On November 26th Medical Ethics joined with Stern College Dramatics Society to open up an open discussion on physician-assisted suicide. Two students from SCDS, Elka Weisenberg and Chezky Friedman, performed scenes in order to help the audience¬†visualize the situations at hand while Rabbi Saul Berman and Rabbi Benny Rofeh led a guided discussion with the help of civil and halachic law. The event was not only engaging but insightful as people felt comfortable to state their own views or question the blurry lines of the topic at hand. The topic itself is complicated because as we all agree across the board that direct aid, such as ‘pulling the plug’ for example, would be considered murder according to the Torah, can one indirectly help?