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Weekly Meeting: Moral Dilemmas

Weekly Meeting

Moral Dilemmas

Thursday, November 21st – 7pm
Ingraham Hall, Room 224

Hey all!

Moral dilemmas are a great way to reflect on what we think is “right” or “wrong”, and really get at what we think it means to be moral. How do we put value on human life? How do we decide who lives and dies? Is it moral to kill for the greater good? These questions, and more, will be the topic of discussion at our weekly meeting tomorrow night, led by Technology Chair Elle Russell.

Can’t make the meeting? Join us afterwards at the Rathskeller around 9pm for drinks, food, and more great conversation.

I hope to see you there!

-Cole Dreier
AHA Secretary

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