This past week, TCNJ Debate attended the Rutgers American Parliamentary Debate Association tournament on Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9.
Two teams were sent to participate in the APDA tournament. Zach Ellis and Aparna Yarram were on one team and Zach Myshkoff and Jared Meltzer on the other.
“Although none of our teams ‘broke’ we still had a great experience and improved our argumentation skills and had an interesting and informative debates,” said sophomore political science major Zach Myshkoff.
TCNJ Debate competed with top teams from schools like Yale, Princeton and Johns Hopkins.
“Topics that faced included aid to North Korea, the role of the media in disseminating information that gives US soldiers a bad image, and whether it would preferable to live in an anarcho-capitalist or anarcho communist society,” Myshkoff said.
TCNJ Debate meets every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Social Sciences Building Atrium. They will also be attending another tournament at Boston University this weekend.