2012 Cabin Fever Debates: Round One

2012-02-07 by

Launched in 2006, the intramural debate tournament at UAA, called Cabin Fever Debates, is a February tradition. In round one, two teams for the proposition and two teams for the opposition interrogated the motion: States should require drug testing for all recipients of welfare.

TEAMS:
Opening Proposition: (Forget Me Not) Rosangelica Cuautli & Carolyn Layne
Opening Opposition: (Snap Judgment) Emily Kroeker & AJ Robinson (WINNER)
Closing Proposition: (CougNation) Nathanael Jenkins & Paloma Field
Closing Opposition: (Mikey & The Brain) Michael James & Jade Devens

This podcast was recorded Feb. 7, 2012.



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