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kozakism
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« on: October 18, 2012, 06:04:41 PM »

I thought this was posted awhile ago on Tabroom. Apparently not. I apologize for the lateness. Please contact me if there are questions or concerns.

Dates 11/16/2012 – 11/18/2012

POLICY DIVISIONS: We will be hosting Novice, JV, and Open divisions following CEDA guidelines and will follow a 9-3-6-10 format using the national CEDA/NDT topic for the 2012-2013 season. Resolved: The United States Federal Government should substantially reduce restrictions on and/or substantially increase financial incentives for energy production in the United States of one or more of the following: coal, crude oil, natural gas, nuclear power, solar power, wind power. We will allow swing teams to participate as needed and will allow mavericks to compete only after all other possibilities have been exhausted, no more than one per division. Both will be eligible for elimination rounds. We will use a 30 point scale, allowing for tenth of a decimal place, and NO TIES between debaters in the same round. We will follow CEDA’s Council of Tournament’s directions for best practices unless otherwise stated within the invite. Vik Keenan will be responsible for tabbing the Rutgers tournament.

For Friday:
REGISTRATION: Registration for the policy divisions should be done via tabroom.com

$45 per person in attendance. Checks should be made out to “Rutgers-Newark.” In the spirit of participation, teams with small budgets should ask for a fee reduction/waiver depending on their needs.

Uncovered Team:
$30 per round (this however cannot be waived as we need every available judge). We encourage schools to donate extra rounds if possible and/or list themselves as available for hire on tabroom.

We will be accepting registration up until the Wednesday (11/14/12) before the tournament at 6pm. Any changes after that time should be phoned in to 845-978-1173 and/or e-mailed to kozaksim@gmail.com as they occur. Entries should include the names of debaters and which divisions, as well as a list of judges. We will do our best to accommodate late drops but reserve the right to charge as necessary to cover expenses that take place after Thursday (11/15/12) at 5pm EST.


TOURNAMENT HOTEL:
The hotel prices on-line though sites like Hotels.com or expedia.com are still cheaper than any group rate available.

At the moment the best hotel deal I can find is:
Hampton Inn Linden
501 West Edgar Road
Linden, NJ 07036
908-862-3222
Over the phone: $129 a night plus tax. Hotels.com: $101/night  For New Jersey schools you can submit your tax waiver and remove the taxes. Deadline to reserve rooms is - 11/1/2012

The hotel is 15 minutes away. The hotel comes with an all you can eat hot breakfast in the morning and it’s included in the price. At night, the hotel shares the same complex with a Chevys Fresh Tex-Mex, Applebee’s, Starbucks, Burger King, Dragonfly, and Quiznos. All within 2 minutes walking distance of the hotel. There’s even a Home Depot if you need it!!
http://www.milbrookproperties.com/siteimages/Propertyimages/aviation%20marketplace.pdf

That said I have three other recommendations

First is the hotel at Newark Penn Station that is a three-minute drive to campus or those who wish to use public transit campus it is two stops from Penn Station on the Newark Light Rail.

Hilton Newark Penn Station
1048 Raymond Boulevard
Newark, NJ 07102
(973) 622-5000

Just a few more to point you in the right direction:

Hampton Inn & Suites‎
100 Passaic Avenue
Harrison, NJ 07029
(973) 483-1900
Quoted over the phone: $129-139. Hotels.com: $110/night

Best Western Plus Robert Treat Hotel
50 Park Place
Newark, NJ 07102
(973) 622-1000
Quoted over the phone: $160/night. Hotels.com: $112/night

There is a ton of availability that I’m finding cheaper online.

Policy Schedule
Fri, November 16th, 2012
3:30pm – 4:30pm – Hill Hall Registration
4:30pm Pairings for Round 1 & 2**
5:00pm – 7:00pm Round 1**
7:30pm – 9:30pm Round 2

Sat, November 17th, 2012
7:30am Breakfast & pairings for Round 3 & 4 Hill Hall
8:30am – 10:30am Round 3
11:00am – 1:00pm Round 4
12:45pm – 2:30pm Lunch
2:30pm – 4:30pm Round 5
5:00pm – 7:30pm Round 6

Sun, November 18th, 2012
7:00am Breakfast & Pairings and Brackets released Conklin Hall
8:30am – 10:30am Octo-Finals
11:30am – 12:30pm Lunch & Awards
1:00pm – 3:00pm Quarter-Finals
3:30pm – 5:30pm Semi-Finals
6:00pm – 8:00pm Finals


DIRECTIONS:
Hill Hall is directly next to the Paul Robeson Campus Center but Robeson is much move visible in terms of signage so the directions are to the Robeson Center.

To the Paul Robeson Campus Center- From New Jersey Turnpike or Route 95 (North or South). Take exit 15W to Route 280 - West. After drawbridge, take Exit 14B (ML King Blvd.). At bottom of the exit ramp, turn left and continue to stop sign. At stop sign turn left onto King Blvd. (Dr. MLK Jr. Blvd.). Proceed on King Blvd. about four blocks. Robeson Campus Center is on the left, at 350 King Blvd.

From Garden State Parkway (North or South) To Paul Robeson Campus Center. Take exit 145 to Route 280 East, Newark-Harrison. Once on Route 280, stay in the right lane, following signs for Harrison. Continue to Exit 14, King Blvd. Take this exit and make a right at the 1st light onto King Blvd. (ML King Jr. Blvd.).


Proceed on King Blvd. about four blocks. Robeson Campus Center is on the left, at 350 King Blvd.

Via Mass Transit (Train/Bus/PATH/Light Rail) (for more info visit our Mass Transit page.)
Rail from NYC:

PATH train to Penn Station, Newark (1-800-234-7284; www.panynj.gov/path)

AMTRAK (1-800-872-7245; www.amtrak.com) and New Jersey Transit (973-275-5555; www.njtransit.com) trains also stop at Penn Station-Newark. Please call the appropriate number for scheduling and fare information.

From Penn Station-Newark to campus:
You may walk to campus (about 15-20 minute walk)
OR
Take a taxi (cabs line up just outside the waiting area of Penn Station)
OR
Take the Newark City Light Rail (entrance is by McDonald's) to Washington Street (2nd stop).

From Broad St. Station:
The Rutgers-Newark campus is only a four-block walk from the Broad Street Station, or a short ride on the free College Town shuttle service, which connects the Broad Street Station with the center of the campus (drop-off at University Ave. and New Street
http://nwkpolice.rutgers.edu/RUPD_ShuttleService.html


Newark City Subway/Newark Light Rail:
From Newark Penn Station, ride the Newark City Light Rail two stops to Washington Street and you're on campus.
OR
take the Newark Light Rail, which connects Newark Penn Station with the Broad Street Station, and is minutes from the Rutgers Business School at 1 Washington Park.
(http://www.njtransit.com/pdf/hblr_06.pdf)
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