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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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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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E Pluribus Unum: From the United States Capitol to Model UN

The morning after we had arrived in Washington DC for the 2016 National Model UN DC conference, our faculty adviser Dr. Bolton took a group of us to tour the United States Capitol. The tour started off in an theater, where … Continue reading

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