The Georgia Debate Union would like to extend a huge farewell and thank you to our graduating seniors. Amy Feinberg, Cara Venezia, Maggie Davis, and Rayan Momenah have all contributed in various, important ways to the Georgia debate team and UGA at large and we are excited to see each of you succeed in your future endeavors.
The Georgia Debate Union would also like to extend a special shout-out and thank you to Shyam Shanker - an amazing representative of UGA, a talented researcher, and a strategic debate mind. We know you'll excel as you start law lchool at NYU in the fall.
The early application discount for the 2015 Georgia Debate Institutes has been extended until May 15.
Pay your deposit ($250 for public forum, $500 for policy) by May 15 and enjoy a $100 discount of the tuition price of the camp!
We hope to see many of you in beautiful Athens, Georgia this summer. Email email@example.com if you have any questions about the camp.
The University of Georgia Debate Union recently placed 2nd in the Crowe-Warken intercollegiate debate tournament, held annually at the United States Naval Academy. The Crowe-Warken debates featured 100 individual debate teams from across the East Coast and Midwest, including teams from Boston College, Northwestern University, Georgetown University, Vanderbilt University, the University of Florida, the University of Minnesota, and both the US Military Academy and the US Naval Academy.
The team of Amy Feinberg (senior, Canton, GA) and Tucker Boyce (sophomore, Alpharetta, GA) earned the top seed after preliminary rounds at the tournament.
Friends and Colleagues,
The University of Georgia Debate Union is pleased to invite you to the Sixteenth Annual Bulldog Debates that will be held in Athens, Georgia, on February 27th through March 1st, 2015. We wish to make this year’s Bulldog Debates an enjoyable and educational experience. Last year, our tournament drew 100 teams from the Southeast. We are a TOC Qualifier in policy debate at the Semi-Final level.
The team of Amy Feinberg (Canton, GA; public relations and international affairs) and Tucker Boyce (Alpharetta, GA; economics) recently won the Liberty University debate tournament in Lynchburg, Virginia.
They defeated teams from Florida, West Georgia, Wake Forest, and Georgetown on their way to the championship.