Jennifer Graham, Deseret News

Other than the coin toss, there was no similarity between this bowl and the one that took place recently in Atlanta.

The participants dressed nicely, as if going to a job interview, and their goal was not so much to defeat their opponents, as to convince them.  Nobody was going to Disney World afterward or went home with a fancy ring.

It was Utah's regnional high school Ethics Bowl, an event that champions moral understanding and civility, while challenging teens to work through complex moral issues.

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Luke Seaver, 17, Charlie Lowsma, 18, and Cameron Stevens, 18,
of Park City High School, consult with each other while competing in the Utah High School
Ethics Bowl at Westminter College in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Feb 2, 2019.  
(Photo by Spenser Heaps, Deseret News)

 Note: PCEF donors support the Ethics team.




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