UMO Students to Compete in Annual NCICU Ethics Bowl 

UMO Students to Compete in Annual NCICU Ethics Bowl 

January 31, 2023 

Director: Rhonda Jessup, Director of Public Relations 

Macy Parkhurst, Student Intern 

 MOUNT OLIVE – Five students from the University of Mount Olive will participate in the 2023 North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU) Ethics Bowl. The competition will take place February 10-11 at the North Carolina Legislative building in Raleigh, NC.  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 Company, is composed of the following members: Kate Carter, Joshua Hernandez, Eric Holland, Loren Marin, and Will Worley. 

Kate Carter is a freshman business finance major from Laurinburg; Joshua Hernandez is a freshman accounting major from Goldsboro; Eric Holland is a senior computer information systems major from Seven Springs; Loren Narvaez Marin is a sophomore business management major from Coates; and Will Worley is a sophomore accounting major from Princeton. 

The University of Mount Olive is a private institution rooted in the liberal arts tradition with defining Christian values. The University is sponsored by the Convention of Original Free Will Baptists. For more information, visit 

Pictured L-R: Executive Chairman at Mount Olive Pickle Company, Inc. Bill Bryan, Eric Holland, Loren Marin, Kate Carter, Joshua Hernandez, and Will Worley