Pippa Friedman ’15 has been accepted into the 7th annual Undergraduate Ethics Symposium at the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics at DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind. It is her second year in a row as a participant at Prindle. This year’s symposium, “Virtue and Victory: Ethical Challenges in Competitive Life,” will be held from April 10 through 12 and will host 30 students from across the country who will attend lectures and share their ethics-related work with faculty scholars and their peers.
“I am thrilled and grateful to have been accepted to the Prindle Undergraduate Ethics conference for a second year running,” Friedman says. “I am interested to hear the other students present their work and to have an opportunity to discuss my own paper. My professors have been immensely supportive of me through the application process and I can’t thank them enough.”
At St. Mary’s College, Friedman is double-majoring in history and philosophy. She is a Nitze Scholar and member of the Ethics Bowl team, and was inducted into the history department’s honor society, Phi Alpha Theta, on Feb. 28.