Rhetoric professors gone wild!

A video making its way around the internet features two debate professors showing students what they should never, ever, ever, never do in a debate. The opponents are the University of Pittsburgh's Shanara Reid-Brinkley and Fort Hays State University's Bill Shanahan. I don't need to describe much in detail. But I do wonder is which of the forms of rhetoric -- ethos, pathos, or logos -- is Shanahan using when he drops his pants? You can read up on the news behind this video here if you care to.

August 17, 2008 1:41 PM | | Comments (1)



I'm a proud Fort Hays alum, but not quite sure what to say about the debate coach. I found another article about him from a few years ago said a radical style is what gets debaters from smaller programs noticed. Well, we got noticed...

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