Dean’s Discretionary Fund Earmarked for Student Travel

Sanjin Alisic wasn’t even sure he wanted to attend.

The 2007 SIGGRAPH International Conference and Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Technologies was across the country in San Diego, Calif. — an expensive plane ticket for an experience Alisic wasn’t sure would be worth it.

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Forensics and Debate Competition Converges on Webster

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Cancun … Panama City … Webster University?

In conjuring up a list of spring break hot spots, the home of the Gorloks may not be the first that pops into mind. Not so for the more than 600 college students from around the country that converged on Webster’s main campus March 16–20.

Representatives from 70 colleges and universities spent their spring break at the 45th Pi Kappa Delta Biennial National Convention and Tournament, a five-day forensics and debate program associated with the nation’s oldest forensics honor society.

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