Does Penn State’s new student essay contest reach the height of absurdity?
The increase in spending at restaurants may tell us something about the state of our society.
Narcissists are fully capable of pretending to be caring and compassionate, but they genuinely do not care about anyone more than themselves.
Books are not going anywhere. But the myth that they are disappearing is likely to endure.
Author S.E. Hinton recently came under fire for saying characters in 'The Outsiders' weren’t written gay.
New statistics show homeschooling continues to grow in the U.S.
Are humans simply clever apes who follow our instincts in order to gratify our material needs? Or are we something more?
What is the appropriate age to leave a child home alone?
Can anyone be certain their grievances are on solid ground?
Jordan Peterson, a clinical psychologist at the University of Toronto, won’t use the pronouns “zie” or “hir,” and it could cost him his job.
You can still live a meaningful, fulfilling, happy life without ever bringing a partner into the mix.
Does the church need more leaders willing to conduct self-examination from within?
The idea of bestowing benefits to underprivileged classes goes way back.
This problem is the source of loneliness, anxiety, and reduced concentration.
Instead of reflexively defending the frumpy look, do we need to rationally consider the messages that such clothes convey about us to others?
Is it possible that the next generation is on the verge of accepting today’s political opinions as historical fact?
Fear is fashionable. Terror is trendy. Monsters are mainstream. Why?
Not just anyone is allowed to participate in Halloween.
Many young adults no longer know how to do simple, basic skills.
A poll of 700 people revealed that many voters lack a basic understanding on many key issues.
A recent study shows how the human brain adapts to dishonesty.
It's not angry; it's not smutty; it's not vicious.
'Rather than confront the disagreements and the differences of opinion, we’ll just simply annihilate the person who disagrees.'
Feminist author Wendy McElroy recently wrote a book on the topic.
If, as most Americans believe, a border fence is not justified, then neither is the current system of visa policies.
It may sound naïve, but it’s a good question, and one to which historians, sociologists and philosophers need to put their mind.
A professor argues that it broadens our understanding of the present.