TedxMiddlebury Student Speaker Competition 2018
The Student Speaker Competition will take place on Thursday, October 4. We invite all students to enter in the competition. At the competition, students will share a four minute speech of a topic which they are passionate about that is related to this year's theme. A panel of faculty judges will elect the winner, who will give a full, 18-minute presentation at the 2018 TEDxMiddlebury event.

This year’s theme, “(Un)hinged,” is about exploring the fine line between stability and crisis, of routine and innovation, and of chaos and order, all of which often exist in flux if not in parallel. Topics will vary in scale, but signal a turning point in one’s life. (Un)hinged tests the boundaries of our ties to ourselves, each other, and our collective identities; much of our daily lives are shaped through interactions with each other and the world around us. (Un)hinged gives us the space to find the balance between our past and present, our dreams and nightmares, our built and natural environments, and progress and nostalgia.

We also partner with Oratory Now, a student-centered initiative to reinvent the way oral expression is taught, practiced, and recognized at Middlebury.

Please answer all the questions below. If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at tedx@middlebury.edu.

Email address *
What's your name? *
Your answer
What year are you?
Your answer
What is your talk about? Answer us in a few sentences; you don't have to stick to this plan exactly but we would like to know the general idea. *
Your answer
Are you interested in receiving coaching from Oratory Now! before the event?
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