TCU Forensics wins debate, individual events sweepstakes in El Paso

TCU Forensics had a successful trip to the 2016 Sun Carnival Swing co-hosted by El Paso Community College and Arizona State University in El Paso, Texas. The team won first place in debate team sweepstakes, individual event sweepstakes for both days of the swing, and the overall team championship. Full results are listed below. 2016… Read more »

Big wins for TCU Forensics at Southern Miss

TCU Forensics had a successful trip to the 2016 Hub City Swing co-hosted by the University of Southern Mississippi and William Carey University in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. The team won first place combined speech and debate sweepstakes and first place in debate team sweepstakes. This is the second year in a row that TCU Forensics has won… Read more »

TCU Forensics welcomes new members from Class of 2020

TCU Forensics is excited to announce the addition of seven new members to the team, all of which represent the TCU Class of 2020. Wayne Brown is an Accounting and Mathematics double major from Nolanville, Texas. Espérance Bwenyi is a Political Science–International Relations major from Arlington, Texas. Veronika Bondarenko is a Political Science–International Relations major from Miami, Florida…. Read more »

New Posters Available!

New TCU Forensics schedule posters are ready!  We will be distributing them throughout the TCU and Fort Worth communities soon.  If you would like a copy for your office or business, please email! We can deliver anywhere in Fort Worth, or mail them out of town.

TCU Forensics wins Pi Kappa Delta national debate title

TCU Forensics had an impressive showing at the 2016 Pi Kappa Delta National Comprehensive Tournament held at the University of Kentucky. 87 schools competed at the tournament which hosts competitive events in three genres of competition: limited preparation speaking, public address and oral interpretation. Eight members of the TCU team garnered several awards. Team President… Read more »

TCU vs. Japanese Debaters

East meets West in an upcoming debate hosted by the TCU Forensics Team. The team is excited to welcome Masaya Sasaki and Naruhiko Nakano, national champion debaters from Japan. In a two-on-two parliamentary- style debate, members of the TCU team will face-off against the Japanese debaters on a resolution of global energy policy. The event… Read more »

Forensics Success in Oklahoma

The TCU Forensics team has had the best beginning to a season in its history this year. The team has competed in four tournaments this fall to date, and has been awarded a top- three team sweepstakes award at all four — three of them first place. Last weekend, the team placed first in debate and first… Read more »

To Carry or Not to Carry?

Members of the TCU Forensics team are playing an important role in the ongoing campus carry discussions at TCU. TCU, along with other private universities in Texas, must make the decision to opt in or out of new legislation that would allow CHL holders to carry weapons on campus. On Thursday, Sept. 10, hundreds of… Read more »

TCU vs. The Wiley College Great Debaters March 18

TCU Forensics invites you to attend a public debate between TCU and the Great Debaters of Wiley College. This debate commemorates the 80th anniversary of the first interracial debate on a southern US college campus when Wiley debated at TCU in 1935.  The debate will be held at the TCU Library Reading Room, Wednesday, March… Read more »

TCU debates Wiley College

TCU Debaters engaged in a public debate at Wiley College on January 23, the first time these two teams have met in debate since 1935.  This public exhibition debate, part of Wiley’s Ethical Student Leadership Conference, represents the first in a series of two commemorative debates to mark the 80th anniversary of Wiley’s debate at… Read more »

TCU places second at Cameron University

TCU Forensics placed second in team sweepstakes at the Cameron Christmas Swing this past weekend at Cameron University. The Frogs took a squad of six to Lawton, Okla. for the annual swing. Part one of the swing proved successful for the Frogs, with Kelsey Fahler earning first place in pentathlon.  This award is an overall performance… Read more »

TCU takes first place at the Golden Eagle Swing

TCU Forensics attended the 5th annual Golden Eagle swing this past weekend at John Brown University. The Frogs took fourteen competitors to Siloam Springs, Ark. The Frogs were tournament champions for the overall swing, which included debate and both days of the swing. They also won third for both days of the swing in individual… Read more »