Sunday, July 1, 2007

Video: University of Illinois Restarts Debate Program


Les Lynn from Chicago sent me this video that tries to promote the fledgling debate program at Illinois. It uses old footage, the College Sports Television footage of the NDT as well as Urban Debate League footage from the CBS 60 Minutes story. It is an interesting watch.

Les says:

The University of Illinois -- Urbana/Champaign began competing in NDT debate in 2005, after more than 15 years off of the intercollegiate debate circuit. The restoration of the U. of I. debate society is being led by Student Senator Chime Asonye and Forrest Sumlar. Chime and Forrest are juniors, and both UDL graduates. This is a video representation of their advocacy and vision for the debate society at the University of Illinois.

There are three ways to watch this video, in the order we suggest you use:
1. Right click on the link to download, drag it into your iTunes application, watch it in full screen mode. Once it is downloaded you can watch it now, save it for later, or put it on another computer.
2. Right click on the link to download and then watch it using your QuickTime application.
3. Click on the link and watch it in a small browser window while it downloads.

Click to view or right click to save to your hard drive:
http://www.uvm.edu/~debate/watch/illinoisdebate.m4v

To see everything in the new videos file, go to
http://www.uvm.edu/~debate/watch/

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