NSD staff members Carlton Bone and Marshall Thompson discuss the 2014 September-October resolution: “A just society ought to presume consent for organ procurement from the deceased.” Click through for the video.
Registration for the Capitol Beltway Fall Classic is now open on tabroom.com. Capitol Classic Debate and the Walt Whitman High School Speech & Debate team cordially invite you to the Capitol Beltway Fall Classic at Walt Whitman. This year’s tournament will … Continued
Faculty members from NSD 2014 are available for hire as coaches for the forthcoming season. Please contact us at email@example.com if you would like to be put in touch with them. Students who attended NSD 2014 should have received … Continued
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The National Speech and Debate Association has announced the September-October LD debate topic. It is: Resolved: A just society ought to presume consent for organ procurement from the deceased. Bear in mind, however, that in many states, the NSDA’s introductory novice … Continued