Wednesday, June 23, 2010
EMU Forensics at Flint Powers High School
Yes, EMU Forensics has returned to high school! A team of five EMU coaches and students are leading a four-day institute at Flint Powers High School. Twenty-six students from eight different high schools are learning skills to make them more competitive on the high school forensic tournament circuit for the next school year. They will wrap up the "day camp" tomorrow, Thursday June 24, with a special guest lecture by EMU Forensics director Ray Quiel and individual performances by the participating students — their "best two minutes."