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    Three Students Medal at Forensics Tournaments

    Three University of Scranton students won medals at two competitive, collegiate forensic tournaments, which took place in the February. From left are: Kyra Krzywicki, Caitlin Connallon and Sarah Hazelrigg.
    February 21, 2020

    Three University of Scranton students won medals at the Pennsylvania Forensic Association Championship Tournament and the Wilkes University Harold Cox Invitational Forensics Tournament. Both tournaments took place at Wilkes University in February. The students competed as part of The University of Scranton Speech and Debate Team, a co-curricular student organization.

    Caitlin Connallon, a first-year communication major from Cranston, Rhode Island, was awarded the second-place medal for Program of Interpretation at the Pennsylvania Forensic Association Championship Tournament. She also won a sixth-place Sweepstakes Award at the Harold Cox Invitational Forensics Tournament.

    Kyra Krzywicki, a first-year journalism – electronic media major from Kingston, won the second-place medal for After Dinner Speaking at the Harold Cox Invitational Forensics Tournament.

    Sarah Hazelrigg, a first-year advertising – public relations major from West Long Branch, New Jersey, won the third-place medal for After Dinner Speaking at the Harold Cox Invitational Forensics Tournament.

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