Congratulations to St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s Ishan Bhatt for winning the 2019 Tournament of Champions. In finals, Ishan defeated Harvard-Westlake’s Jaya Nayar on a 2-1 decision (Gorthey, Murphy, Castillo*). Congratulations to Ishan for also being top speaker. Full results and pairings can be found here.
The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Victory Briefs. Jake Nebel is an executive director at Victory Briefs and (starting fall 2019) assistant professor of philosophy at USC. He recently completed his PhD in philosophy at NYU. 1 Introduction Suppose you’re […]
Congratulations to Lexington’s Evan Li and Edgemont’s Riya Ganpati for co-championing the 2019 Harrison Round Robin. Full results and pairings can be found here.
Congratulations to Harvard-Westlake’s Vishan Chaudhary and Jaya Nayar for closing out the 2019 NDCA Tournament. Congratulations to Vishan for also being top speaker. Full results and pairings can be found here.
Congratulations to Walt Whitman’s Benjamin Waldman and Hunter’s Michael Ning for closing out the 2019 11th University of Pennsylvania Lincoln Douglas Round Robin. Full results and pairings can be found here.
The 2019 National Catholic Forensic League Grand National Tournament Lincoln-Douglas Debate topic is, Resolved: Developed nations have a moral obligation to admit people fleeing oppression. http://www.ncfl.org/NCFLnew/pages/ncfl.html
In an interview with the Associated Press on March 17th 2017, Sebastian Kurz, the Chancellor of Austria, argued that the European Union needs to change course. According to Kurz “the most important is the focus on the big questions and a European Union that steps back on the small questions.” When we here at Victory […]
The University of Kentucky has released the initial list of at large acceptances to the 2019 TOC. Congratulations to the accepted debaters and their teams! LD 2019 At Larges Dougherty Valley—Amanda Yang Harker—Akshay Manglik Interlake—Megan Wu KAPS—Ben Thomas Loyola—John Choi Northwood—Karthik Krishnan Pennsbury—Carolyn Zou Pinnacle—Kristen Arnold Scarsdale—Sanjana Bhatnagar Strake Jesuit—Vincent Liu Gold PF 2019 At […]
The 2019 April Public Forum Debate Topic is Resolved: The United Nations should grant India permanent membership on the Security Council. Topics
Congratulations to Cambridge Rindge and Latin School’s Andrew Garber for winning the 45th Harvard National Forensics Tournament. In finals, Andrew defeated St. Andrew’s Ishan Bhatt on a 2-1 decision (Kukreja*, Ryan, Singh). Congratulations to Valley’s Animesh Joshi for being top speaker. Full results and pairings can be found here.