Christopher '21, Laura '22, Lucas '21, Luke '23, Mayowa, '21, Morayo '21, Nicholas '20, and Wiley '21 traveled to their first match of the year.
By Bill Wilson, Debate Team Faculty Advisor
Our debaters had some great rounds last weekend at the National Season Opener at the University of Kentucky.
Nicholas Clancy '20 and Mayowa Kassim '21 just missed the elimination bracket after wins over Mamaroneck High School of New York, Wylie E. Groves High School of Michigan, and Cambridge High School of Georgia. Their losses came to Chattahoochee High School of Georgia, a team from defending national champion North Broward Prep of Florida, and a strong team from Taipei, Taiwan.
Christopher Cheek '21 and Luke Kim '23 also finished 3-3, while Morayo Kassim '21 and Laura Harris '22, and Wiley Barzelay '21 and Lucas Heckers '21 both finished with 2-4 records.
What started as a Girl Scouts project has expanded into a global network focused on mobilizing and equipping girls and young women with the tools needed to dismantle patriarchal systems and demand equity.
This election season is a time for the entire family to be civically engaged. Director Vince Durnan shared the following letter with the USN community on Thursday, October 29, offering five tips to control what we can — our response.
The 2020 Tennessee K-12 State Championship, delayed from the spring, was held during Fall Break with Matthew Golann '29 and Kunaal Saggi '21 placing second and third, respectively, in their divisions. After faring well in online qualifiers this season, they advance to the Nashville City Championship. And the K-9 Junior High Team also won the first two team events of the school year.