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Don’t Let Your Fears Deter You!

The 2017 National Model UN conference in New York City was my first. I represented the United Republic of Tanzania in the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). I took Model UN my senior year because although I have always … Continue reading

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Model UN Was an Eye-Opener and a Mind-Opener

Participating in the 2017 National Model United Nations conference in New York City (NMUN NY) was one of the best choices I’ve made. I was able to meet many other eager students who came in with an open mind. At NMUN … Continue reading

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Model UN Taught Me How to Make Underrepresented Voices Heard

Participating in the 2017 National Model United Nations conference in New York has tested my ability to work in groups. In a Model UN conference, you work alongside numerous big and small personalities. There always seems to be that one individual … Continue reading

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Model UN Is a Difficult but Life-Changing Class

I am a Political Science major and Peace and Justice Studies minor at Pace University. This semester I got to participate at the 2017 National Model United Nations Conference in New York City, as a student delegate with the Pace … Continue reading

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Don’t Waste Time Wondering If You Are Good Enough to Join Model UN, Just Do It!

The 2016 conference was my second time attending the National Model United Nations in Washington DC and yet the feeling has not changed. I still love it and wish I would have joined Pace University New York City’s Model UN … Continue reading

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In a Time of Division, Model UN Offers Solidarity

The recent elections here in the United States have divided our country by party, race, ethnicity and many other fissures. Political polarization seems to separate us even more. Some say it’s a rough time to be living in America, with violence … Continue reading

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Model UN Gave Me a New Outlook on the World

Participating in Model UN in Fall 2016 was one of the best parts of my college experience thus far. In the class, I gained a new kind of outlook on the world, an outlook that no other class could provide. It … Continue reading

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