Articles tagged with "speech"
From MLK to JFK, finalists reprise famous speeches
“Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall.”
Top speakers awarded at COM
Four College of the Mainland students presented passionate speeches on topics from equality to the need to protect endangered black spider monkeys at the college’s first QEP Speech Contest last week.
Civil rights, Holocaust memorial speeches win in contest
Cries for freedom, equality and justice rang out during College of the Mainland’s annual Words That Changed History Student Speech Contest.
COM student named top speaker at debate tournament
Debating the virtues of apple vs. cherry pie and whether Congress should enact a law making voting mandatory, College of the Mainland student Aaron Maxwell triumphed as the top speaker at a recent debate tournament at Lee College.
Optimist club names COM students winners of speech competition
Sharing stories of difficulties overcome, two College of the Mainland Collegiate High School students won first place in the Optimist International Oratorical Contest – Galveston.
Words That Changed History Contest honors finalists
Four students championed equality - of genders, races and sexes - during College of the Mainland's second annual Words That Changed History Contest.
Puppy love inspires winning speech
The day is etched in Felicia’s Poteet’s memory.
Top students awarded at first symposium
Building a wall against the Mississippi River seemed like a good idea in 1722, but 300 years of levees holding back the water have wreaked havoc on Louisiana's ecology, said College of the Mainland student Kristin Barnes at COMâ€™s first academic symposium.
9/11 memories spur winning speech
Jaw-clenching, heart-pounding fear—that’s what many felt one Tuesday morning in September 2001.
Caffeine craving fuels winning speech
College of the Mainland student Deneika Herron freely confessed her obsession at COM’s first annual Roger Stallings Student Speech Competition.