UGA's Franklin College of Arts and Sciences has produced a great story about the Georgia Debate Union's successful fall semester and the team's ultimate goals for the spring!
UGA's Franklin College of Arts and Sciences has recognized the success of the Georgia Debate Union in 2018 - read about it here (along with the other successes at UGA): https://www.franklin.uga.edu/news/stories/2018/year-franklin
Gotta love the great press from the local paper!
As of this week, UGA is ranked first in all three college debate organizational rankings - the American Debate Association, the Cross-Examination Debate Association, and the National Debate tournament - ahead of Harvard, Wake Forest, Emory, Michigan, Northwestern, among hundreds of other institutions.
You can read more about the debate team's fantastic start to the year here: http://franklin.uga.edu/news/stories/2018/georgia-debate-union-ranked-number-1
The University of Georgia will be debating at the 2018 Kentucky Round Robin: http://www.franklin.uga.edu/chronicles/posts/debate-team-begin-season-run-roses
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The teams of Advait Ramanan/Swapnil Agrawal and Nathan Rice/Johnnie Stupek both earned first round "at large" bids to the 72nd National Debate Tournament recently held at Wichita State University.
The first round voting was recently released and both teams finished in the top 14 teams in the country. It is the first time in the history of the Georgia Debate Union that two UGA teams have earned first round bids in the same year.