Dare to Debate: Nandita flies to Harvard

On 22 March, we arrived in Boston to take part in the Harvard World School debate. The world school debate also known as WSDC is a form of formal debate in which people take part from all over the world. In this particular tournament ever over 115 teams took part.

Teams were made up of people from all age groups, ranging from 14-18, and most of the participants were 17/18. There were 2 teams from India, only 8 people, I was the only one from Mumbai. We debated 6 rounds out of which we won half against national teams.

It was an amazing experience to go against teams like the national team of Denmark, Ireland, and Canada. We learned some harsh truths about the judgment calls made but I made some amazing memories and friends there. It was overall one of the best experiences I’ve ever had.
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