The Extemp Rule Change Won't Work. What Will?

Sasha Morel | 11/29/23

"Bad prep misinforms people. Disinformation hurts people. It’s time that as a community we step up to fight poor sourcing, one extemp speech at a time."

United We Stand, Divided We Fall: The Small State Conundrum

Brandon Anderson | 11/22/23

"When we are divided in our pursuit to gatekeep resources from one another, small states fall off the map. However, when small states and districts are united together to foster improvement, we forge the path to stand on the final stage."

The Debater's Debt

AmandaLesly Miranda | 11/15/23

"It's not that we owe something to someone, or that we are owed a win or gavel, but it's the debt that we face for success."

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