Publications & Newsletters

Newsletters for coaches, district leaders, students, and alumni
Rostrum is the official magazine of the National Speech & Debate Association

Keep informed about what is happening in the speech and debate community with Rostrum and our latest newsletters.

Latest Newsletters

We send periodic updates to coaches, district leaders, students, and alumni to keep our members informed about what is happening in the speech and debate community. Click the links below to check out recent updates! 

Rostrum

Rostrum is the official magazine of the National Speech & Debate Association. Each school year, the magazine provides the speech and debate community with news, scholarly articles, and national updates published in the months of September, November, February, April, and August.

Membership Calendar

Membership Calendar
 
Chapter advisors, join or renew your school membership today, and as our gift to you, we’ll send you a printed calendar filled with useful dates, important reminders, and other information for the 2019-2020 school year. We Are Speech & Debate!

Tournament Book

Our National Tournament Program Book is a great way to connect with all student competitors, coaches, teachers, parents, and chaperones at the tournament. Everyone attending the National Tournament receives a free copy of the Tournament Book, and it is also published online. The Tournament Book is the go-to guide throughout the week. It includes schedules, event information, announcements, annual award listings, and more. You can be a part of the Tournament Book for a low price! All ads must be reserved by April 15, 2020, and final artwork must be submitted by May 4, 2020.

Tournament Book Pricing and Dimensions
Tournament Book Pricing and Dimensions
Tournament Book Guidelines
Payment

You may select check or credit card payment using our online form. All ads must be paid in full by May 4, 2020.

Deadline

All ads must be reserved by April 15, 2020, and final artwork must be submitted by May 4, 2020. (If you need help designing your ad, we can do it for you! Please be sure to provide instructions in the advertising form by or before April 15 to give us plenty of lead time.)

Format

All ad files must be in high-resolution PDF format.

Proofread

Don’t forget to double-check your ad before submitting! Remember, “Lincoln-Douglas” should be hyphenated, but “LD” should not. “Student Congress” is now called “Congressional Debate.”

Note: If you’re a vendor and plan to reserve a table at the National Tournament Expo, you may purchase your Tournament Book ads using our Expo Registration Form. No need to fill out a separate form!
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