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By Caroline Sprague on March 8, 2010

One of the best parts of working in admission at Colgate is getting to witness our students’ many accomplishments and events. Last week I judged Colgate’s annual Lewis Public Speaking Competition, held by the Student Lecture Forum. Each student was asked to give a five to seven minute speech on the one-word prompt “censored.” I was impressed by all of the contestants and the many directions in which they took the topic. Here is a picture of one of our admission greeters, Max Brody ’13, giving his speech. To find out more about the public speaking organizations at Colgate visit the Colgate Speaking Union page.

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