The Student Bioethics Forum is an undergraduate organization at Princeton University dedicated to exploring the compelling bioethical issues of our era. We envision a collaborative dialogue that brings together undergraduates, faculty, and professionals to examine the effects of science, technology, philosophy and policy on society and the human experience. We seek to foster this dialogue through events such as dinner discussions, lectures, and conferences. In particular, we aim to create a space for the expression of undergraduate thought and research in an area often dominated by academics and professionals. In this way, we may begin to explore our responsibilities as scholars, scientists, and citizens to ensure that modern biomedical technologies continue to serve varied conceptions of the human good.