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Virtual Event: Live classroom debate: Should artists be funded until commercially successful?

  • 11/03/2021
  • 7:30 PM - 8:45 PM
  • Virtual Event (Details provided to Registrants)

Cornell ILR School and Cornell Speech and Debate invite you to virtually attend class! Join us for a student debate live from campus and get a peek into the classroom. The debate topic will explore financial support of artists until they become commercially successful. Cornell student debaters will take on both sides of the issue. Moderated by Sam Nelson, Director, Speech & Debate at Cornell ILR school.

join other Cornellians and hear Cornell student debaters advance civil discourse and preserve over 150 years of Cornell debate tradition. Hosted by Cornell ILR School and the Northeast Corridor Office of Alumni Affairs and Development.

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Debaters (Pictured left to right):

  • Gaveal Fan, Arts and Sciences '25
  • Bryan Yoon Hur, Cornell ILR School '24
  • Meg Kandarpa, Cornell ILR School '23
  • Eli Pallrand, Arts and Sciences '24

A cross-college faculty panel will decide the debate winner.

Debate questions? Contact Sam Nelson, Director of Cornell's Speech and Debate Team

Event and registration questions? Contact Erika Axe



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