MHL Workshop 10/5 at Bronx Science
Free all-day "institute" for novices and second-year students in PF, LD and Policy.
11/2 Season Opener MHL at Central HS in Newark (246 18th Avenue)
First annual event, with novice and JV divisions of Policy, PF and LD, plus dedicated "First-Timers" division in all 3 (numbers permitting). NOTE: Novice LD will debate the northeast novice resolution (civil disobedience), JV LD will debate Nov-Dec resolution.
11/9 MHL @ Vassar (Arthur S. May Elementary School, 25 Raymond Avenue, Poughkeepsie, NY)
We recommend sending your varsity to the one, and bringing up your young 'uns for the other one. NOTE: Novice LD will debate the Civil Disobedience novice resolution, JV LD will debate Nov-Dec resolution.
11/15-16 Bump Tournament at Hendrick Hudson
Not an MHL event but including a novice LD division debating the northeast novice topic. (VLD on Nov-Dec topic.)
11/23 "Little Lexington"
Not officially an MHL but strongly recommended for teams able to travel; housing is available Friday night. Last chance for the "Modest Novice" topic.
Another invitational not affiliated with MHL, but offering novice LD.
12/7 Eastside High School, Newark.
Novices: say hello to the Nov-Dec resolution.
12/13-14 Ridge Invitational.
Another non-MHL event, but including novice divisions.
Non-MHL, but with novice divisions. Note one-time move to this early date due to Superbowl conflict (motel rooms are prohibitively expensive that weekend).
1/10-11 Bobcat at Byram Hills
The major tournament, but with novice divisions.
2/1, MHL at Horace Mann
2/7-8 Scarsdale (LD and PF).
Another non-MHL event, but including a novice LD division. And in some rounds, the varsity debaters judge the novices.
Another non-MHL college event, including a novice division. For those who do not want the angst of Cambridge this weekend.
2/22 MHL Grand Championship Blowout @ Bronx Science.
An invitational including novice divisions.
March 29-30, NYSDCA State Tournament at Bronx Science.
Schools with room available are strongly urged to host. It can be a nice money-maker for you (selling lunch/candy/water) and a fun event for your debaters to be on the other side of the tournament business. Host schools get free registration at their own venue. You provide the rooms, we provide the tournament!