GW I 2013-14 Finals: Harvard GZ v. Yale BB

Case: Should the film makers of Zero Dark Thirty have exaggerated the role torture played in the finding and killing of Osama Bin Laden? Gov: Harvard Chief Mango PM: Shomik Ghosh MG: Josh Zoffer Opp: Yale BB LO: Zach Bakal MO: Mike Barton [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Winner: Harvard Chief Mango, 5-0.[/expand]

Stanford 2013 Finals: Chicago A v. LMU A

Case: A genie comes to you and offers you one of two wishes: A GPS-style guide to an attainable goal of your choice, or the answer to what your life’s purpose is. Which should you choose? Opp chose to learn the purpose of one’s life. Government: Chicago A PM: Jon Haderlein MG: Alice Li Opposition: […]

BU 2013 Quarterfinals: Syracuse A v. Swarthmore A

Case: The US should not provide copyrights or patents to the makers of fashion designs. Government: Syracuse A PM: David Kopel MG: Samm Costello Opposition: Swarthmore A LO: Andrew Waks MO: David Mok-Lamme [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Syracuse A won.[/expand] Thanks to Kopel for the recording.

Tufts 2010 Quarterfinals: Yale KM v. Yale CT

Case: The United States should not fund the National Endowment of the Arts. Government: Yale KM PM: Michael Magdzik MG: Ben Kornfeld Opposition: Yale CT LO: Robert Colonel MO: David Trinh [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Yale CT won on a 3-0 decision.[/expand] Thanks to David Trinh for the recording.

BU 2007 Finals: Brandeis ST v. Harvard BC

Case: Eliminate natural disasters and diseases or all intentional physical violence? Opp chose violence. Government: Brandeis ST PM: Joel Todoroff MG: Mark Samburg Opposition: Harvard BC LO: Zach Cafritz MO: Mike Birnbaum [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Harvard BC won.[/expand] Thanks to Ashley woods and Alex Amar for recovering this video. Mirror Link 1 Mirror Link 2

Brown 2004 Finals: Harvard KW v. Cornell A

Case: You are establishing an ethical religion; should you suggest that man is naturally good or naturally evil? Opp chose good. Government: Harvard KW PM: David Kimel MG: Jason Wen Opposition: Cornell A LO: Robert Glunt MO: David Schoonover [expand title=””Results”” notitle=””true”” trigclass=””arrowright””]Harvard KW won.[/expand] Thanks to Robert Glunt, for filming and donating this recording. […]

Demo Round (2006): Hopkins MB v. W&M A

Note: This recording is in two parts. Case: In the criminal law, should ignorance of the law be a deciding factor in a defendant’s culpability? Opp said, “No.” Government: Hopkins MB PM: Michael Mayernick MG: Jon Bateman Opposition: W&M A LO: Chris Ford MO: Robbie Pratt [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Unknown won.[/expand]