MIST Timeline

MIST Timeline

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Knowledge test, Mist Bowl, Debate, Original Oratory, and Prepared Essay topics Revealed

Knowledge test, Mist Bowl, Debate, Original Oratory, and Prepared Essay topics Revealed

If you’ve participated in MIST previously, you will notice the following important changes:

  • Group competitions minimum team requirement has been reduced to 1 competitor

  • MIST Competitor Guidelines have been included

  • Minor changes to other rules and ballots

This year's Knowledge Test books are:

  1. Reclaim Your Heart by Yasmin Mogahed
  2. How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
  3. We Too Sing America by Deepa Iyer
  4. Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates

This year’s MIST Bowl topics are:
Topic I -  Crime, Justice, and the Politics of Mass Incarcerations (the documentary "13th" available on Netflix) 
Topic II - Contemporary Conflicts
Topic III - The Middle East: History, Economy, and Culture
Topic IV -  The Muslim Influence Part 2
Topic V - The Ayyubid Empire
Topic VI – Current Events (Starting January 1st, 2017)

Other competitions that require topics:
Original Oratory/Prepared Essay
Debate

See this year's competition rulebook here.

Venue and Date Reveal

Venue and Date Reveal

MIST Atlanta 2017 will be held at University of Georgia from March 17th to March 19th.

MIST Board assembled

MIST Board assembled

MIST 2017 Executive Board has been assembled and Mistification in progress!

MIST Atlanta 2016 Winners

MIST Atlanta 2016 Winners

Congratulations to all our winners for MIST 2016! The top four from every category can participate at nationals this year. We will be releasing the names of the fourth place winners soon.

Feedback for the MIST team!

Feedback for the MIST team!

Are you still MISTified? Or do you think the weekend fell short? We'd love to hear your feedback!