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NNU forensics team places high in debate competition

February 8, 2012, 7:09 pm
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NNU’s forensics team returned with trophies from the Pacific University tournament held January 27&28 in Forest Grove, Ore. The team competed against 24 other colleges and universities from Idaho, Ore., Wash., Mont. and Calif.

April Kerbyson (Mountain Home, Ida.) placed first in novice informative speaking and second in novice prose interpretation. Betsy Hillman (Yakima, Wash.) placed second in junior dramatic interpretation. Jessica Rogers (Coram, Mont.) placed third in junior prose interpretation. Heather White (Hillsboro, Ore.) placed seventh in senior informative speaking and ninth in senior extemporaneous speaking.

The team’s next tournament is Pi Kappa Delta National Forensics Honorary Regional Tournament at Spokane Falls Community College, March 2-4. For more information, contact the Director of Forensics and Assistant Professor of Communications Brooke Adamson at MBAdamson@nnu.edu or 467-8255.


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