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NameDebating PointsService PointsDevelopment PointsTotal Points
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Adam Goodman100010
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Aiden Cheney500050Notes
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Aiman Ijaz500050A summary of the activities that you have earned points for is available under 'Service Points' or 'Debating Points' (as relevant). Each event in which points are earned has its own spreadsheet tab.
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Alex De Araujo12000120
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Alex McManis1302250355If you register for events with different names (eg. your nickname for some and your full name for others), there may be errors in recording your points. Please use only one name to register for events.
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Alex Zhou500050
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Alison Eom100010Development points accrued during USU activities (including Sydney-run minis) will be automatically credited. If you wish to claim development points earned at a non-USU mini, please fill out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/0suRBo3G7cah6WFQ2
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Amishi Handoo500050
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Andreas Orsmond6020155235
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Angus Elliot500050At times, there may be delays in uploading points from various events to this database. Please do not report problems if the spreadsheet tab for the event in which you participated does not show up. Only report a problem if you participated in an event, the event's spreadsheet tab is available, and you do not see your correct information.
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Anna Carissa Burton500050
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Anna Ho600060
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Annabelle Mentzines500050Contact Communications Director Oliver Cummins with any questions or errors (Facebook message or email: ollycummins@gmail.com).
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Arin Tornyi-Aydin130500180
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Arnav Shetty600060Point Challenge Deadlines
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Azhar Khan500050Points for activities earned after these dates but before the trial date will still count towards your totals for fulfilling the minimum points requirement to trial.
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Bella Gerardi0000
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Ben O'Dea70095165AustralsClosed
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Benjamin Fellowes100010Worlds11:59:59pm, 9 October 2019
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Bill Pan500050
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Billie Rogers5003080Points Rules - Last Updated at the 2018 October Committee Meeting
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Bostan Nurlanov150200170No student shall trial without having accumulated at least 50% of the points required in their applicable funding category to attend the tournament. This requirement must be satisfied across all revelant categories.
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Brendan Trinh100010
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Brianna Mifsud100010Points Requirements for Funding
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Catherine Ku7000701Never funded for Australs or Worlds as a debater or adjudicator50 points
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Charlotte Guest5000502Never funded to debate at Australs or Worlds, but previously funded as an adjudicator to Australs and/or Worlds (includes partial funding)100 points, of which at least 50 must be service points
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Charlotte Haunton509015155
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Chenzhao Chen100010
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Chloe Fleming3000303Previously funded to debate at Australs (includes partial funding)150 points, of which at least 100 must be service points
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Chris Mueller200020
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Christopher Skliros70302103104Previously funded to debate at Australs twice or more, or to debate at Worlds, to be funded as either a debater or adjudicator for Australs200 points,
of which at least 150 must be service or development points,
and of which at least 75 must be development points
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Cissy Xu600060
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Coco Chen600060
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Cyan Chen1000105Previously funded to debate at Australs twice or more, or to debate at Worlds, to be funded as either a debater or adjudicator for Worlds250 points,
of which at least 200 must be service or development points, and of which at least 100 must be development points
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Cyril Saji100010
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Damian Young500050
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Daniel Yim7015085
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David Zhu700070Where there is ambiguity over the combination of debating and service points that a triallist may use in fulfilling [the above requirements], the triallist will be consulted as to the combination of points used.
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Dylan Kroft100010
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Eden Blair11518080375
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Elinor Stephenson70950165
Debating Points-Earning Activities
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Ella Finlay1501151504151Debating at internals10 points per debate
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Emily Kim14016503052Debating at a USU hosted tournament10 points per debate
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Emily Liao600060
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Emma Thompson500050Service Points-Earning Activities
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Esha Gupta1000101A 2-hour shift at the Debating Society O-Week stall10 Points
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Felicity Macourt8000802Attend a Schools Day20 Points per session
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Finn McDonagh1000103Attend a Debates Committee meeting as a voting or honorary member20 Points
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Finnegan Waugh900090
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Franco De Joya1000105Select Easters Teams80 Points
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Genevieve Couvret120001206Participate in a public/demonstration debate15 Points
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Grace Wong5000507Tab Direct an entire internal tournament60 Points
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Guy Suttner5000508Adjudicate at an internal tournament (excluding Sydney Open where the person is registered as a debater)10 Points per debate, maximum 40 points
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Hamish Sullivan500050
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Hannah Fabros50005010Chief Adjudicate an entire internal tournament60 Points
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Hao Yang Joshua Mok20002011Convene Easters, Women's, Australs or Worlds100 Points per semester, maximum 200 points
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Harish M000013Select Easters, Australs or Worlds adjudicators40 Points
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Harsha Neelakandan10001014Select Women's teams60 Points
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Helena Gandhi10001016Organise debater trials for Easters, Australs, Wom*n's or Worlds50 Points
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Hugh Bartley140400180
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Hussam Ullah Osmani100010Development Points-Earning Activities
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Ian Reininger1000101Deliver a seminar at Internals30 Points
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Imogen Harper100140185425
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Indigo Crosweller110001102Adjudicate a debate at internals or a training day20 Points
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Isabella Freeland120001203Speak in one debate at internals or a training day as a 'pro' in a 'pro-am' team where the team was assembled by the organisers of the event15 Points in addition to the relevant debating points
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Isabella Gerardi130700200
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Isabella Monardo100210100410
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Isabelle Woodforde7030195295To earn points under clauses 2 and/or 3, the debate must be formed by one of the Development Officers or the Committee member running the internals, and must be approved for points earning by the Development Officers/Wom*n's Officer in consultation with the Director of Debates.
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Jacinta Raheb-Mol500050
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Jacob Dooley500050
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James Elhindi1408002204Mentor an Easters Team80 Points
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James Pacino50240120410The mentor must adjudicate their Easters Team at least three times, and provide ongoing guidance to their team in the lead up to Easters. If a mentor fails to meet this requirement, points may not be awarded.
Subsequent adjudications by the mentor of their team will receive 20 development points per debate, as opposed to the standard 15 points.
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James Stratton90045135
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Jasmine Stewart100010
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Jehannah May70951453105Speak at one 5-round mini as a 'pro' at a 3v3 tournament that is not Sydney Open, in a team containing two or more novices80 Points
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Jim Lam200020
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John Bivell100010
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Jonathan Shaw1000106Speak at one 5-round mini as a 'pro' at a 3v3 tournament that is not Sydney Open, in a team containing one novice40 Points
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Jonathan Skelton100010
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Joshua Chahoud5000507Speak at one 5-round mini as a 'pro' at a BP tournament that is not Sydney Open, in a team containing a novice60 Points
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Joshua Park800080
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Joshua Wong1008001808Speak as a 'pro' at Sydney Open with two novices in a round15 Points per round
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Justin Lai600060For the purposes of clauses 5-8, a novice is defined as a member of the USU Debating Society who has not debated at two or more Easters and not debated at Australs or Worlds, or is in their first year of debating. Where the tournament runs for less than 5 rounds an exemption may be sought from Director of Debates, and all or a portion of the points set out clauses 5-8 may be granted at the Director of Debates’ discretion.
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Kaity Crowe8018515280
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Kat Cheng600060
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Katie Morris100010
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Kenny Chen700070The Director of Debates, in consultation with the USU’s Director of Student Programs, will be able to award Debating and Service Points at their discretion for activities in service of the society that are not included in the above tables.
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Kevin Lee160135245540
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Kireth Sandhu500050Points Challenges
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Lachlan Dunk060060iIndividuals may challenge the accuracy of the record of points earned, kept by the Communications Officer, up until the day registration for trials for Australs or Worlds closes. After that point, if an individual does not challenge, then the points record is deemed to be true and correct for that individual for the purposes of determining whether that individual is eligible to trial for and/or debate at that tournament.
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Liam Thorne1080090
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Liliana Tai1050170230
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Lucy Lester02000200
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Lulu Edwards600060iiIf an individual challenges the record, the Communications Officer should double check the original record of the points-earning activity provided by the responsible member of Committee.
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Maddie Bosler1001525
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Madeleine Bosler150100155405iiiIf the Communications Officer cannot find proof of the points-earning activity, then they should inform the individual as soon as possible. The individual must then prove that they participated in the points earning activity.
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Madeleine King100010
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Madeline King500050ivIf the individual cannot prove that they earned points in the manner they assert, they will not be awarded those points.
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