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A seated audience. Young man holding cigarette in foreground. From http://www.phialphatau.com/history: "Haig der Marderosian. Led many an Emerson debate team to regional and national championships. Room 501 in the Walker Building was re-dedicated to him in 2002 after the College sold 21 Commonwealth Avenue which contained the original Haig der Marderosian Room. Haig was an advisor to the [Phi Alpha Tau] fraternity twice during his tenure as a professor, from 1960 to 1968 and again from 1980 to 1984. Like Joe Connor, Haig entered the fraternity as an Emerson student.".

1960

Haig der Marderosian '54 points at a notice posted on the "Debating" board at the foot of a stairwell while three male students look on. From http://www.phialphatau.com/history: "Haig der Marderosian. Led many an Emerson debate team to regional and national championships. Room 501 in the Walker Building was re-dedicated to him in 2002 after the College sold 21 Commonwealth Avenue which contained the original Haig der Marderosian Room. Haig was an advisor to the [Phi Alpha Tau] fraternity twice during his tenure as a professor, from 1960 to 1968 and again from 1980 to 1984. Like Joe Connor, Haig entered the fraternity as an Emerson student.".

1954

The 1951-52 Debate Council posing for a group photo. Five people are seated and four more stand behind them. Emerson’s Intercollegiate Debate Program was first organized in 1948 and first offered for credit in 1951. From the very beginning, they were recognized as one of the outstanding teams in the New England area, and their reputation continues today as the Emerson Forensics Team.

1951

Emerson's Debate Council: Gertrude Hubbard '56, Vincent Bevilacqua '57, John Pietromonaco '58, Haig Marderosian '54, Otilio Gorospe, Jr., pose with their trophy from a 1955 debate tournament.

1955

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