Jan/Feb Videos 2012: Sarah Sachs v Annie Zhu

The NSD Update Video Hub is back, with more coverage of the Jan/Feb topic. Coverage will be ramping back up again in the coming weeks, leading up to videos from the 2012 TOC.

Previously-posted videos can be viewed off-site at the following locations.
Videos from the 2011 LD Debate Season collection can be viewed here: http://vimeo.com/channels/ldseason2011.
Videos from the 2012 LD Debate Season collection can be viewed here: http://vimeo.com/channels/ldseason2012.
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The first featured round is the following: Sarah Sachs of College Prep (CA) affirms against Annie Zhu of Hockaday (TX) in semifinals of the 2012 Hockaday Women’s Round Robin.

For on-site navigation, we are now using this scrollable archive that allows you to access all videos from the 2011-12 season without navigating to the hub itself. Simply select a video by flipping through the thumbnails of rounds, then click play to view. Clicking the title of the round (the text highlighted in blue) allows you to navigate to the hub if you wish to read the round’s description, add a comment, or download the file.

  • Anonymous

    wait wat is the difference between this video and the one with annie?

  • is anyone flying through Cincinnati next Monday night. 4/30. after TOC elims? looking for 3 seats. whitman will handsomely reimburse you.

  • Anonymous

    My parents and I are uncomfortable with parts of the video being online right now that exist regardless of the strategies implemented. I am sorry if this inconvenienced anybody. Stephanie Franklin had nothing to do with this at all and as a good friend of hers I find your accusations unkind and unnecessary.

  • Anonymous

    Why did the first video (Sachs v. Franklin) get taken down? Is there a legitimate reason, or is Whitman just concerned that people will see their arguments? Because that’s already happened with Greenhill, and I hope we aren’t so anti-disclosure that the top debaters are afraid to be recorded for educational purposes.

    • Anonymous

      Sarah requested the video be taken down. I comply with requests to remove content, as I’ve described before, so it is down for now.

    • Obviously Whitman requested that the video be taken down, because we want to keep everybody in the dark about the strategies we used all topic. We are Whitman after all, of course it’s us.

    • Anonymous

      Ok, I overreacted and jumped to conclusions because something similar had happened before. My bad, everyone.