The Yale Hindi Debate


Born as a student’s idea in a Yale classroom, the Yale Hindi Debate has grown exponentially, from an ambitious venture to an intellectual, cultural, and social institution. 
The debate was established as a Yale-only event in 2008, and now sees participation from faculty and students from USA’s preeminent schools, including Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, the University of Pennsylvania, NYU, Cornell, UCLA, Wesleyan, Rutgers, the University of Texas at Austin, and Wellesley College.

And that's why apples are better than oranges

Any audience member at the national round (April 18) can ask any speaker a question - and the best question of the evening wins the Best Interjector prize, which, in addition to a gorgeous plaque bearing the winner's name, and a certificate worthy of being framed, is a $25 iTunes gift card. The card has been procured, and has your name on it - now all that's left is for you to start making your shopping list.

Source: Akhil Sud SM '16

Source: Akhil Sud SM '16