Ariel Kirman is a junior at Trinity School in New York City, where she is a captain of the parliamentary and public forum debate teams. She is a Director of Outreach for the New York Parliamentary Debate League Board, which runs parliamentary debates for high schoolers in New York and the wider tri-state Area. As an editor-in-chief of her school’s political magazine, The Trinity Review, Ariel enjoys writing and editing articles about economics and public policy. Languages (modern and ancient alike) also interest Ariel, who is a president of her school’s French glee club; an editor-in-chief of Trinity’s modern language magazine, Diversion; as well as a recipient of the “summa cum laude” award from the National Latin Exam. In her free time, Ariel plays table tennis and hopes to one day beat her father in a game.