The BHS Philosophy Club was invited by the Long Island Ethical Humanist Society in Garden City to discuss their experiences competing in ethics bowl. The discussion began with Ms. Roberta Israeloff, director of the Squire Family Foundation, who discussed the importance of high school students participating in ethics bowls and asking the audience to consider being “ambassadors” for their schools to create an interest in ethics and forming teams to compete in future ethics bowls. Next, Ms. Way spoke about the philosophy program at Bethpage H.S. and introduced the members of the ethics bowl teams that had just competed in a bowl the day before. The students discussed their experiences competing, what they like about it, what they have learned from it, and the types of cases that they have debated. The discussion was followed by a lively question and answer period and a meet and greet over pizza and salad.