Topics ranged from policies reprioritizing aid to Colombia to renegotiating international defense agreements, and students spent weeks preparing individually and as a group before the tournament.
Sophomore Chase Freeman was the only one to qualify for the National Catholic Forensics League (NCFL) Grand Finals, which will take place in Louisville, Ky. in May.
The competitions, one at Harvard University and the other at UC Berkeley, took place simultaneously from Feb. 18 to Feb. 20.
True to form, Fukunaga creates a visual and auditory masterpiece, drawing viewers into Agu’s nightmarish, but realistic, world of pain and loss.
The Electoral College has lasted for over 200 years, and in that time, it has consistently failed to represent the people.
Although Obama’s tenure has been one of the most politically divisive in recent years, the positive impact he has had on race and society in America cannot be ignored.
The key to understanding the Syrian civil war is understanding the motives behind each of the major players involved.
Despite a $178 million budget and striking visuals, “X-Men: Apocalypse” fails to distinguish itself from the multitude of superhero films recently filling theaters.
Students from over 600 schools gathered in St. Louis, Mo. last week to pit the best robotics teams from around the world against each other in a four-day tournament full of excitement and anticipation.
With a tight victory against our own B team in the final round, the Science Bowl A team won first place at the regional tournament while the B team came in a close second.