Are allegations of voter fraud a distraction, a danger or a cause for investigation?
Students discuss what the parties can learn from the election result.
Students debate the meaning of election participation in a democracy.
Students debate the presidential election: Donald Trump vs. Joe Biden.
Students debate whether Democrats should expand the bench if they win on Nov. 3.
Students debate whether the president has a path to re-election.
Students discuss which attacks land and which ones flop.
Students discuss the big picture of the U.S. presidential election.
Students debate the responsibility of Big Business to stand up to China.
Students discuss if a remote education is worth the high price of tuition.
Students discuss what the violence raging in many U.S. cities will mean for the 2020 election and beyond.
Students debate the best message for the Republican presidential campaign.
Students discuss how their schools’ plans have fared after first contact with the obstacles.
Students discuss the ways in which internet technology has shaped our experience.
Students discuss what the movement stands for and what effect it has had on the country.
Students find the holes in universities’ plans to reopen.
As budgets tighten, students debate cutting athletics programs.
Students debate privacy concerns surrounding the Chinese video-sharing service.
Students debate the merits of the latest export from the universities.
Students discuss how police misconduct, the disruptions of Covid-19 and the chance to stay home have changed their plans for the future.