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. […]

Nationals 2010 Finals: Harvard BE v. Hopkins SW

Case: Is it morally permissible for religious parents to raise their children in silence if these children get “magic empathy” as a result? Opp chose “No”. Government: Harvard BE PM: Kyle Bean MG: Cormac Early Opposition: Hopkins SW LO: Vivek Suri MO: Sean Withall [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Hopkins SW won.[/expand]

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]

Maryland 2013 Finals: Harvard A v. Brown MF

Case: You are the Second Continental Congress in May of 1775, after the battles of Lexington and Concord. You should form a peace agreement with the British instead of going to war, caveating that such a deal is possible. Government: Harvard A PM: Shomik Ghosh MG: Josh Zoffer Opposition: Brown MF LO: Alex Mechanick MO: […]