Forensics to Host Student Interest Meeting Aug. 27


The Truman Forensic Union will host a meeting for all students interested in learning more about the school’s national award-winning speech and debate program. The Truman Forensic union is a co-curricular program in the Communication Department featuring intercollegiate competition in both speech and debate events. Students involved in Truman Forensics get to engage in competition with other students from around the nation and develop their critical thinking and communication skills. The team has a long history of success and most recently earned 14 state championships and third place in the nation in Lincoln-Douglas debate.
Any students interested in learning more about the program can attend the information meeting at 6 p.m. Aug. 27 in Barnett Hall 1212. Those unable to attend but would still like to learn more can contact director of forensics Chris Outzen or assistant director of forensics Craig Hennigan for more information.
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