IAS News

IAS students win in online debate tournament

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Six IAS students on the UW Bothell Debate Team placed in an online tournament on March 4th. There were debaters from 4 schools from as far away as Montana and Idaho. The tournament is held fully online so judges and debaters can be at great distances. IAS students competed in two divisions, Open and Novice (little to no college experience in debate). Three of the top four debaters in the Novice division were from IAS.

Congratulations to our students and the Speech and Debate Society:

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Denise Vaughan interviewed by KING5 on vice presidential debate

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IAS faculty member Denice Vaughan was interviewed by Seattle’s KING5 for a segment titled “What to expect in Tuesday's VP Debate.” “I think it's going to be a little boring, and in a good way,” said Vaughan in the segment that aired last night. “They cannot mess up. They need to do well, and that’s the only bar. So, if they do exceptionally well, whatever…but if they do poorly, it could be awful.”

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Denise Vaughn has been named to the Editorial Board of the National Parliamentary Debate Association Journal

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IAS faculty member and UW Bothell Director of Debate Denise Vaughn has been named to the Editorial Board of the National Parliamentary Debate Association Journal.  The journal is dedicated to ...

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Denise Vaughan wins Presidents Award in Parliamentary Debate

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IAS faculty member and UW Bothell Director of Speech and Debate Denise Vaughan was presented with a Presidents Award in Parliamentary Debate at the Northwest Forensics Conference. The Presidents Award is given to...

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