Talented “Visual Scribes” Chronicle and Curate This Year’s Michigan High School Ethics Bowl
Ann Arbor, MI – In February of this year, nearly 150 students, 30 volunteers, 26 faculty and philosopher coaches, and 50 judges gathered at the University of Michigan for the 7th annual Michigan High School Ethics Bowl. And for the second year in a row, they were joined by bold and daring student-artists who had volunteered to document and interpret the event through their real-time sketches and graphic impressions.
Questions on treatment of animals, grieving with virtual reality, school honor codes and coronavirus take top prizes
Ann Arbor, MI – High school students from across Michigan got creative over the past few months to write about the issues that mattered to them – and most notably, the ethical dilemmas that accompany them – in this year’s A2Ethics case competition.
“Public Philosophy For All” fans convene in Ypsilanti for confounding questions and convivial commentary
Ann Arbor, MI – On the evening of April 18, Ypsilanti’s Corner Brewery became the ethics epicenter of Washtenaw County when four competing teams, members of the University of Michigan Philosophy Department, volunteers from host organization A2Ethics, and a devoted and curious audience launched the 10th Annual Big Ethical Question Slam.
Ann Arbor, MI – High school students from around the area put pen to paper over the past few weeks to write about some issues that mattered to them – and most notably, the ethical dilemmas that accompany them – in this year’s A2Ethics case competition.
PUB GRUB AND ETHICS COME TOGETHER AT NINTH ANNUAL BIG QUESTIONS SLAM FOR EVERYDAY PHILOSOPHERS
Ann Arbor, MI – Earlier this month, six teams of “everyday philosophers” converged at Conor O’Neill’s Irish Pub to bring their unique perspectives to bear on some common and not so common ethical questions – cheered by a crowd of fellow philosophy fans and reviewed by a panel of three judges whose day jobs ARE in philosophy.