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.
After a nearly two week voting period in which science research students showcased their websites and amassed public votes from their peers, Distefano received enough votes to win the People’s Choice Award, which includes a $250 cash prize and Sigma Xi recognition.
As the next stops of the unity tour near, the tour’s effects are certainly being felt within Democratic circles in Miami.
Ms. Estevez, other teachers and students are bringing fundraising to Heritage to reach the $2.5 million goal.
Should guns be allowed on college campuses? Should free secondary education be available to everyone living in the United States? These questions and more were examined Tuesday, April 4 by seven upper school speech contest finalists.
Korolevskaia’s 35-piece portfolio, however, stood out from the rest.
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.