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Posted April 13, 2007

Ginny Ceballos
Staff Writer

The University of La Verne debate team came out victorious for the first time in the United States National Championships on Sunday.

In previous years, ULV would make it into the semi-finals but could never take the title home, something that became referred to as the “semi-finalist curse.”

However, the team, made up of Rob Ruiz and Josh Martin, was able to break the curse and bring glory to La Verne.

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