The first round of The Big Q focuses on nine dilemmas any college student may face:
Your floormate puts up a poster that you find offensive.
You want to end a "friends with benefits" relationship but wind up in bed anyway.
You have been invited to a "Fresh Off the Boat" theme party.
Your roommate has stopped eating and you worry that she is anorexic.
Your friend offers you some of his prescription Adderall to help you study.
One member of your group project is not doing his share of the work.
You've failed a paper for unintended plagiarism, and your dad wants to call the teacher.
Your friend has passed out from drinking. Should you call the EMTs?
Your first job offer is from a company you're not excited about working for.
These stories were among the 130 narratives collected from undergraduates across the country by students working for the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University.
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