Go to Sleep by Lawrence Zhou

Lawrence Zhou is a graduate assistant at the University of Wyoming, head coach of Team Wyoming, and an assistant coach at Apple Valley High School. He was formerly the Director of Lincoln-Douglas Debate at Victory Briefs. Need to convince debaters to sleep, especially during tournaments? Send them this card file. Back when I was coaching […]

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Why Doc Formatting Matters by Lawrence Zhou

Lawrence Zhou is a graduate assistant at the University of Wyoming, head coach of Team Wyoming, and an assistant coach at Apple Valley High School. He was formerly the Director of Lincoln-Douglas Debate at Victory Briefs. In this unsolicited diatribe, Lawrence rants about the importance of formatting your documents in a professional and consistent manner, […]

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Post-COVID Debate: What to Expect by Serena Mao

The Opinions Expressed In This Post Are Those of the Author And Not Necessarily Those Of Victory Briefs. It’s been a bit over a year since the virtual UKTOC: the tournament that kickstarted an unprecedented season of e-debate. Since then, competitive high school debate has consisted of a whirlwind of new norms, workarounds, technical difficulties, […]

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Equity in Public Forum Debate: A Critique of Theory

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