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Berlin gewinnt Potsdam PULS Punk

Berlin beats Berlin in the Potsdam PULS Punk final on the motion "Should all jobs be payed equally?". The opposition side with Annette Kirste, Emre Yildiz and Franz Müller (Berlin Debating Union) won the palm against the government speakers Kai Dittmann, Arne Windeler and Philipp Cragg (also BDU). The so-called free speakers in the final were Arash Alawi (BDU), Nikolai Badenkoop (Streitkultur Berlin) and Kai Nosbüsch (Debattierclub Stuttgart). Tournament style was the German open parliamentary debate (OPD). The CAs Nils Haneklaus (Debattierclub Stuttgart), Rafael Heinisch (S.A.E.C.L.O. Greifswald) and Christoph Krakowiak (Streitkultur Berlin) had th efollowing motion for the prelims up their sleeves: Round ...
Jun 8th, 2011 | By | Category: Turniere | Comments Off on Berlin gewinnt Potsdam PULS Punk

BaWü 2010 Pickings 1

This article is not available in English. Please read the German version of this article to see what various debating societies say about the BaWü 2010 on their websites! ...
Nov 25th, 2010 | By | Category: Presseschau, Turniere | Comments Off on BaWü 2010 Pickings 1

New club champion in Stuttgart

New club champion in StuttgartNils Haneklaus and Kai Nosbüsch are the new champions of Debattierclub Stuttgart (DCS)! They won the final at Internationales Zentrum in Vaihingen and defeated Isabel Spieth and Sven Hein. The motion read "This house would penalise blasphemy", as is reported on the DCS website. The DCS follows a sophisticated system to nominate the semi-finalists of their internal championship every semester. Debaters have to take part in the weekly debates regularly, either as speaker or as judge, and collect points. At the end of the semester, the club champion is to be found in a semi final and final held in the ...
Nov 4th, 2010 | By | Category: News of debating clubs | mit 2 Kommentaren

New executive board in Stuttgart

The Stuttgart debating club Debattierclub Stuttgart has a new executive board. Nils Haneklaus now is president, Kai Nosbüsch his deputy and Sven Hein treasurer. Congratulations and good luck with your work!
Jul 23rd, 2010 | By | Category: News of debating clubs | Comments Off on New executive board in Stuttgart

DDM 2010 Nachlese 3

Die Achte Minute hat noch ein paar Artikel zusammengesammelt. Hier gibt's was aus Stuttgart, München und Köln zu entdecken, also lest mal rein. ...
Jun 9th, 2010 | By | Category: Presseschau, Turniere, VDCH | Comments Off on DDM 2010 Nachlese 3

Showdebatte der Rederei mit Gästen tanzte in den Mai

Am Walpurgisabend reisten auf Einladung der Rederei Heidelberg Debattanten des Debattierclub Stuttgart und des Debattierclub Hartshornes House Marburg an den Nekar, um in Heidelberg eine Showdebatte zu bestreiten. Drei Marburger traten gegen drei Heidelberger an, die Stuttgarter standen als Freie Redner zu Verfügung. Thema der Debatte war "Sollen EU-Mitgliedsstaaten verpflichtet sein, anderen Mitgliedsstaaten bei Wirtschaftskrisen zu helfen?". Die Debattanten "ernteten kräftigen Applaus von der Heidelberger Studentenbevölkerung", berichter Organisatorin Julia Hein. Nach der Debatte wurde in Heidelbergs berühmter Altstadt gefeiert. In einem Bericht aus Stuttgarter Sicht schreibt Kai Nosbüsch: "Nach der Debatte tanzten wir mit unseren freundlichen Heidelberger Gastgebern in den Mai."
May 6th, 2010 | By | Category: News of debating clubs, Presseschau, Themen | Comments Off on Showdebatte der Rederei mit Gästen tanzte in den Mai

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