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WUDC 2013: The Break

WUDC 2013: The BreakIt took until after midnight that the WUDC 2013 break coul be announced in Berlin. The CA-team took its time to sort out which 100 (!) judges broke into the break knockout rounds. Especially, they had to handel the new 48-team break for the first time which lets 16 teams break into octo-finals directly and sends 32 more teams into mock-octos (read here what that is). In the following we provide you the breaks and tab positions at WUDC 2012 after the nine preliminary rounds. Note that due to the WUDC constitution, unlike as at Euros, there is no double break. ...
Jan 1st, 2013 | By | Category: international, Turniere | Comments Off on WUDC 2013: The Break

Stuttgart wins ZEIT DEBATTE in Tübingen

Igor Gilitschenski, Michael Saliba and Nils Haneklaus from Debattierclub Stuttgart won the final of the first ZEIT DEBATTEN of 2012/2013.  They defeated  Friederike Meyer zu Wendischhoff, Jonathan Scholbach and Severin Weingarten from Debattiergesellschaft Jena. Almut Graebsch, Georg Sommerfeld and Jan Ohmstedt broke to the final as Free speekers. The final was judged by Teresa Widlok, Alexander Labinski, Robert Büchle and the three CAs Philipp Stiel, Wiebke Nadler and Leo Vogel. sol
Nov 26th, 2012 | By | Category: Turniere | Mit einem Kommentar

„Herr Haneklaus, haben Sie nicht mal eben Lust aus der Stratosphäre zu springen?“ – Stuttgart gewinnt ZEIT DEBATTE Tübingen 2012

Siegerteam Stuttgart ZEIT DEBATTE Tübingen 2012
Nov 26th, 2012 | By | Category: Turniere | mit 5 Kommentaren

ZEIT DEBATTE Tübingen: Break

Stuttgart (Nils Haneklaus, Michael Saliba, Igor Gilitschenski), Berlin (Annette Kirste, Georg Sommerfeld, Julian Ohm), Jena (Severin Weingarten, Jonathan Scholbach, Friederike Meyer zu Wendischhoff) and Mainz (Marina Freund, Max Fritz, Willy Witthaut) broke to semis. Severin Weingarten topped the tab. As Free Speakers broke Marc-André Schulz  (Aachen), Gabor Stefan, Almut Graebsch (beide München), Barbara Schunicht (Hamburg), Adrian Gombert (Münster) and Jan Ohmstedt (Heidelberg Debating). As adjudicators broke: Hauke Blume (Berlin Debating Union), Daniil Pakhomenko, Andrea Gau (beide Mainz), Teresa Peters (Leipzig), Marion Seiche (Frankfurt), Alexander Karl Postl (Leipzig), Andreas C. Lazar (Stuttgart), Teresa Widlok (Münster), Robert Büchle (Zürich), Alexander Labinsky (Dresden), Tom-Michael ...
Nov 25th, 2012 | By | Category: Turniere | mit 3 Kommentaren

ZEIT DEBATTE series starts this weekend

The new ZEIT DEBATTEN series begins! This weekend (November 23 to 25), speakers and judges from all over Germany, Switzerland, Austria and even France flock at Tübingen. Language of the tournament, as in the whole series, is German, the ZEIT DEBATTE Tübingen will be held in Offene Parlamentarische Debatte (open parliamentary debate, OPD). Chief adjudicators are Philipp Stiel (German Champion 2010, Tübingen/Berlin) sowie Wiebke Nadler (Leipzig/Heidelberg) and Leonid Vogel (Karlsruhe). The tournament series ZEIT DEBATTEN is organised by VDCH, the Association of Debating Societies at Universities, in cooperation with the weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT and German Telekom as well as with the ...
Nov 23rd, 2012 | By | Category: Turniere, VDCH | Comments Off on ZEIT DEBATTE series starts this weekend

In der Übersicht: die ZEIT DEBATTEN der Saison 2012/2013

Sep 12th, 2012 | By | Category: VDCH | Comments Off on In der Übersicht: die ZEIT DEBATTEN der Saison 2012/2013

ZEIT DEBATTE in Tübingen

The next big event of the ZEIT DEBATTEN is already announced: Streitkultur Tübingen will convene the first ZEIT DEBATTE in the 2012/2013 season. The German speaking debating circuit will meet in Tübingen from November 23 to 25. Language of the tournament, as in the whole series, is German, the ZEIT DEBATTE Tübingen will be held in OPD (open parliamentary debate). Chief adjudicators are 2010 German champion Philipp Stiel (Tübingen/Berlin), Wiebke Nadler (Leipzig/Heidelberg) and Leo Vogel (Karlsruhe) The tournament series ZEIT DEBATTEN is organised by VDCH, the Association of Debating Societies at Universities, in cooperation with the weekly newspaper DIE ZEIT and ...
Aug 9th, 2012 | By | Category: Termine, Turniere, VDCH | Comments Off on ZEIT DEBATTE in Tübingen

EUDC 2012: Update on results after round 6

Yep, the European Universities Debating Championship (EUDC or Euros) is still going on. It's day 3, the last three prelims are scheduled for today. We've got an update on the results of most of the teams from under the roof of VDCH (Verband der Debattierclubs an Hochschulen, or association of debating societies at universities). This is how they performed in the first six preliminary rounds: Results after round 6 Gutenberg, Nicolas and Robert, 9 points Gutenberg, Thore and Willy, 8 Tübingen, Konrad and Jonas, 8 Tübingen, Marie and Sophie, 6 Heidelberg, Lucas and Jan, (Sorry, no update available so far!) Stuttgart, Andreas and Gregor, 10 BDU, Dessi and ...
Aug 8th, 2012 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | Comments Off on EUDC 2012: Update on results after round 6

EUDC 2012: Results after day 2 in Belgrade

A little less hot in Belgrade, said the weather forecast. Only 31 degree Celsius, said the weather forecast. Must have felt like a fresh breeze after 40 degrees the day before. At least, today no one complained about the Serbian heat on Twitter. Rather, some obviously ate ice cream in between rounds for reasons of refreshment. Apart from the weather, there's more exciting news from the Serbian capital: Again, Willy Witthaut helped us gather the results for VDCH club - thank you! (Again, of some teams we only have the data after previous rounds. We're trying to collect more data.) Results after ...
Aug 8th, 2012 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | Mit einem Kommentar

EUDC 2012: Preliminary Results of VDCH teams

Look who came up with preliminary results from the European Universities Debating Championship (EUDC or Euros): It's Willy Witthaut! Find below the results of most of the teams from under the umbrella of VDCH, or Verband der Debattierclubs an Hochschulen (association of debating societies at universities). Thanks, Willy! We also stumbled across the results of our Dutch neigbours - see below. Please do not hesitate to help us gather information on results or give us snipets of gossip to entertain those at home. Oh, something that everyone at home might envy those down in Belgrade: It's around 40°C in the ...
Aug 7th, 2012 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | Mit einem Kommentar

New executive board in Tübingen

Executive board in Tübingen elected: Jonathan Spanos is the new president of the Streitkultur Tübingen. He is joined by Anne Suffel, Jonas Hilla and Nikos Bosse.
Jul 5th, 2012 | By | Category: News of debating clubs | Comments Off on New executive board in Tübingen

MDD 2012: Biggest German language debating competition about to start

The German language debating championship is about to start in Vienna, Austria. Competing for the title are 68 teams from Germany, Switzerland and Austria, or debating societies from Aachen, Bayreuth, Berlin, Bonn, Dresden, Frankfurt, Freiburg, Graz, Göttingen, Halle, Hamburg, Hannover, Heidelberg, Ingolstadt, Jena, Karlsruhe, Kiel, Klagenfurt, Köln, Konstanz, Leipzig, Magdeburg, Mainz, Marburg, München, Münster, Potsdam, Regensburg, Salzburg, Stuttgart, St. Gallen, Tübingen, Wien, Würzburg and Zürich. Learn more about MDD in the German version of this article and follow us on Facebook and Twitter (hashtag #MDD12). It's the first time the German language debating championship (Meisterschaft im deutschsprachigen Debattieren or MDD) is hosted ...
Jun 7th, 2012 | By | Category: Turniere, VDCH | Comments Off on MDD 2012: Biggest German language debating competition about to start

Tübinger Forum zu erneuerbaren Energien

 
May 5th, 2012 | By | Category: News of debating clubs, Politik und Gesellschaft | Comments Off on Tübinger Forum zu erneuerbaren Energien

FDL: Berlin wins Dresden tournament / Mainz top FDL team

Georg Sommerfeld and Bruno Davids of Berlin Debating Union (BDU) won Saggsn Masders 2012, a tournament in the Saxonian capital Dresden. Georg was also awarded best speaker of the final. The other final teams were from Mainz (Willy Witthaut and Betty Braun) and of BDU: Sarah von Kaminietz and Martin Funck, and Hauke Blume and Marijana Todorovich). The top speakers of the tourney: Georg Sommerfeld Willy Witthaut Hauke Blume Sarah von Kaminietz, Dessislava Kirova The top team results of the league after Saggsn Masders: Mainz (53) Heidelberg Debating (44) Tübingen (44) Berlin Debating Union (36) Freiburg (26) Top speaker results after Saggsn Masders: Willy Witthaut (64) Almut Graebsch (45), Zsolt Szilagyi (45) Philipp Stiel (44) Please ...
May 3rd, 2012 | By | Category: Turniere | Mit einem Kommentar

Prof. Wulf on law debates

Prof. Wulf on law debates"Ein guter Jurist muss deutsch sprechen, nicht juristendeutsch!" - Roughly speaking, good legal practitioners need to know a language everybody understands. This is a claim by Prof. Dr. Rüdiger Wulf who works at the ministery of law in the German state of Baden Wurttemberg, he also is an honorary professor at the University of Tubingen. Some years ago, he established soft skill courses dealing with law debates, something which is neglected in German jurisprudence curricula. Philipp Stiel, editor of the VDCH newsletter for a culture of debate in Germany, talked to Prof. Wulf. Currently the interview is not available in ...
Apr 14th, 2012 | By | Category: Presseschau, VDCH | mit 2 Kommentaren

Debatte: Was ist uns unsere Sicherheit wert?

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Feb 2nd, 2012 | By | Category: News of debating clubs, Termine | Comments Off on Debatte: Was ist uns unsere Sicherheit wert?

FDL: Round 4

New FDL results: Tübingen (44) Mainz (37) Heidelberg Debating (34) AFA Wien (20), Hamburg (20) Top speakers FDL: Philipp Stiel (44) Willy Witthaut (38) Zsolt Szilagyi (35) Read more in this in the German version.
Jan 23rd, 2012 | By | Category: Turniere | Mit einem Kommentar

Austrian Open – Die erste österreichische Debattiermeisterschaft in OPD

Die Sieger des Austrian Open: Rupinder Ray, Jose Magnaye und Roman Pable, mit Preisübergebern Gemeinderat der Stadt Graz Mag. Klaus Frölich und IFS-Leiterin Irmela Kühnelt.
Dec 19th, 2011 | By | Category: Turniere | Comments Off on Austrian Open – Die erste österreichische Debattiermeisterschaft in OPD

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

Heidelberg Debating wins Streitkultur Cup

Die Sieger des Streitkultur-Cups 2011 (v.l.n.r.): Sven Hirschfeld, Franzi Kriegelstein und Daniel Sommer - die Hütchen sind Teil des Titels. (Foto: Philipp Stiel)Heidelberg Debating A (Sven Hirschfeld, Daniel Sommer and Franzi Kriegelstein) won the final of the renown Streitkultur Cup 2011 in Tübingen. They defeated Streitkultur Pheme from Tübingen (Peter Croonenbroeck, Anne Suffel and Jonathan Spanos).Free speakers were Philipp Stiel, Lukas Windhager and Dominic Hildebrand. The final was judged by Vanessa Schilling, Tobias Kube, Oliver Hörtensteiner, Sarah Kempf and Leo Vogel. Mario Dießner functioned as president of the final debate. The audience chose Peter Croonenbroeck as best speaker of the final who was awarded with a traditional cactus. [caption id="attachment_11479" align="alignright" width="300" caption="The winners of the Streitkultur Cup 2011: Sven Hirschfeld, Franzi Kriegelstein ...
Dec 11th, 2011 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | Comments Off on Heidelberg Debating wins Streitkultur Cup

Streitkultur-Cup 2011: The final break

The break of Streitkultur-Cup is here: The first team to break in Tübingen is Heidelberg Debating A (Sven Hirschfeld, Daniel Sommer, Franzi Kriegelstein), the second is Streitkultur Pheme (Peter Croonenbroeck, Anne Suffel, Jonathan Spanos). Free speakers breaking: Philipp Stiel, Lukas Windhager and Dominic Hildebrand. The top-of-the-tab team Xavers Zamperl from Munich (Franziska Schuster-Städter, Almut Graebsch, Jan-Felix Schneider)were not eligible to break since the broke something else: the pro-am rule. The fresher in the team must not have started debating before September 2011. Read more on this in the German version of this article.
Dec 10th, 2011 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | Mit einem Kommentar

Streitkultur Cup 2011: Starting now

Germany's oldest debating society is becoming 20 years - celebrations of the anniversarystarting this weekend. Please read the German version of this article to learn more about the details.
Dec 9th, 2011 | By | Category: Turniere | Mit einem Kommentar

20 years of debating in Tübingen

20 years of debating in TübingenDebating in Germany is just 20 years old - the oldest debating society being Streitkultur Tübingen, founded in 1991. For their anniversary they take a whole weekend to celebrate. Kick-off for the celebrations is a show debate between on one side Ansgar Kemmann and Thomas Schwarz Wentzer, of the generation of the founding fathers, and on the other side Philipp Stiel and Peter Croonenbroeck, winner of the German national championship 2010. The show debate will take place on Friday, December 9. Guest of honor will be Asfa-Wossen Asserate, honorary senator of the University of Tübingen and grandnephew of Haile Selassie. The ...
Dec 5th, 2011 | By | Category: Turniere | Comments Off on 20 years of debating in Tübingen

Vote for Tübingen or Stuttgart

DiBa, a German Bank, is goinig to awardthe 1.000 most popular societies with a price of 1.000 euros each. Help voting for the two debating societies Streitkultur Tübingen and Debattierclub Stuttgart. Read the German version of this articles to learn the details.
Nov 11th, 2011 | By | Category: Turniere | mit 4 Kommentaren

Streitkultur-Cup 2011

Streitkultur Tübingen is becoming 20 - and celebrating this anniversary with a huge Streitkultur Cup on December 9 to 11. Be part of it and read the German version of this to learn more about it.
Oct 14th, 2011 | By | Category: Termine, Turniere | Comments Off on Streitkultur-Cup 2011

Revised materials for OPD training

Revised materials for OPD trainingAfter the the rules for OPD (a format called Offene Parlamentarische Debatte which is widely spread in Germany) have been revised, so have the materials for introduction and training. Streitkultur Tübingen have made the documents available on their homepage.
Aug 28th, 2011 | By | Category: Turniere | Comments Off on Revised materials for OPD training

Format OPD subject to updates

The Committee on OPD Rules (Regelkommission) sat and adapted a few changes. OPD? Yepp, that's the most popular format of debating on the German language circuit: Offene Parlamentarische Debatte, or open parliamentary debate (OPD). It was founded in 2002 and since then updated whenever necessary. The authors of the set of rules are Bernd Rex, Ansgar Kemmann and Michael Hoppmann, all of them debaters from Streitkultur Tübingen, Germany's oldest deb soc. Included in the set is now the permission to use electronic devices such as smart phones during prep time - or more exactly: the convenors may decided upon the permission ...
Aug 23rd, 2011 | By | Category: Turniere | mit 7 Kommentaren

Galway Euros 2011: Facts and Figures

Since we guess that our appreciated readers follow us on Twitter your head will most probably be replete with impressions from Galway Euros. But what are the facts and figures about the European Universities Debating Championships (EUDC or Euros)? Or maybe you have been there yourself and want to sort things out now? Your Achte Minute team provides you with all you might want to know - and even beyond. By the way, you still might wanna follow the Hashtag #EUDC on Twitter - you'll find funny stories and how everybody copes with the ...
Aug 16th, 2011 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | mit 6 Kommentaren

New executive board in Tübingen

The debating society of Tübingen, Germany, has elected a new executive board: Marie Rulfs is new president. Deputies are Konrad Gütschow, Mark Schönhaar, Helen Y. Pan and Sarah John. ...
Jul 1st, 2011 | By | Category: News of debating clubs | Comments Off on New executive board in Tübingen

They made it: World record in non-stop debating

Tübingen made it: A new world record in non-stop debating! The brave debaters are Pauline Leopold, Steffen Jenner (runner-ups to this year's German Debating Championship), Peter Croonenbroeck (German champion 2010), Sebastian Frankenberger (chair of the German party ÖPD), Boris Konrad (world record in competitive memory) and Roman Kremer (candidate for Die Piraten in the German Federal State of Baden-Württemberg). They have been debating 44 hours without a break. Please read the German version of this to learn about the motions and other details.
Jun 26th, 2011 | By | Category: Themen | mit 2 Kommentaren

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