Debate encourages students to engage issues, each other


On November 5, students from the Conservative, Liberal, and Libertarian Caucuses of Informed Ignatians gathered after school in the Atrium to argue their positions on five key issues. This debate was held on the eve of the general election and offered the caucus members a chance to give their opinions to a room full of family, classmates, and teachers.

This event marked the first formal debate in two years between the school’s political clubs and was the first ever debate of the newly formed Informed Ignatians. This coalition was created earlier this school year with the purpose of consolidating all of the politically affiliated extra-curriculars under one \”umbrella club.”