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PSU Speech and Debate Society defeats Pitt, shines in tournaments

The Penn State Speech and Debate Society has enjoyed great success of late, defeating the University of Pittsburgh in the Centennial Debate—an event marking the 100th anniversary of the first debate between the two universities.

They also recently competed in the Lafayette Debates tournament in Washington D.C., and the Madison Cup in Harrisonburg, VA. They made it all the way to the Sweet 16 of the Lafayette Debates tournament before losing to the top seed, and took ninth place at the Madison Cup.

We applaud the Speech and Debate Society for continuing the tradition of debate competition at Penn State!

You can read more about their victory in the Centennial Debate over Pitt here: http://news.psu.edu/story/354265/2015/04/22/penn-state-defeats-pitt-centennial-debate

You can read more about their efforts at the Lafayette Debates tournament and the Madison Cup here: http://news.psu.edu/story/354274/2015/04/22/student-success/debate-society-successful-prestigious-tournaments