Model UN club holds first conference simulation

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Model UN club holds first conference simulation

Model UN members hold up their countries' signs after the conference's conclusion on May 30.

Model UN members hold up their countries' signs after the conference's conclusion on May 30.

Robert Weisenbeck

Model UN members hold up their countries' signs after the conference's conclusion on May 30.

Robert Weisenbeck

Robert Weisenbeck

Model UN members hold up their countries' signs after the conference's conclusion on May 30.

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The newly formed Model United Nations Club recently held its first conference stimulation. The club is designed to show what it would be like to in a diplomacy, and the students typically role play delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees.

“The conference was really fun,” said Reena Assassa, Model UN Vice President. “A bit informal, but fun. We are still growing as a club and I’m just glad we got some practice in preparation for real conferences next year.”

The conference took place in sponsor Bob Weisenbeck’s classroom, room 140, on Thursday, May 30.

“I think this program will provide students with a valuable experience and show them what the UN is really like,” said Weisenbeck.

Claudia Sung
Sophomore Nina Dao writes her position paper during Ocean Lakes first Model UN conference on May 30.

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