2016 Huber Debates at the University of Vermont

Finals

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Gabby Stillman (’20), Ben Frazer (’18), Reefat Aziz (KEY’17), and Graeme McGuire (T5’19) argue the opposition bench for the motion THR the decline of Black Militant Groups (i.e. the Black Panther Party, the Black Liberation Army)

Gabby and Ben, as the Opening Opposition, won the round and consequently the tournament.

Semifinals

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Reefat Aziz (KEY’17) and Graeme McGuire (T5’19), on Closing Opposition, argue against the motion THBT the Kurdish people should abandon attempts to establish an independent state, in favour of seeking greater political inclusion in Turkey and Iraq

Quarterfinals

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Chris Perkins (’17), Miriam Kohn (’17), Reefat Aziz (KEY’17), and Graeme McGuire (T5’19) argue the opposition bench for the motion In regions with severe, widespread violence against women, THS acts of vigilante justice in response to gendered assaults (Ireland, Egypt)