Busy Week Ahead – Last Week of November at DKWien

Winter comes and can be tough on health. Debating is the best vaccine against poor argumentation these month, so make sure you get your shot at our training sessions.

Winter comes and can be tough on health. Debating is the best vaccine against poor argumentation these months, so make sure you get your shot at our training sessions.

Upcoming week will be a little bit more busy than usual for DKWien. On the one hand we have some extra events additional to our normal sessions, on the other hand there is a number of teams heading out to no less than four tournaments. Here is a short overview for you to stay informed.

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First, we want to remind you that the best way to keep track of everything that happens at DKWien is being part of the DKWien crowd. So, if you are there regularly, we very much encourage you to become a member (as in the formal sense). For officially becoming part of the crowd it really doesn’t matter how often you come, how long you will be staying in Vienna, how long you plan to be part of regular debates, whether you are member at other societies, whether your favourite colour is red or not – just email or message Elisabeth and she will be very happy to send you the magical form that grants you entry to the world of DKWien with all its benefits. Membership fee is only 10 EUR per semester (which we need in order to set up cool stuff), and the best thing about becoming a member is that Elli will add you to the Members’ Group on facebook – so you won’t need to rely on articles like this anymore to stay up-to-date!

So what’s up this week?

Monday. As usual German Training kicks off the week at DKWien – drop by at 7pm in SEM 43, Juridicum to be part of it!

Tuesday. Argument junkies, here is your extra dose! Since there are so many people going to tournaments these weeks, we put up an extra training debate at 7:30pm in HS 48, University of Vienna. Debate slots are already full, but judges are still very much invited to come! They will receive excellent training by Andreas Prischl, who is a multiple breaking adjudicator. Facebook Event

Wednesday – 1. Our German Debating Crew will match against a team from the AFA Vienna in the ‘Wiener Derby’. The AFA is another Viennese Debating society that mainly focuses on  German speaking OPD debates. Of course we hope that our mixed crew of freshers and pros will perform superbly. The debate will be held in German in a 3 VS 3 format. If you want to watch the battle live, be at the AFA Headquarters at Stallburg at 7pm and support our team as strongly as you can! Facebook Event

Wednesday – 2. Wednesday is BP Debating day and nothing can change this. This week’s Wednesday Training will be led by EUDC breaking debater Christoph Jäger, who will deliver an input on economics. We start at 7pm (sharp) in 4.14 as usual, and there will be parallel pro-am debates. The only real difference this week is that Stefan won’t be able to practice his terrible handwriting on the Smart Board, since he’s already off to Cork. Yet this will hardly impact your training negatively.

Due to the absence of several Vienna EUDC crew (namely Jakob, Gwen, Andreas, Stefan), there will not be a Vienna EUDC meeting before the session. Vienna EUDC meetings resume 4/12/2013 at 5:30pm. However, there is still an important reason for you to come early. There will be a Vienna IV Org Com meeting at 5:45pm and everyone is very invited to take part!

Weekend: DKWien on Tournaments

Germany. Lisa and Christoph are going to represent us at the Schröter Cup in Berlin on Saturday. We hope that they will be able to show the German Freshers where the Bartl gets the Cider (as we tend to say in Austria “Wo der Bartl den Most holt”).

The Netherlands. Our legionaries Richard and Callum are off to Utrecht on the weekend to rock the tab at UCU Open for DKWien.

Ireland. As hinted above, we send teams to Cork. Andreas and Stefan will represent us at the Cork Invitational on Thursday, Madlen will join them for the Cork IV on Saturday and Friday.

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