Thursday, August 17, 2017

ROTTMAN: A perspective on happiness

Happiness is, after all, one of the most important ideas we can think about, and the way in which we think about it affects not only our own lives but the lives of those who live among us.

MCKINLEY: Marketing baseball cards

Why Cosmopolitan wants to buy your browser history

ROTTMAN: When some beliefs are better

Let’s begin with a simple thought experiment. Adam believes that no beliefs are better than others, while Sally believes that some beliefs are better...

McINNIS: Why citing “the law” won’t do: A response to Chancellor...

A letter about the decision not to label Vanderbilt a sanctuary campus

PRIHODA: Decoding veganism

For some people who care about animals, why is vegetarian not enough?

WHEAT: I’m Asian, I don’t use the n-word and neither should...

Confronting microaggressive behavior

UFFORD: Respect for humanity from an expatriate’s perspective

How living in another country influenced my outlook

ROHLFING: How Vanderbilt gets away with paying some RAs $4.16 an...

Another point of weakness in Vanderbilt’s diversity and inclusion initiatives

Another year, another Most Outstanding White Senior

How our campus ignores alternative narratives of excellence

LUTZ: Global Gag denies desperately needed healthcare worldwide

A perspective on the executive order