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Single on Valentine’s Day and happily so

Elizabeth Brake, Rice University In this pandemic year, many Americans are focused on how to have a socially distanced...

From the White House to ancient Athens: Hypocrisy is no match...

Raman Sachdev, University of South Florida Donald Trump has spent a lot of time on golf courses during his presidency. That may come across as hypocritical...

The morality of canceling student debt

Kate Padgett Walsh, Iowa State University President-elect Joe Biden promised to forgive at least some student debt during his campaign, and he now supports immediately...

3 reasons for information exhaustion – and what to do about...

Mark Satta, Wayne State University An endless flow of information is coming at us constantly: It might be an article a friend shared on Facebook...

Celebrating Sister Ardeth Platte, anti-nuclear activist and ‘peacemaker in a hostile...

Carole Sargent, Georgetown University To Sister Ardeth Platte, who died on Sept. 30 at 84, antinuclear activism was a form of public worship. Explaining to a...

What the Falwell saga tells us about evangelicals and gender roles

Leslie Dorrough Smith, Avila University Jerry Falwell Jr. may well be wishing that a photo with his underwear showing and his arm around the waist...

A justification for unrest? Look no further than the Bible and...

Samira Mehta, University of Colorado Boulder and Samuel L. Boyd, University of Colorado Boulder The civil unrest seen across the United States following the killing...

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