Posts tagged with: TOC

10 Things I Like, TOC Edition (Bob Overing)

The first edition of “10 Things I Like and Don’t Like” by Bob Overing features the Harvard tournament, plant pedagogy, and “1AR theory bad.”

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2017 Tournament of Champions

Live Results Follow Premier’s live results spreadsheet embedded below or at the link here: https://tinyurl.com/Premier-TOC17 In order to help us keep results as up-to-date as possible this weekend, please message our webmaster Shailja Somani any round results you know as […]

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TOC Diversity Enhancement (New)

This post details the changes made to TOC mutual preference judging, announced by Greg Malis on 4/23.

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TOC is Six Prelim Rounds (Survey)

This post discusses some factors to consider when arguing about number of prelims and polls the community on the ideal number.

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10 Things I Like and Don’t Like, featuring Harvard (Bob Overing)

The first edition of “10 Things I Like and Don’t Like” by Bob Overing features the Harvard tournament, plant pedagogy, and “1AR theory bad.”

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Interview with Nick Steele

The following is a Premier Debate exclusive interview with Nick Steele, your 2016 Tournament of Champions winner. The interview is conducted by Salim Damerdji, the Premier Debate Director of Philosophy Curriculum and assistant coach of Mountain View/Los Altos and Mission […]

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Lincoln Garrett announces TOC At-Large Bids

Congratulations to the following debaters/teams for receiving at-large bids to the 2016 Tournament of Champions. Good luck to everyone! Lincoln Douglas at Larges Accepted—TOC 2016 Apple Valley                      Prince Hyeamang Brentwood                          Jacob Reiter Byram Hills                        Alex Wurm Hawken                               Nicole Kastelic Interlake […]

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At-Large Data

Help fill out information that will be used while reviewing at-large applications to the TOC. Here is the link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1catSwzpnsgbytBYbbnBBo0t-dlCo2FaqINZsVHLjsNs/edit Via Mike Bietz: Some members of the TOC advisory committee are hoping to gather more data-driven information about the applicants and […]

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