The University of Oklahoma report on Sigma Alpha Epsilon details the origin of a racist chant taught to new members. University President David Boren says the matter cannot be closed ‘until the culture at the national level has been addressed.’
Sylvia Allen, an Arizona state senator, opined that church attendance should be mandatory. Constitutional questions aside, there is a centuries-long debate that goes back to the European Enlightenment: Can you be moral if you’re not religious?
Thursday night's "Sweet 16" round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament saw four teams move on to Saturday's regional finals. The field will be reduced to an 'Elite Eight' after tonight's games, which are being televised on CBS and TBS.
Do you think you know the Midwest? Whether you are a born-and-raised Midwesterner or simply pride yourself in geographic knowledge, these questions will put your brain to the test. Let's see if you have what it takes to be a true Midwestern trivia buff.
2015 NCAA tournament 'Sweet 16': Find out who's an Uber driver, an All-American, freshman phenom, and who might not play when the NCAA men's basketball tournament swings back into action Thursday evening.
Indiana on Monday became the latest state to pass legislation that exempts religious people and their businesses from nondiscrimination laws in some cases. Gov. Mike Pence has indicated he'll sign the bill.
Thursday featured opening round upsets galore. Saturday and Sunday featured the tournament's first No. 1 seed getting knocked out in Villanova and was capped off with No. 2 seeded Kansas and Virginia going down, and failing to make it to the second weekend.
The idealism of the sharing economy is coming up against profit-driven tendencies, and firms like Uber and Airbnb are encountering backlash. Now, a discussion is taking place about what the industry’s moral underpinnings should be.
Hundreds of arrests and concerns about photos of a naked, under-age spring breaker undergird concerns in Florida that Spring Break is getting out of hand. But even as the ritual evolves, at its core it remains much the same.
Mounting revelations about offensive fraternity behavior – including suspensions at Penn State and North Carolina State this week – have generated a debate over their place in a society that increasingly values diversity, respect, and inclusiveness.