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 first High School Ethics Bowl National Championship on April 19-20. A six-member team from Radnor High School was the only team from Pennsylvania to compete, after winning the Philadelphia Area High School Ethics Bowl at Villanova University in December.

Members of the Radnor High School Ethics Bowl are (from left) senior Christopher Merken, junior Nick Brady, junior Louis Esser, freshman Katherine Hung, senior Christopher Blazey, senior Griffin Unger and coach Carl Rosin.

While the college Ethic Bowl has been around for awhile, this was the first year that a national championship was held for high school students, although some areas have had regional competitions.

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