Stoa TP Webinar with Greg Rehmke!

Stoa TP Webinar with Greg Rehmke!

Calling all Stoa TP Debaters! If you are looking for a spring case idea, or want help researching opponents cases, join Ethos Debate Fellow, Gregory Rehmke as he unpacks the Stoa TP resolution, and how you need to attack it. What cases are good, which ones are GREAT,...
The Unrivaled Success of Ethos Debate

The Unrivaled Success of Ethos Debate

One of the most common questions we field is “why Ethos?” Feel free to take a look at our comprehensive model of education and debate here. But beyond that, the questioner usually is trying to ask one of two things: Why should I get coaching period? Why should I...
BAM – Miscommunication!

BAM – Miscommunication!

This post talks about communication in the real world. As you read, though, think about how these principles apply to debate and speech. As you practice these concepts in competition, you’re actually strengthening your conversations with family, friends, and...
Resolved: In a democracy, the public’s right to know ought to be valued above the right to privacy of candidates for public office (Negative)

Resolved: In a democracy, the public’s right to know ought to be valued above the right to privacy of candidates for public office (Negative)

Resolved: In a democracy, the public’s right to know ought to be valued above the right to privacy of candidates for public office. This topic prep is meant to stimulate ideas (and give resources) rather than hand feed you contentions to run. Check the additional...