An Evening with Forensics: A Showcase

The 2015 WKU Forensics Showcase is right around the corner. This evening will feature 8 electrifying performances from the #1 speakers in the country. You have heard of forensics, now is your chance to see the team in action days before we leave for the national tournament! Over the last decade, the WKU Forensics team has been the most dominant team in the nation, winning the national championship nine times since 2003.  We remain the only team in the country ever to win the American Forensic Association national championship, the National Forensic Association national championship, the National Forensic Association debate national championship, and the International Forensic Association world championship in the same year, a feat WKU has accomplished six times.

We will have card readers on hand for any professors who want to give extra credit for student attendance.  Come watch members of the team give their final public performances before heading to this year’s national tournament.  This promises to be an unforgettable evening!

Now is your chance to see the best speech and debate team on the planet right here on The Hill!

An Evening with Forensics:
A Showcase

Saturday, March 21 (6:30 PM) in the DSU Auditorium
Free and open to the public with one canned good

WKU Forensics Showcase of Talent

Come see the most dominant speech and debate team in the nation in action!  Students
will be giving demonstrations of speech, debate, and
dramatic interpretation of literature events.

SWIPE-ABLE EVENT

For more information, contact Ganer Newman: ganer.newman@wku.edu.

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