On Sunday, February 2nd, MTA hosted its 32nd annual Great Debate. The event attracted students from a variety of high schools across the tri-state area. The topic, whether a national tax on carbon emissions should be introduced, was extremely controversial and was passionately argued by both sides. The MTA debaters skillfully presented their respective points and performed excellently in their debates. Congratulations to Rafi Saperstein (’20) and Rachamim Seltzer (’20) for winning First Place Team, Michael Wein (’22) and Eli Canter (’22) for winning Third Place Team, Rafi Saperstein for winning Second Place Speaker, and Eli Canter for winning First Place Speaker.
By Eli Canter (’22)