“From wherever you stood, the opposing side offered respectable, credible views. In today's fractured culture the evening struck a blow for civility.”
- The Huffington Post
By IQ2US Staff — August 25, 2015
Announcing Fall 2015 Debates
By John Donvan — August 06, 2015
ISIS is expanding.
By IQ2US Staff — August 05, 2015
How does a debate moderator work? Slate's Aisha Harris catches up with our very own John Donvan, and all things debate, in this week's Working podcast.
By IQ2US Staff — July 20, 2015
The U.S., Iran, and other world powers have reached a final deal to limit Iran’s ability to build a nuclear weapon. According to President Obama, “every pathway to a nuclear weapon is cut off.” But to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, this deal will go down as “a historic mistake.” In 2013, Intelligence Squared U.S. debated whether “Israel can live with a nuclear Iran.”
By IQ2US Staff — July 13, 2015
With the recent Supreme Court ruling that upholds the Affordable Health Care Act, President Obama seems to have secured the legislative cornerstone of his Presidential legacy. But is Obamacare now finally on the road to permanence or is the recent Supreme Court ruling just a setback for a still steady opposition to repeal the law?
By IQ2US Staff — June 19, 2015
On this Father’s Day, alongside the many deserving gestures of love and appreciation, we’d like to take a moment to reflect on what could lie ahead for dear old Dad.
By IQ2US Staff — May 29, 2015
It’s graduation season, a time for high school seniors to look back and celebrate their formative years before embarking on the next step on their academic journey: college.
By John Donvan — May 26, 2015
THE DEAL WITH IRAN: Is this agreement a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” to halt nuclear proliferation, or does President Obama have this wrong?
By Alexandra Munroe, Co-Founder — May 19, 2015
IQ2US Founders Recognized by Speyer School for Contribution to Education
By IQ2 Staff — March 11, 2015
How good are you at playing Google? We designed this quiz using real-life scenarios and Google’s final decisions. Remember, the challenge is to balance individual rights against the public interest.