March 10, 2011
by Betsy Chapman
Wake Forest is one of six schools to qualify three teams to the National Debate Tournament, which will be held later this month in Dallas.
Juniors Michael Carlotti and Andrew McCarty led the way by finishing third at the district tournament on Feb. 27 at Emory University in Atlanta. Sophomores Ian Miller and Ken Bailey qualified by finishing fifth.
Wake Forest has a strong national record for debate, having placed in the top three in the country four of the last five years, including a national championship in 2008.
Congratulations to all our Deac Debaters and we wish you luck at the National Debate Tournament! Read the full story here.
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