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Found 13 results

  1. Hello, Southern Illinois University is seeking debaters to join our team in Fall 2014. SIU competes in NPDA parliamentary debate on the national circuit. "Parli" is very similar to policy, the same arguments are read, the only distinction is that there is not evidence. We pay handsomely, you will have a full ride. If you would be interested, please message me with your email address, school, and your tournament schedule. We will be at Pattonville recruiting, so please respond quickly. It is also likely that we will be at Parkview's tournament. Examples of NPDA style debate: Semifinals of the NPTE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBFRTNHpqoo Finals of the NPTE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h81T9FqNKRY Thanks, Joshua Rivera
  2. The University of Missouri-Kansas City has several scholarships still available for students interested in intercollegiate competitive debate. UMKC is a nationally competitive policy debate program located out of Kansas City. UMKC won 3 CEDA national championships in the 1990s, and has cleared a team to the elimination rounds of the NDT 8 out of the last 15 years. UMKC debate has an open door policy, traveling debaters of all levels of experience and success. They have also cleared teams to the elimination rounds of national tournaments from all across the argumentative spectrum: policy teams, critique teams, and non-traditional/performative teams. UMKC finished 2nd place at the 2007 National Debate Tournament. UMKC debate also has a stellar record of getting students into successful graduate programs. UMKC alumni have gone to places such as: Columbia law, Baylor Law, University of Illinois graduate school, Ohio State University graduate school, Kansas State, and many others. Additionally, UMKC has several nationally ranked undergraduate programs including a top 10 business school, a top-tier school of education, and several schools in the engineering/computer science fields. Students wishing to debate are eligible for out-of-state tuition waivers, and partial tuition -reimbursement, ranging from 1/3 -1/2. We have several still available, but the deadline to apply is soon. Here is a link to the team application: http://umkcdebate.com/team-application/ Here is a link to the university application: http://www.umkc.edu/apply/ The deadline on our largest scholarship is February 15th. Additionally scholarships are available after this time, but are lower in amount. For more information, email the director of debate @ UMKC, Matthew Vega, vegam@umkc.edu
  3. I'm planning to continue policy debate in college (this is assuming they'll even let me to go to tournaments...), but I'm wondering whether anyone has any experiences/advice to share. I'll probably be studying bio (not exactly the most friendly major for debate), but I'm hoping I'll have enough time for both. Also, if anyone knows anything about policy at either Cornell or Dartmouth, that'd be nice. It won't affect which one I choose, but I know almost nothing about debate at either school - the information I've found so far isn't too helpful.
  4. Hello, Southern Illinois University is seeking debaters to join our team in Fall 2014. SIU competes in parliamentary debate on the national circuit. "Parli" is very similar to policy, the same arguments are read, the only distinction is that there is not evidence. We pay handsomely, you will have a full ride. If you would be interested, please message me with your email address, school, and your tournament schedule. We will be at Pattonville recruiting, so please respond quickly. It is also likely that we will be at Parkview's tournament. Examples of NPDA/NPTE style debate: Semifinals of the NPTE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBFRTNHpqoo Finals of the NPTE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h81T9FqNKRY Thanks, Joshua Rivera
  5. The University of Missouri-Kansas City has several scholarships still available for students interested in intercollegiate competitive debate. UMKC is a nationally competitive policy debate program located out of Kansas City. UMKC won 3 CEDA national championships in the 1990s, and has cleared a team to the elimination rounds of the NDT 8 out of the last 15 years. UMKC debate has an open door policy, traveling debaters of all levels of experience and success. They have also cleared teams to the elimination rounds of national tournaments from all across the argumentative spectrum: policy teams, critique teams, and non-traditional/performative teams. UMKC finished 2nd place at the 2007 National Debate Tournament. UMKC debate also has a stellar record of getting students into successful graduate programs. UMKC alumni have gone to places such as: Columbia law, Baylor Law, University of Illinois graduate school, Ohio State University graduate school, Kansas State, and many others. Additionally, UMKC has several nationally ranked undergraduate programs including a top 10 business school, a top-tier school of education, and several schools in the engineering/computer science fields. Students wishing to debate are eligible for out-of-state tuition waivers, and partial tuition -reimbursement, ranging from 1/3 -1/2. We have several still available, but the deadline to apply is soon. Here is a link to the team application: http://umkcdebate.com/team-application/ Here is a link to the university application: http://www.umkc.edu/apply/ The deadline on our largest scholarship is February 15th. Additional scholarships are available after this time, but are lower in amount. For more information, email the director of debate @ UMKC, Matthew Vega, vegam@umkc.edu
  6. RyeZOAM

    #IsupportCEDA4

    This appears to just be starting to circulate among college debate forums and facebook groups. Please take a couple minutes to watch, share, like, etc this video. It is addressing the unjustified and racist backlash experienced by the 2014 CEDA champs and runner-ups, attempting to counter all of the negative media that the college debate community has been receiving recently.
  7. The University of Missouri-Kansas City has several scholarships still available for students interested in intercollegiate competitive debate. UMKC is a nationally competitive policy debate program located out of Kansas City. UMKC won 3 CEDA national championships in the 1990s, and has cleared a team to the elimination rounds of the NDT 8 out of the last 15 years. UMKC debate has an open door policy, traveling debaters of all levels of experience and success. They have also cleared teams to the elimination rounds of national tournaments from all across the argumentative spectrum: policy teams, critique teams, and non-traditional/performative teams. UMKC finished 2nd place at the 2007 National Debate Tournament. UMKC debate also has a stellar record of getting students into successful graduate programs. UMKC alumni have gone to places such as: Columbia law, Baylor Law, University of Illinois graduate school, Ohio State University graduate school, Kansas State, and many others. Additionally, UMKC has several nationally ranked undergraduate programs including a top 10 business school, a top-tier school of education, and several schools in the engineering/computer science fields. Students wishing to debate are eligible for out-of-state tuition waivers, and partial tuition -reimbursement, ranging from 1/3 -1/2. We have several still available, but the deadline to apply is soon. Here is a link to the team application: http://umkcdebate.com/team-application/ Here is a link to the university application: http://www.umkc.edu/apply/ The deadline on our largest scholarship is February 15th. Additional scholarships are available after this time, but are lower in amount. For more information, email the director of debate @ UMKC, Matthew Vega, vegam@umkc.edu
  8. Hello, Southern Illinois University is seeking debaters to join our team in Fall 2014. SIU competes in parliamentary debate on the national circuit. "Parli" is very similar to policy, the same arguments are read, the only distinction is that there is not evidence. We pay handsomely, you will have a full ride. If you would be interested, please message me with your email address, school, and your tournament schedule. We will be at Pattonville recruiting, so please respond quickly. It is also likely that we will be at Parkview's tournament. Examples of the NPDA/NPTE style debate: Semifinals of the NPTE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBFRTNHpqoo Finals of the NPTE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h81T9FqNKRY Thanks, Joshua Rivera
  9. The University of Missouri-Kansas City has several scholarships still available for students interested in intercollegiate competitive debate. UMKC is a nationally competitive policy debate program located out of Kansas City. UMKC won 3 CEDA national championships in the 1990s, and has cleared a team to the elimination rounds of the NDT 8 out of the last 15 years. UMKC debate has an open door policy, traveling debaters of all levels of experience and success. They have also cleared teams to the elimination rounds of national tournaments from all across the argumentative spectrum: policy teams, critique teams, and non-traditional/performative teams. UMKC finished 2nd place at the 2007 National Debate Tournament. UMKC debate also has a stellar record of getting students into successful graduate programs. UMKC alumni have gone to places such as: Columbia law, Baylor Law, University of Illinois graduate school, Ohio State University graduate school, Kansas State, and many others. Additionally, UMKC has several nationally ranked undergraduate programs including a top 10 business school, a top-tier school of education, and several schools in the engineering/computer science fields. Students wishing to debate are eligible for out-of-state tuition waivers, and partial tuition -reimbursement, ranging from 1/3 -1/2. We have several still available, but the deadline to apply is soon. Here is a link to the team application: http://umkcdebate.com/team-application/ Here is a link to the university application: http://www.umkc.edu/apply/ The deadline on our largest scholarship is February 15th. Additionally scholarships are available after this time, but are lower in amount. For more information, email the director of debate @ UMKC, Matthew Vega, vegam@umkc.edu
  10. Hey Cross-X. I am needing help writing my first K Aff for NFA LD. I have a working draft, but am in need of a advocacy statement and "solvency". I was thinking maybe discourse or something, but I am really not too sure at the moment. Any guidance or general direction is much appreciated. Thanks in advance. *The resolution is at the top of the document that is attached. Colonialism 1AC.docx
  11. Hey everyone, My name is Amit and I'm currently a rising senior at Vanderbilt. I've been pretty detached from the high school community this year, but I wanted to ask and see if any of y'all are coming to Vandy in the fall and are interested in debate. We have a pretty competitive program and have traveled to every national tournament and a variety of regional ones in the past with no sign of changing. We had a first-round a couple of years ago and had a team at the NDT this past year, so we'd love some first-years to help the team grow. If any of you will be attending Vandy or if you know someone who is, please feel free to reach out to me. Thanks, Amit
  12. Need to learn how 2 go for security, some1 please post high-level round
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