[eDebate] Great Weekend in Baltimore
Mon Sep 15 10:45:32 CDT 2008
Speaking for both my partner and I, the Towson tournament was a great way to
start the year. Going to a tournament without having any idea of what to
expect, Towson's debaters, coaches, and Andy Ellis allowed my partner and I
to relive an event we've truly missed. The tournament was fun, diverse,
exciting, and full of engagement (both from the teams and judges). I'd also
like to thank all of the teams that showed support of our attempt
at starting up new programs and debating together.
Cheers to the start of a great upcoming year to all.
Drexel University/Swarthmore College Debate
On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 11:18 AM, NEIL BERCH <berchnorto at msn.com> wrote:
> Thanks to Andy, as well as Beth and the Towson debaters, for a great
> that combined keen competition and a wide diversity of arguments in a very
> congenial and supportive atmosphere. And let everyone be clear on one
> thing: the gentlemen from Drexel and Swarthmore will be a force to be
> reckoned with!
> --Neil Berch
> West Virginia University
> >From: "Beth Skinner" <beth.skinner at gmail.com>
> >To: edebate <edebate at ndtceda.com>
> >Subject: [eDebate] Great Weekend in Baltimore
> >Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2008 10:24:19 -0400
> >Thanks to Andy Ellis, Y.O.U.R.S. and Baltimore College Debate for a
> >great season opener. Congrats to Western Connecticut, Richmond, NYU,
> >West Virginia and especially the new Drexel and Swarthmore debaters.
> >For about $300 in entry fees Towson teams got almost 60 rounds, high
> >quality judge feedback, plus breakfast, lunch and snacks. This model
> >works well. Looking forward to the next one in November. Beth
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