9AM Lecture- Liberal Arts Room 213- Counterplans. Lab Assignments after the lecture
1PM- Demo Debate- LAR 213 followed by labs.
6PM Return to Labs
Power point slides from the lecture.
9AM Lecture- Liberal Arts Room 213- Case Debate and Disadvantages. Lab Assignments after the lecture
1PM- Lab Bunas’s Lab- Liberal Arts 219; Loghry and Yost’s Lab Liberal Arts 217; Moore and Fifelski’s Lab LAR 215
6PM Return to Labs
Just a few more days until the CODI. Our parking department has asked me to get a count of the number of people who will need parking permits for the week. If you are staying in the dorms and will have a vehicle on campus for the week you will need a permit. If you are a commuter and will be parking your car on campus all day you will also need a . . .
Just as a reminder for all of the students attending the CODI, a laptop computer with Microsoft Word is needed for the debate camp. If you do not have a computer and would like to borrow one from the UCO debate team please contact Matt Moore (email@example.com)
10 days until camp! I hope everyone is as excited and ready for a great week. A few notes to help out with planning in the final days.
Remember, full payment is due prior to the start of camp. Please make sure payments are sent in ASAP so we can pay our excellent staff and for your dorm rooms and supplies.
Registration for dorm residents . . .
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