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Public Speaking in the 21st Century
FY Seminar ( Prof. Jim Hoefler; Fall ’07)
Master of Ceremonies: Joelle Nitzberg, West Windsor, NJ
Theme/fun for the day: Train ride into the past.
Photo Album

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Emcee Joey
takes the stage!
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Keynote Speaker 1: Anna-Lisa Noack, Downingtown, PA

Elevator speech: If you seek more clarity and focus in you life and want to live it purposefully, you don’t need to feel constantly overwhelmed because I can help you lift that fog to embrace the rush of your day to work effectively.
Recorded
audio:

Download AnyaKeynote1.mp3

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Keynote Speaker 2: Richard Hendrickson, Cinnaminson, NJ

Elevator speech: Everyone loses their temper or control of themselves, but you will discover that it is not practical or beneficial to do so, and perfectly possible to avoid altogether.
Recorded
audio:

Download RichKeynote1.mp3

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Other key roles for the day

Speechmaster: Julie Shinberg, Potomac, MD
Eulogy: Lauren Yura, Morgantown, WV [Mother Teresa]
Topicsmaster: Pat, Glen Mills, PA [Mischief as a child, story]
Toastmaster: Shin Kang, Lansdale, PA [Tom]
Timekeeper:
Jake Grossman Tenafly, NJ
Photographer: Allie Smith, Yarmouth, ME

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Emcee commentary

The second meeting went incredibly smoothly. All of our speakers did an extraordinary job reaching the audience. Both of our keynote speakers today taught us how to approach life’s mishaps in a more tranquil manner, which every college student can relate to. This was perfect to connect us all and be able to relate to one another. A personal thing I wish I could have done better would have been closing the day in a more useful manner, without wasting he last fifteen minutes of the class.

Public Speaking in the 21st Century
FY Seminar ( Prof. Jim Hoefler; Fall ’07)
Master of Ceremonies: Tom Van Horn, Annapolis, MD
Photo album

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Emcee Tom takes the stage! Keynoter Alex talks about how sports here at Dickinson can build friendships.
Keynoter # 2 Annie talks about being away from the people she loves. Allie delivers a eulogy about Walt Distney and how he lived.

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Keynote Speaker 1:
Annie McAndrews, Dover, MA

Elevator speech: Speaker 1: By listening to my speech, you will realize that whiel you are away from home, others will move on without you, starting with your parents.
Recorded
audio:

Download AnnieKeyonte1.mp3

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Keynote Speaker 2: Alex Shirley, Wellesley, MA

Elevator speech: Participation in athletics here at Dickinson will provide you with more excitement, satisfaction, and make you a more passionate person than any other opportunity that you may encounter during college.
Recorded
audio:

Download AlexKeynote1.mp3

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Other key roles for the day

Speechmaster: Sam McCormick, Cleveland, OH
Eulogy: Allie Smith, Yarmouth, ME[Walt Disney]
Topicsmaster: Ahkeem Simmons, Bronx, NY [Food you cannot live without; story]
Toastmaster: Sabrina Anwar, Laurel, MD [Lauren]
Timekeeper:
Diederik Rijsemus, Ede, Netherlands
Photographer: Anna-Lisa Noack, Downingtown, PA

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Emcee commentary

Great meeting all around. The energy in the room was outstanding. All the speakers came prepared to change the world with their speeches. Annie, the whole class could relate from being away from home and you connected with the whole class. Alex great speech about the intermural sports here are dickinson, they are a big part of many peoples lives. Allie great speech on Disney I learned alot about how a great man lived. Over all great day of speeches and much energy in the room.

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