Model UN group prepares for MUNUC

The banner made by the Model UN group that shows the different aspects of the club. It includes information about the events and different things the club will complete and hopes to complete. Photo courtesy of Stosh Tustin.
The banner made by the Model UN group that shows the different aspects of the club. It includes information about the events and different things the club will complete and hopes to complete. Photo courtesy of Stosh Tustin.

While a trip to India is exciting, the Model UN group has a little bit more on their mind than just that. They have hunkered down and are heavily preparing for the new trip to Chicago that is coming soon. This weekend the team is heading to the Windy City for the annual Model UN event held at the University of Chicago. The event will last a few days and will be much larger than CASC could ever be. Most of the students who will attend the event have been doing non-stop preparation before and after school– the entire group having to take two days a week to meet in order to be ready enough.

We are busy working in preparation for the Model United Nations University of Chicago [MUNUC],” said Model UN advisor Sheila Wood.

They have wanted to try and talk about the trip, but this event has taken precedence over just about everything else. Each group of the UN has been split down even further than CASC to work with the large number sizes and has been a bit intimidating for some of the delegates. But they have powered through this threat and are working to get the needed information. They have recently completed their position papers to prepare for opening speeches at the meeting.

Other information about what the event will include and the final results of the event will come soon.

For more information about the even, contact club advisor Mrs. Wood or club president Ethan Liggett and join the group’s Facebook page.

Tyler Grosser

Tyler Grosser

For the 2017-2018 year, I have assumed the position as Media Editor and Business Coordinator for The Reflection. The majority of articles that I write pertain to the feature and entertainment side of The Reflection, including opinion, point-counterpoint, and review articles. I have been involved with The Reflection since Sophomore year and while I don't plan to pursue journalism as a career, I cherish the experience and memories that the class and paper has granted me.

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