LOUISBURG COLLEGE COMPETES IN NCICU ETHICS BOWL

Ethics Bowl Team

The weekend of February 6 and 7 saw the Ethics Bowl Team from Louisburg College travel to the campus of Campbell University Law School in Raleigh for the Annual Ethics bowl, sponsored by the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities organization. The team, comprised of Terri'ale Hall, Parker Hubbard, Terharen Warren, and Amber Gywn competed well against their opponents, Montreat College, Salem College, Meredith College, and Johnson C. Smith University, teams composed primarily of seniors and juniors.

Although the team did great work and were praised by all the judging panels, they lost by a close margin each time. The team had a very positive learning experience out of the competition, however, and the schools that we competed against ended up actively recruiting our Louisburg College students to continue their education at their 4-year college, so it was a very positive experience for Louisburg College and its image as well.

The Campus Coordinators for the team were Dr. Kelvin Spragley and Mr. Wally Hurst, Director of the Norris Theatre. "We believe we represented Louisburg College well this weekend, and it was a uniformly positive experience for our students," Hurst said.

Provost and Mrs. Eck joined the team for the Friday night reception, and afterwards also for a visit to a local eatery, treating the team members to a great meal. Thanks to Dr. and Mrs. Eck for their support.

Louisburg students, Dr. Spragley and Mr. Hurst are now actively recruiting members for next year's team! If you are interested, please contact us!

For the official NCICU press release, click here.