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MDAW 2011. Welcome. **STAFF INTRODUCTIONS**. Residence Halls. Mari Vangen-Adams, Chief Executive, Twin Cities Youth Programming Mariah Donnelly Izak Gallini-Matyas. Lab Leaders. Tim Edstrom Laura Johnson Tamar Kaplan Jane Munksgaard Kelly Nickel Sam Oxborough Talon Powers

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Mdaw 2011

MDAW 2011


Residence halls
Residence Halls

  • Mari Vangen-Adams, Chief Executive, Twin Cities Youth Programming

  • Mariah Donnelly

  • Izak Gallini-Matyas

Lab leaders
Lab Leaders

  • Tim Edstrom

  • Laura Johnson

  • Tamar Kaplan

  • Jane Munksgaard

  • Kelly Nickel

  • Sam Oxborough

  • Talon Powers

  • RohanSadagopal

  • Eric Short

  • Brittany Williams

Director types

  • Mike Baxter-Kauf

  • Amy Cram Helwich (Executive Director, MNUDL)

  • David Cram Helwich

Camp policies safety security
**CAMP POLICIES****Safety & Security**

  • Illegal stuff is out—alcohol, drugs, fireworks, explosives, weapons, etc.

  • Hazing and bullying are out (duh)

  • Messing with fire alarms, elevators, etc., or pranking 9/11 will cost you a ton of money

  • You break it, you buy it

  • Keep your doors shut and locked, and do not leave personal property unattended in a classroom or lounge

  • Report any problems/concerns IMMEDIATELY to a staff member—our job is to fix things

  • Work to make sure that our environment is comfortable for everyone

  • Dorm check @ 11p, must be in dorm by 10p

More rules
“More Rules”

  • Keep noise to a reasonable level—headphones?

  • Do not prop open doors

  • If you lose a meal card ($5+), lanyard ($5+), or key ($95+), your parents will not be happy

  • You MUST keep your door open if someone other than you or your roommate is in the room

  • Pick up after yourself, especially in the common areas

  • Fire hot, fire burn—no candles, halogen lamps, Weber grills, ,etc.

  • You cannot leave campus without permission—EVEN IF you have your parents’ permission, you must “check out” with a staffperson first

  • There is no official “lights out,” but we reserve the right to implement one if necessary

  • Poker is not mandatory, but is strongly recommended

Things to know 1
Things to Know #1

  • Unless informed otherwise, all meals are in the Christensen Center’s cafeteria on the 2nd floor

  • Jimmy John’s is considered to be “off campus”

  • If you need to leave for any reason, you MUST check out with a staff member

  • Cell phone reception is the basement of Foss sucks—make sure your parents know this, so they do not assume you have disappeared when you do not answer right away

  • You can find evidence, facebook, and torrenting on teh internets. You were given a password at registration. Please don’t lose it

Things to know 2
Things to Know #2

  • Be on time. Camp cannot run if you are not on time—feel like inconveniencing 85 people? Don’t do it.

  • We typically have the computer labs reserved in Sverdrup (201, 205, all day)—we will let you know when/if this is not the case

  • If lectures are designated as “Advanced” or “Beginner,” you can pick which one you attend

  • Bring note-taking materials and your practice evidence to all lectures, skill sessions, lab groups, and practice debates

The evidence set
The Evidence Set

  • AFF: Asteroids

  • CASENEG: Asteroids

  • DISAD: Budget

  • DISAD: Space Debris

  • DISAD: Weaponization

  • K: Capitalism=Bad

  • You will receive a supplement (Politics DA, CP) on Tuesday

Typical camp day
“Typical” Camp Day

  • Breakfast, 7:30-9:00a

  • Lecture, 9:00-10:00a

  • Aff Lab, 10:00a-noon

  • Lunch, noon-1:00p

  • Lecture/Skill Session, 1:00-2:30p

  • Neg Lab, 2:30-4:30p

  • Speed Drills, 4:30-5:00p

  • Dinner, 5:00-6:30p

  • Practice Round, 6:30-9:00

  • Dorm Check, 11:00 (in room, must be in hall by 10:oop)

Tomorrow s schedule
Tomorrow’s Schedule

  • 8-8:45a Breakfast (Urness)

  • 9:00-10:30a Lecture: Topic Overview (SaternAud)

  • 10:30a-noon Skill Session: Electronic Research (SVE 201 & 205)

  • 12:00-1:00p Lunch

  • 1:00-3:00p Demo Debate (SaternAud)

  • 3:00-5:00p Affirmative Lab

  • 5:00-6:30p Dinner

  • 6:30-8:30 Negative Lab

  • 11:00p Dorm Check

If need to know about
If need to know about…

  • Dorm-related stuff—ask Mari first

  • Program-related stuff—ask DCram (651.307.6980) or Baxter (651.295.0479), or a staff person if they are not around

  • Money, permissions, etc—ask Amy (651.307.5773), else DCram/Baxter

Lab groups
Lab Groups

  • Affirmative

    • Asteroids [Sam/Tim]

    • SETI/Exopolitics [MBK, Tamar)

    • Space Solar Power [Brittany/Kelly/Rohan]

    • Weaponization [DCram, Lav]

  • Negative

    • AstroK [EShort/Lav]

    • Budget [Sam/Tim]

    • China [Jane/Rohan]

    • Politics [Brittany/Talon]

    • Private Actor CP [Kelly/Tamar]