What is theory?!
What is a PIC? How is a PIC different than a regular Counterplan?
Luis Sandoval offers 5 tips to help improve your K game.
“What is an a priori anyway?” Noah Simon asks and answers the basic definitional question while presenting a nuanced distinction between two types of a prioris. His distinction provides insight into how debaters and theorists should approach a prioris moving forward.
Via Derek Zhang: Are you looking for a coach or mentor to help you navigate your debate career? Connect Debate is an organization that seeks to expand participation in Lincoln-Douglas debate through free peer mentorship. Through the program, TOC-qualified and […]
Bob says there are three obvious maxims that some judges aren’t following: (1) pay attention, (2) don’t intervene, and (3) judge fairly.
In this edition of The Meta, Bob applies the typical pragmatic justifications for plans to the September/October 2016 topic. In a surprising twist, he also makes semantic arguments for plans — what do you think?
Main Tournament Round 1 Pairings | Results Round 2 Pairings | Results Round 3 Pairings | Results Round 4 Pairings | Results Round 5 Pairings | Results Round 6 Pairings | Results Bracket Triples BYES: Peninsula JL Brentwood RY Harvard-Westlake […]
Lawrence Zhou tackles one of the biggest objections to disclosure — that it disadvantages small schools — and argues for the exact opposite conclusion.
Debaters! The season is soon to come underway and we are as excited as you are. Below are the preseason rankings for the season. Expanded methodology coming soon. 1 Jack Wareham (Oakwood) 77.98586572 2 Grant Brown (Millard North) 69.82332155 3 Trent […]