding partner and Washington correspondent for Puck Media Company and internationally recognized expert on Russia, gave a speech...

TDP Post-It: Wednesday, Oct. 7

1. Thursday, Oct. 8 “By one Vote: Woman Suffrage in the South” filmmaker Mary Makley is hosting a virtual event for students interested in learning...

Prindle Opens 'The Anne Frank Stichting Exhibit'

“Let me be myself and I am satisfied,” Anne Frank wrote in her diary two years into hiding. These words begin the journey “The...

Prindle podcast takes to the skies

The Janet Prindle Institute Examining Ethics Podcast is now advertised in the Indianapolis International Airport as of Oct. 1. The marketing strategy is part...

Interview with Emily McWilliams, Nancy Schaenen Scholar

Emily McWilliams recently joined the DePauw University faculty as the 2017-2018 Nancy Schaenen Endowed Visiting Scholar of Ethics at the Prindle Institute.     As the...

Prindle receives $10,000 donation for Summer Camp based in diversity

The Inclusive Summer High School Institute for Philosophy will be for high school juniors who come from historically underrepresented groups

Reading groups come to Prindle

Tuesday marks the beginning of a semester-long reading group series hosted by the Prindle Institute.  Like the Prindle Institute itself, the reading groups...

Prindle Young Philosophers Lecture Series brings speakers to DePauw University

LEANN BURKE / THE DEPAUW Thursday and Friday the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics paired up with the DePauw Philosophy Department...

OPINION: Conflict Kitchen — an example of how to respond to...

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