Posts Tagged ‘ Papsch ’

“Super, super cool!” / Interview with Tobias Kube

DDG-Nachwuchspreisträger Tobias Kube (Mitte) mit Mitgliedern des DDG-Vorstands (2011/2012), Bastian Laubner, Marietta Gädecke und Nicolas Eberle.Tobias Kube was awarded for being the most promising debater new on the German language deating circuit at the German Language Debating Championship in Vienna in June this year. Deutsche Debattiergesellschaft, the alumni debating society of Germany, grants this award every year to one of the up-and-coming debaters. Read here the interview of a first year who will soon be debating with and against old stagers at the Masters’ Cup in Eisenach. Read the complete interview in German.
Oct 7th, 2012 | By | Category: Menschen | mit 4 Kommentaren

FDL: Round 2

FDL Rankings after round 2: 1. Heidelberg Debating (34 points) 2. Mainz (32) 3. Freiburg, Tübingen (19) 5. München (14) The top five speakers: 1. Zsolt Szilagyi (35 Punkte) 2. Almut Graebsch, Victoria Reuter (30) 4. Peter Croonenbroeck (26) 5. Jan Papsch, Willy Witthaut (24) Manuel Adams / apf
Dec 15th, 2011 | By | Category: Turniere | Comments Off on FDL: Round 2

Bluff: Mainz is not a carnival club!

Robert Epple aus Frankfurt überzeugte als Freier Redner im Finale Jury wie Publikum - zurecht bester Redner! (Foto: Max Fritz) Please read the very, very entertaining report that Sven Hirschfeld has written for Achte Minute on the Gutenberg Cup, the expertise on carnival in Mainz and an obviously superb tournament. Please got the German version to do so. Pleeeeease!
Nov 15th, 2011 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | mit 2 Kommentaren

FDL: Round 1

FDL: Round 1The Gutenberg-Cup was the first round of the Freie Debattierliga, or free debating league (FDL). According to the rules of the FDL (in German only), the preliminary results are the following: Institutions: Mainz Freiburg Heidelberg (Debating) Frankfurt Marburg Speakers Victoria Reuter Zsolt Szilagyi Jan Papsch Robert Epple Michael Powala, Johannes Samlenski, Thore Wojke The Freie Debattierliga, or free debating league (FDL) is a loose association of debating societies staging local tournaments in German speaking Central Europe. It encompasses the year-round competition between both deb socs and speakers. This season is the second season after the founding during the course of the general assembly of the Association of Debating Societies at Universities (VDCH) in ...
Nov 14th, 2011 | By | Category: Turniere | Mit einem Kommentar

Helau! Mainz gewinnt den Gutenberg-Cup

Mainz won the Gutenberg Cup! Please read the German version of this article to learn more about the details.
Nov 13th, 2011 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | Comments Off on Helau! Mainz gewinnt den Gutenberg-Cup

Informative quips: Adjudication workshop in Darmstadt

We’re sorry, this article is not available in English. Please read the German version of this article on the adjudication workshop held in Darmstadt from 7 to 8 May hosted by the Association of Debating Societies at Universities (VDCH).
May 9th, 2011 | By | Category: Themen, VDCH | Comments Off on Informative quips: Adjudication workshop in Darmstadt

Second VDCH judge workshop

We're sorry, this article is not available in English. Please read the German version to learn about the judge workshop VDCH is offering to its members on May 7 and 8.
Apr 13th, 2011 | By | Category: VDCH | Comments Off on Second VDCH judge workshop

A poem, another poem and a prophecy – That was the Rheingötter competition

We're very, very sorry this text is not available English. Please read the German version of this article to learn more about poetry among debaters and the final debate on two formats widely spread in Germany: BPS vs. OPD. apf / sol
Feb 16th, 2011 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | mit 6 Kommentaren

Streitkultur Cup 2010 – A review

Streitkultur Cup 2010 - A review Read more on Tübingen's Streitkultur Cup in the German version of this article and find out how Marcus Ewald won the audience, how Natalie Wieseotte won a version of "Who wants to be a millionaire" on OPD (the German format of open parliamentary debate) and how Pauline Leopold won in a competition on the rules of OPD but still felt ashamed. ...
Dec 15th, 2010 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | mit 6 Kommentaren

Mainz won Streitkultur Cup 2010

Marc Lenzke, Marcus Ewald and Isabelle Loewe (DC Bonn) won the prestigious Streitkultur Cup in Tübingen. They defeated as team for Debattierclub Johannes Gutenberg Mainz (DCJG) another DCJG team consisting of Sina Strupp, Jan Papsch and Nicolas Eberle. The final was completed by the three Free Speakers Lea Weitekamp (Bonn), Hauke Blume (Berlin) and Wladi Jachtschenko (München). Judges of the final were Mario Dießner, Jenny Bachmann (Karlsruhe) and Daniel Grotzky (München/Zürich), president was Gudrun Lux (Mainz/Bonn). The motions were: Round 1:  Sollen Volksentscheide bei Großprojekten verpflichtend werden? Round 2: Soll die Pressefreiheit bei Terrorgefahr eingeschränkt werden? Round 3:  Brauchen wir wieder Militärparaden in Deutschland? Final: ...
Dec 12th, 2010 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | Comments Off on Mainz won Streitkultur Cup 2010

Professors won show debate in Mainz

Do we need Facebook & Co.? Do social networks make our lifes better?  Students and professors debated about these questions at the Debattierclub Johannes Gutenberg Mainz (DCJG)'s show debate on November 9th. While the students - Caroline Moll, Konrad Grießinger and Thore Wojke - tried to convince the audience that Facebook is dangerous and of no use, the professors - former German debating champion Hanna Proner and her collegues Oliver Quiring and Michael-Jörg Oesterle - said that the social networks on the internet are beneficial. About 250 people from the audience, hence the mayority, were convinced by the professors and voted ...
Nov 12th, 2010 | By | Category: News of debating clubs | Comments Off on Professors won show debate in Mainz

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