Inspired in part by the propensity for today’s students to lose themselves in technology or leave nasty anonymous comments on web sites, Rutgers University this week is launching Project Civility, a two-year initiative intended to explore politeness and foster respect among members of the state university's community, reports the Philadelphia Inquirer. "For me, living together more civilly means living together more peacefully, more kindly, and more justly," said Kathleen Hull, a Rutgers faculty member, who is helping to coordinate the effort. "This includes good manners, yes, but so much more." It is a prudent time to consider what is appropriate...

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