Virginia House of Delegates Commends Local Student for Historic Speech and Debate Win, Founding First Team

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Hollins University student and Osbourn Park High School graduate Ashleigh Clyde has received a commendation resolution from the Virginia House of Delegates for a historic Speech and Debate win. Ashleigh, who is also the founder of the first Speech and Debate team at Hollins University, has been recognized for her remarkable achievement and contribution to the field.Ashleigh Clyde recently won the prestigious Speech and Debate championship, a first for Prince William County, and has been hailed as a role model for future students. She has made history for her school and the state of Virginia by becoming the first Prince William County student to win this title.

Virginia House of Delegates Commendation

To celebrate this achievement, the Virginia House of Delegates has passed a commendation resolution, honoring her for her remarkable talent and dedication to the field. This commendation recognizes Ashleigh’s success and highlights the importance of speech and debate in fostering critical thinking and public speaking skills among young people.

Speech and Debate Team at Hollins University

Ashleigh has taken it upon herself to found the first Speech and Debate team at Hollins University. With this initiative, she hopes to inspire more students to take up the art of speech and debate, which can provide a valuable platform for intellectual and personal growth.The founding of the first Speech and Debate team at Hollins University is a significant milestone for the school, and Ashleigh has expressed her excitement about the potential impact that this team can have on the university’s academic and intellectual culture.The commendation resolution and founding of the first Speech and Debate team at Hollins University are a testament to Ashleigh’s dedication, passion, and leadership in the field of speech and debate. It is a remarkable achievement for both Ashleigh and Hollins University and a step forward in fostering critical thinking and public speaking skills among more young people.

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