The Great Debate

The Great Debate, co-sponsored by The Learning Centre and Jewish Studies, was held on Wednesday, April 5th. Kyle Gervais placed first and Robert Dilonardo, second, in the first debate: "Be it resolved that there be special schools for bright students." Harminder Kaur-Singh placed first and Lenny Karp-Friedman, second, in the second debate: "Be it resolved that Joerg Haider be invited to speak at Vanier's Holocaust Symposium." Congratulations to our winners and a big thank you to all our participants for making this contest an enormous success!

Ugonna Wosu (left) presents her arguments

Topic Two first place winner Harminder Kaur-Singh (left)
and Topic One winner Kyle Gervais (right)

Lenny Karp-Friedman (left) receives his award from Neil Caplan

Event organizers Renee Karp, Neil Caplan, Marcia Goldberg,
Joanne Ellis, Judy Macdonald. Doug Miller and Marilyn Caplan

Judges Joe Figueredo, Ron Curtis and Paul Hedlin

Michael Pollan (far right) who is from Vienna, spoke
about the current situation in Austria at the final debate