Whitworth Forensics finishes ’16-’17 season in third


The Whitworth University Forensics team closed its season at the International Public Debate Association National Tournament at Arkansas Tech, in Russellville, Arkansas on March 25-27, 2017. In the yearlong sweepstakes for points earned all season, Whitworth took third place out of more than 136 schools across the nation. Whitworth finished…

Follow the 2017 Media Impact tour on Twitter!


A group of Communication Studies students, along with Associate Professor Kevin Grieves, are visiting New York City and Washington D.C. to explore two of the U.S.'s most exciting communications environments. Follow their Twitter adventures here. #WUMediaImpact2017 Tweets

Media Impact group set to depart for New York, DC


Ten Whitworth students have their bags packed for the 2017 Media Impact in the U.S. trip this month. The group will spend time first in New York City, then travel to Washington, D.C. Students will meet leaders in media-related organizations, and they will have the opportunity to learn about current…

Forensics places fifth at Linfield


The Whitworth University Forensics team did well at the Linfield College tournament in McMinnville, Oregon.  James Eccles ’17 and Lacey Sherman ’18 closed out the final round of debate to lead the way. The team brought home 10 speech awards and 12 debate awards.  The Arguing Bucs took fifth place…

“Philosoraptors” win Northwest Regional Ethics Bowl


Whitworth’s Ethics Bowl team, the Philosoraptors, won at the Northwest Regional Ethics Bowl on Saturday, November 12 at Pacific Lutheran University.  The team took first place among 10 universities from three states.  Whitworth defeated the University of Portland, Seattle Pacific University and Pacific Lutheran University in the preliminary rounds, Washington…

Whitworth Forensics wins the East Texas Baptist University tournament


The Whitworth University forensics team won the top sweepstakes award at the East Texas Baptist University tournament in Marshall, TX this past weekend.  The Arguing Bucs defeated 14 other schools, including national rivals University of Arkansas-Monticello, Louisiana State University-Shreveport, Stephen F. Austin University and Southern Methodist University. In the varsity…
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