Category Archives: Student Delegate Blogs

I Was Excited to Share Our Weeks of Research

I’ll never forget the rush of emotions that were going through me as I was next in the speaker’s list. I was nervous, because I’m naturally a shy person who avoids public speaking at all costs. But I was also … Continue reading

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Jet-Lagged and Motivated, Jolted with a New Drive

Our assignment at the 2018 Geneva International Model UN (GIMUN) conference was bigger than what we could have ever comprehended. We embarked on a flight with the intention of being diplomats for our respective countries. We went to enjoy the experience of … Continue reading

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We Can Create Meaningful Solutions to the World’s Biggest Problems

Participating in a Model UN conference for the second time was just as, if not more exciting than the first time around. Getting the opportunity to sit inside the United Nations Headquarters during the 2018 National Model UN  (NMUN) conference in … Continue reading

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Model UN Exceeded My Expectations

The first few weeks of Model UN class, I felt like I was missing something that everyone else understood. I was writing a position paper, but I didn’t know why. As a delegate for Papua New Guinea, I was researching migration … Continue reading

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Learning to be an Ambassador

This spring semester I traveled to Switzerland with the Pace Model United Nations NYC team to attend the 2018 Geneva International Model United Nations (GIMUN) conference. It was very different from any other Model UN conference I had attended before. … Continue reading

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Learning about Myself and Others

Participating in the 2017 National Model UN conference was a great opportunity to meet new people from different backgrounds and worldviews. Model UN is a simulation that tests your ability to communicate, negotiate, and to set your role as an … Continue reading

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The Class That Defined my Undergrad Experience

As I graduate this spring, I am looking back at my years here at Pace University in New York City. The one class that I can say that truly had an impact on my life and future endeavors is Model … Continue reading

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