“A group of Utah Valley University philosophy students has earned a spot to compete in the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl next semester after defeating other Utah teams at a regional competition last weekend.
These debate competitions require teams to address pre-determined questions that present ethical quandaries. Their arguments are judged by the clarity, reasonableness and objectivity of their answers. The regional showdown featured questions regarding California’s proposed spanking ban, the ambiguous citizenship of the children of illegal immigrants, and computer-generated porn depicting children.”
Read more on The Salt Lake City Tribune’s website HERE.
Matthew S. Holland
Utah Valley University