Browsing the "morality" Tag

America’s Favorite Serial Killer

October 29th, 2012 | by Lauren Opatowski

What is the best part about Sunday nights? The answer is not cramming for tests, doing a month’s worth of


The Worth of Pursuing Happiness

October 4th, 2012 | by Nicole Grinstein

“What Makes Life Worth Living?” reads the banner installed atop the East Hall atrium, still hanging in belated promotion of the Fall


The Ethics of Child Bearing and Climate Change

March 19th, 2012 | by Naomi Scheinerman

Discussions of both climate change and its solutions often entail deliberation on human action and inaction. Evidence clearly indicates human


For Sale

November 9th, 2011 | by Ben Krawitz

POINT: Prostitution is an inherently immoral and predatory institution. COUNTERPOINT: Sex work can be freely chosen and empowering... decriminalizing prostitution is a step towards a more peaceful, inclusive society


Why We Have Children

October 28th, 2011 | by Naomi Scheinerman

The act of having a child, while fascinating, is also morally ambiguous. First, one could argue that there are religious


Begging for a Bagel

September 29th, 2011 | by Naomi Scheinerman

Yesterday, my roommate and I arose earlier than usual to make our weekly trek to the Alumni Center. Each Wednesday, we partake in every college student’s favorite activity: free food scavenging


Troy Davis

September 23rd, 2011 | by Matt Friedrichs

Walking through the Diag yesterday, you may have seen a few of your fellow students wearing black and trying to raise awareness about another issue. We may often be saturated with groups raising awareness about many topics, but I think this one deserves a note. Wednesday night at 9:08pm a man named Troy Davis was executed in the state of Georgia


The Ethic of Responsibility

March 9th, 2011 | by Aaron Bekemeyer

Christopher Hitchens made a forceful appeal for US intervention in his Slate column on Monday: Far from being brutalized by



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