nj.com, April, 1, 2014 In the often Darwinian world of high school, there’s little room for subtlety. And yet five Piscataway High School students are preparing for a national competition in which their success depends on finding the middle ground. … Continued
chapelboro, April 27, 2013 CHAPEL HILL-A local high school has earned semi-final honors in a UNC-hosted competition designed to encourage discussion among young people about various ethical issues. This year marked the first-ever National High School Ethics Bowl, which was … Continued
Tampa Bay Times, April 27, 2013 Should people be allowed to sell a kidney? Is it ethical to kill people using unmanned drones? Should college athletes get paid? A group of St. Petersburg High seniors wrestled with these and other … Continued
Mainline, April 24, 2013 Should human organs be sold on the open market? Are stand your ground laws ethical? Should college athletes be paid? These were some of the topics that teams of high school students wrestled with at the … Continued
WUNC, April 19, 2013 Sandhya Mahadevan doesn’t come off as someone who is likely to back down from anyone. She’s whip-smart, looks you dead in the eye when she’s talking to you, and can’t wait to engage on the events … Continued
prweb, March 7, 2013 On Saturday, February 2nd, the 1st Annual CSRA High School Ethics Bowl was held at Georgia Military College in Martinez, GA. Six local high schools sent Junior ROTC units to participate in the competition, including Cross … Continued
Tennessee Today, February 14, 2013 For the second year in a row, Austin-East High School has won the Ethics Bowl. Karns High School came in second, and the Christian Academy of Knoxville was third. The event, sponsored by the Department … Continued
Daily Herrald, February 7, 2013 HIGHLAND — A band of four boys at Lone Peak High School plans on winning the Ethics Bowl, Saturday at Utah Valley University.
UVA Today, December 19, 2013 “With the help of Mitchell Green, a philosophy professor in the University of Virginia’s College of Arts & Sciences, and fourth-year government major Tory Klein, The Covenant School in Charlottesville became the first Virginia high … Continued
NY Times, February 13, 2011 “BETHPAGE, N.Y. — Ethics are a good thing, and almost everyone is said to have them. But by some accounts, they are like muscles in the brain, strong or atrophied, depending on exercise.