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De-worm Debate

Carleton’s in Missouri! Six of us spent our Friday afternoon/evening driving down to Columbia, where Mizzou is. Google Maps did not have its best performance, locating a fake Chipotle and leading the car down county roads that felt a bit … Continue reading

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Resolved: THBT it is the case that the US should value something

I’ll have more details on round four in a post tomorrow, but good news – both teams broke! Bad news is that means rounds at 8 tomorrow morning, but into every life a little rain must fall.

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Small Business Saturday? More like, Big State Saturday (Gottem)

Round 1: This House believes that no matter who wins the presidential election, America loses. Ben/Josh were opp, and took advantage of the apparent structural advantage of the topic to stump for Hillary (not the most convenient day for that, … Continue reading

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In Which Dan Discovers That Small Towns Exist

It’s almost halloween again, which means that it’s time for the Vocal Viking! Ben, Josh, Dan, Jonah, and Weijia have successfully schlepped to Mankato, MN. The drive playlist consisted of a mix of “white girl music and Hamilton songs”, which … Continue reading

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First Half

We just finished the first half of the McKendree tournament. A more detailed post will be forthcoming, but the short story is that Ani/Dan and Josh/Thomas both went 3-2 and advanced to outrounds, while Amanda/Jordan finished 2-3. This was after … Continue reading

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McSomething University, Day One

The Carleton Forensics Society is at their first tournament of the season at McKendree University in beautiful Lebanon, IL. A.k.a. McSomething University, which is what Dan called it when asking Google for directions while we were pulling out of Taco Bell. The … Continue reading

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This House would stump the Trump

Looks like we never posted that final update for the state tournament. Whoops. Round 3: Assuming the constitutional amendment could pass, THBT Supreme Court justices should have term limits. Once again all Carleton teams were the same side (opp). Ben/Josh … Continue reading

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