Monthly Archives: September 2015

Valley Mid-America Cup

Hunter College’s Nina Potischman (neg) defeated Crossroads’ Noah Simon.

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Nebel T – I sip it.

Mr. Nebel’s neighborhood, OR Nebel Tea – I sip it. By Rebar Niemi   Introduction and answering Mr. Nebel’s preempts There is a distinction between T on the basis of correctness (semantics, etc.) and T on the basis of better debating […]

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Bid List Updated

With the 2015-16 season underway, we’ve had five bid tournaments and thirty-four bids spread among twenty-nine debaters. Our top five debaters are Harvard-Westlake’s Cameron Cohen, Law Magnet’s Dino De La O, Peninsula’s Jonas Le Barillec, Harvard-Westlake’s Nick Steele and Strake Jesuit’s Sean McCormick with […]

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Yale — Hunter College NP Wins

Congratulations to Hunter College’s Nina Potischman for winning the 2015 Yale Invitational. Semis Hunter College NP def Lake Highland NK (DeBois, Gosain, Hom) Scarsdale ZG v University JR (Li, Lonam, Traber) Quarters Hunter College NP def Hawken NK (DeBois, Gosain, […]

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Greenhill – HW CC Wins

Quarters Harvard-Westlake CC def Westlake DB (Paramo, Woods, Zhou) 3-0 Clements FT def Harvard-Westlake NS (Torson*, Wheeler, Wright) 2-1 Peninsula JL def Westwood SN (Castillo, Fife, Wei) 3-0 Strake Jesuit SM def Immaculate Heart LM (Cavanaugh, Niemi, Tartakovsky) 3-0 Octas […]

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Debate for All: How to Google

Learn how to maximize your research efficiency while finding just the argument you need with search operators.

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Aff Won Only 29% of Loyola Elims

Debate stats takes a look at side bias and speaker point trends at this year’s Loyola Invitational.

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Weekend Wrap-Up, Sept 11-13

Harvard Westlake, Grapevine, Wake Forest and Byram Hills!

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Harvard Westlake Wins Loyola

Harvard Westlake CC and NS close out Loyola.

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Strake Jesuit Wins Grapevine

Strake Jesuit SM defeats Dulles NB to win Grapevine.

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