Posts Tagged ‘ St. Gallen ’

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

New old executive board in St. Gallen

No change at the Swiss Debating Club St. Gallen this time: Julian Bodenschatz, Martin Kirsch, Fabian Schmidt-Skipiol and president Andrej Woerner have been re-elected again. Congratulations and good luck with your work!
Mar 1st, 2012 | By | Category: News of debating clubs | Comments Off on New old executive board in St. Gallen

DDM 2011: Nachlese 1

Learn about what the media in Germany and beyond have to say about the German Debating Championship, or Deutsche Debattiermeisterschaft (DDM) 2011. Please read the German version of this bit. Find the tabs of DDM online: The one after prelims and the final tab. ...
Jun 16th, 2011 | By | Category: Presseschau, VDCH | mit 8 Kommentaren

DDM 2011: Breaks to semis

For teams qualified for semis of the Deutsche Debattiermeisterschaft (DDM), or German Debating Championship. Read here who competed on a sunny Sunday morning for the title of Deutscher Meister. The motion read "Brauchen wir einen europäischen Marshallplan für Nordafrika?", or "Do we need a Marshall Plan for North Africa?". ...
Jun 12th, 2011 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | Comments Off on DDM 2011: Breaks to semis

DDM 2011: Breaks to quarters

The German Debating Championship is getting more and more exciting. The motion reads "Soll die Wikipedia Weltkulturerbe werden?", or "Should Wikiepedia become World Heritage?". Read here who made it to quarters in Heidelberg: ...
Jun 11th, 2011 | By | Category: Themen, Turniere | Comments Off on DDM 2011: Breaks to quarters

DDM 2011: Breaks to octos

This article is not available in English. Please read the German version to learn about which teams, free speakers and adjudicators made it to octos at the Deutsche Debattiermeisterschaft (DDM), or German Championship in Heidelberg. ...
Jun 11th, 2011 | By | Category: Turniere | Comments Off on DDM 2011: Breaks to octos

New executive board in St. Gallen

The debating society DebatingClub St. Gallen convened for its board elections and elected a new board:  Martin Kirsch, Adrej Woerner have been newly elected, Raffael Rimpf and Julian Bodenschatz (now President) will join the Board for a second period. Congratulations and good luck with your work! mis / glx
May 30th, 2011 | By | Category: News of debating clubs | Mit einem Kommentar

The most successful debating societies of the World / Stuttgart VDCH’s best deb soc

“Oxbridge“ among the top ten debating societies of the world? Of course, one may assume to find those two oldest deb socs in that list – but who else is to be listed there? Colm Flynn, former chair of the WUDC Council, is the founder and editor of the internet blog World Debating Website. There he has published his “Worlds Debating Rankings 2011“. According to this, the top ten comprises four Australian institutions and only two English ones – Oxford and Cmabridge Unions. Even an institution from the Philippines is listed among them. The most successful debating society from under ...
Mar 31st, 2011 | By | Category: Turniere | Mit einem Kommentar

Bayreuth saves the SDM!

Bayreuth saves the SDM! The Southern German championship (SDM) 2011 will be staged in Bayreuth. After DebattierClub St. Gallen had to cancel their plans to host the SDM – due to an international conference they have no rooms for prelims – Debattierclub Bayreuth (DCBT) will now fill in for the Swiss to save the competition for the southern part of German speaking debate societies. However, accommodating debaters appropriately makes it necessary to reschedule that tournament: Debaters from southern Germany, Austria, Switzerland and northern Italy will have to come to Bayreuth on the weekend of 9 and 10 April. Usually being held simultaneously, the other regional ...
Feb 8th, 2011 | By | Category: Termine, Turniere | Comments Off on Bayreuth saves the SDM!

10th season of ZEIT DEBATTEN series

10th season of ZEIT DEBATTEN seriesThe next season of the German debating ZEIT DEBATTEN series is set: the general assembly of VDCH, the Association of Debating Societies at Universities, came together in August and decided upon dates and locations of four ZEIT DEBATTEN tournaments, four regional championships and the German debating championship (DDM) 2011. An overview over the coming season 2010/11 is provided here: ...
Aug 27th, 2010 | By | Category: Turniere, VDCH | mit 3 Kommentaren

Die ZEIT DEBATTEN und Regionalmeisterschaften 2010/2011

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Aug 21st, 2010 | By | Category: Turniere, VDCH | mit 2 Kommentaren

A hot tournament – an insight into the Tilbury House Summer Open

32 teams found themselves in tropical heat - far above 32 Celsius - when they gathered in Cologne, Germany for the Tilbury House Summer Open on the first weekend in July. Tilbury House, the organizers, had forecast that weather and thankfully supplied the thirsty debaters with ample cool Kölsch (the local type of beer), of which there was no shortage even during the debates. Teams hailing from nine different countries fought in five preliminary rounds, a semifinal and a final over topics such as the legalization of drugs, the right to strike and - in the final - the European ...
Jul 12th, 2010 | By | Category: Turniere | Comments Off on A hot tournament – an insight into the Tilbury House Summer Open

Neuer Vorstand in St. Gallen

Der DebatingClub St. Gallen hat am 27. Mai einen neuen Vorstand gewählt. Künftig wird Daniel Hosie, bisher bereits im Vorstand zuständig für Protokoll und Turniere, dem Club als Präsident vorstehen. An seiner Seite arbeiten Raffael Rimpf (Turniere und Protokollführer), Julian Bodenschatz (IT und Marketing) sowie Thomas Rottmoser ( Sponsoring und Kassier). Gratulation zur Wahl und viel Erfolg bei der Arbeit!
May 28th, 2010 | By | Category: News of debating clubs | Comments Off on Neuer Vorstand in St. Gallen

Regios Nachlese 3

DKW auf der SDM 2010Paderborn berichtet von der Nord-, Wien und Karlsruhe von der Süd- und Münster von der Westdeutschen Meisterschaft im Hochschuldebattieren. Einhelliges Urteil: Tolle Turniere. ...
Apr 23rd, 2010 | By | Category: Presseschau, Turniere | Comments Off on Regios Nachlese 3

3. Professorendebatte in St. Gallen

3. Professorendebatte in St. GallenAm Dienstag, 2. März, wird im schweizerischen St.Gallen zum dritten Mal eine Showdebatte zwischen Professoren und Studenten ausgetragen. Um 20.15 Uhr messen sich drei Mitglieder des VDCH-Clubs DebatingClub St. Gallen mit der "Creme de la Creme der Professoren" (so der DC St. Gallen): Günter Müller-Stewens, Ulrike Landfester, Anne van Aaken. Es werden zwei Themen zur Wahl gestellt, wobei sich das Publikum für eines entscheiden kann: "Steuerflucht ist Notwehr" oder "Schwiizerdütsch verpflichtend für alle". Das Duell: Professoren gegen Studenten in St.Gallen Dienstag, 2. März, 20.15 Uhr Universität St. Gallen HSG-Sporthalle (Raum 10-074)
Mar 1st, 2010 | By | Category: News of debating clubs, Termine | Comments Off on 3. Professorendebatte in St. Gallen

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