Integrating science into the prison-education program has been a challenge of logistics. How does one teach subjects that require sophisticated equipment and access to materials which might be off-limits within the prison walls?
The word “individualism,” I fear, is going the way of such related words as “freedom,” “independence” and “self.” All these words have evolved so many meanings by now that they’re almost meaningless.
James X. Sullivan, Notre Dame associate professor of economics, argues that the conventional income-based measures of poverty used by the U.S. Census Bureau tell only part of the story.
The positive and negative effects religion has had on American society is the focus of a new book, American Grace: How Religion Divides and Unites Us.
For some students, good grades are an answer to prayer. It turns out that prayer may also be an answer as to why some students get good grades.