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Delegate Reflection: Learning How to Use Political Structures to Benefit the World

After taking the Model United Nations class this semester, I am unable to compare this course to any other course offered at Pace University. You learn about political restraints, international and national relationships, and how to use political structures to … Continue reading

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Delegate Reflection: Learning to Adapt and Be Patient

At Model United Nations conferences students from all over the country get together to simulate the real United Nations.  By assuming the role of an ambassador, students replicate and discuss real world issues.  It brings out the good and the … Continue reading

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Delegate Reflection: Model UN has Changed the Way I Go about Disagreements

At the National Model United Nations conference in Washington DC this semester, I was fortunately allowed the exciting opportunity to practice diplomacy alongside fellow students from all over the world, while taking in the breathtaking historic atmosphere of the nation’s … Continue reading

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A Capital Performance from Pace NYC at National Model UN in DC

Pace University New York City was recognized with four awards last weekend for their poised and adroit representation of global policymaking on peace, security, development and human rights in the National Model United Nations conference in Washington DC (NMUN DC). … Continue reading

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