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February 29, 2024 5:03 pm

UMO students to compete in Ethics Bowl

From left are Mount Olive Pickle Company Inc. Executive Chairman Bill Bryan and UMO Ethics Bowl team members Eric Holland, Loren Marin, Kate Carter, Joshua Hernandez and Will Worley.

MOUNT OLIVE – Five students from the University of Mount Olive will participate in the 2023 North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities Ethics Bowl.

The competition will take place February 10-11 at the North Carolina Legislative building in Raleigh. Students from 16 private colleges and universities from across the state will compete. The theme is Ethics in Contemporary Society. The two-day event will culminate with students competing in semi-final and final rounds on Saturday.

UMO’s Ethics Bowl team, sponsored by Mount Olive Pickle Co., is composed of Kate Carter, Joshua Hernandez, Eric Holland, Loren Marin and Will Worley. Carter is a sophomore Business Management major from Laurinburg, Hernandez is a freshman Accounting major from Goldsboro, Holland is a senior Computer Information Systems major from Seven Springs, Marin is a sophomore Business Management major from Coats and Worley is a sophomore Accounting major from Princeton.

— From University of Mount Olive Public Relations, by student intern Macy Parkhurst