To ease the tension of Election Day, we asked seven faculty members to participate a quirky thought experiment that challenged each of them to consider how one well known but long dead person in their respective fields would have voted in the 2016 presidential election. The responses were insightful, sobering, and occasionally hilarious.
The Pew Research Center American Values Survey, which polled more than 3,000 adults nationwide, found that approximately one in five Americans don’t have a religious affiliation — the most ever […]
WHAT: The Philosophy & Religion Monthly Forum will present the latest in its series of events, titled “A Mormon (LDS) President in America? Church-State Relationship Issues.” In its first year, […]