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A week before Michigan's shelter-in-place order was issued to stop the spread and lower the number of deaths and cases of COVID-19, A2Ethics talked with Western Michigan University's Sandy Borden and Fritz Allhoff about their latest book, an edited work entitled, Ethics and Error in Medicine.  

Like the libraries where they work, librarians are repositories of knowledge. So, we decided to head to the stacks, where A2Ethics' favorite librarians Alexandra Sarkozy and Rebecca Bizonet spend their time, when they are not responding to Big Ethical Questions as members of the fantastic Slam team, the Hume-an Condition. And like Scottish philosopher David Hume, a former librarian and a famous Scottish philosopher too, Alexandra and Rebecca posed some very complex ethical dilemmas about libraries and their profession. 

What do regional Ethics Bowl producers do when they are not organizing high school bowls? 

 The Case entitled Our Time: Me Too (Case #12) is about ethics issues involved in composing music. Essential and integral to Case #12 is the "voice" and sound of the composition itself.

A2Ethics President Jeanine DeLay and A2Ethics Board member Erin Mattimoe speak with Alan Mallach in this inaugural edition of A2Ethics' Think Over and Above podcast series.

In our sixth episode of the Ethics Youth Council Bonnie Liu, co-captain of the 2017-2018 Ann Arbor Greenhills School Ethics Bowl team, talks with Joshua Chester. Josh, who is Greenhill's Associate Director of College Counseling, teaches a philosophy course at the school. 

In our fifth episode of the Ethics Youth Council Bonnie Liu, co-captain of the 2017-2018 Ann Arbor Greenhills School Ethics Bowl team, talks with Kathy Griswold, a longtime pedestrian safety advocate.

In our latest Youth Council podcast, Bonnie Liu, co-captain of the 2017-2018 Ann Arbor Greenhills School Ethics Bowl team, talks with Whit Froehlich, a Greenhills alum and current third-year medical student at the University of Michigan. 

In our third Ethics Youth Council podcast, Bonnie Liu, co-captain of the 2017-2018 Ann Arbor Greenhills School Ethics Bowl team, talks with Miguel Cisneros, member for two years of the Huron High School Ethics Bowl Team and author of one of the winning cases in the 2017 A2Ethics Case Writing Competition, which then was selected as one of the 15 cases for the 2018 National Bowl regional case set.  Bonnie and Miguel walk through Miguel's award-winning case on the Ann Arbor deer cull, and how the experience of writing it shifted Miguel's persp

In our second Ethics Youth Council podcast, Bonnie Liu, co-captain of the 2017-2018 Ann Arbor Greenhills School Ethics Bowl team, talks with Aria Falcone, captain and founder of the Washtenaw International High School (WIHI) Ethics Bowl team. Bonnie and Aria discuss the process of founding an Ethics Bowl team at WIHI, and what goes into running a team, from coordination and communication to crafting team bonding activities. They also delve into several big ethical questions drawn from their academic experiences, including a discussion of epistemology and a look at virtue vs.

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