Monthly Archives: January 2015

Enter this week’s Candidates!!!!!

Dear Warriors,

You are invited to come, watch and question the six candidates of the week who have been selected, at random, to attempt to defend the following positions on Thursday 29th December at 6pm in the Courtroom:

1. That you only exist in my imagination – Nehal Mangrio

2. That sports stars are overpaid – Emel Hamit

3. That to stop the population boom, a contraceptive should be placed into the water supply – Kiranpreet Kaur

4. That Russell Brand is an imbecile – Tari

5. That there is no such thing as freedom – Mariam Bafo

6. That the world is 5000 years old – Jason Tang

NB. Candidates are picked at random: (i) If a candidate has requested a position that is not available, he/she has been assigned a different position; (ii) If you have requested to participate and were not picked, please apply for the next special ‘Environmental Issues’-themed WoW taking place on Thursday 12th February – positions will be advertised a few days prior, as usual.

Don’t forget that there will be the weekly law social at Club DeHavilland straight afterwards at 7pm.

See you Thursday!

First 2015 Weekly WoW positions released!!!

Dear Warriors,

I am delighted to release the Weekly WoW positions for NEXT THURSDAY, to be held in the Courtroom at 6pm on 19th January.

If you would like to defend any of these positions, please volunteer, using the ‘comments’ box below, and I will assign you a position at random (subject to availability):

1. That you only exist in my imagination

2. That sports stars are overpaid

3. That to stop the population boom, a contraceptive should be placed into the water supply

4. That Russell Brand is an imbecile

5. That there is no such thing as freedom

6. That the world is 5000 years old

You will need to consider the position, research it carefully and then defend it for one minute – then be subjected to questions from the audience. You will be marked on three criteria; (i) content – what you say initially and in response to questions; (b) presentation – how you say it; (c) popularity – the public vote. The judge’s decision is final – and I will be your judge!

As usual, the weekly law social in Club DeHavilland will take place straight afterwards from 7pm onwards.

See you on Thursday!

Dan