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    Student Wins Speech Award at Collegiate Tournament

    University of Scranton student Kyra Krzywicki won a fifth-place medal for After Dinner Speaking at the Southern-Northern Atlantic Forensics Union Tournament, which was held at Cornell University.
    March 18, 2020

    Kyra Krzywicki, Kingston, a first-year journalism – electronic media major at The University of Scranton, won a fifth-place medal for After Dinner Speaking at the Southern-Northern Atlantic Forensics Union Tournament, which was held at Cornell University in February.

    Earlier in February, Krzywicki won the second-place medal for After Dinner Speaking at the Harold Cox Invitational Forensics Tournament, which was held at Wilkes University.

    Krzywicki and other Scranton students are competing as part of the University’s Speech and Debate Team, a co-curricular student organization.

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