(Left to Right): Vince Richmond, Alondra Carranco, Kattye Soares, and Arnaud Lukombo
Shrewd persuasiveness, incisive interpretation, and keen critical thinking helped California State University, Dominguez Hills’ (CSUDH) Toro Forensics Team achieve two top honors during the 2016 Pacific Southwest Collegiate Forensics Association Cool-Off Tournament on April 23-24 at Saddleback College.
More than 150 students from 25 colleges across California and Arizona competed in the conference, including such regional campuses as CSU Long Beach, CSU Northridge, and Biola University.
“The Saddleback College Forensics tournament is one of many over the last decade where our Toros have earned top public speaking and acting awards,” said Donis Leonard, professor of theatre and speech, and director of the Toro Forensics Team. “Our team achievement at this tournament demonstrates once again that we have some of brightest and most gifted students anywhere in the state of California. I couldn’t be more proud of this hard working and talented group!”