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Model United Nations

Emma Linneman, Staff Writer

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Model United Nations is a competition in which students get together and propose ideas that can solve world problems. Students can join as an individual or as a group. Their job is to research all of the problems going on within the country that they’ve chosen to represent.

The competition will take place on June 2nd, and it will be located in the library at 8 am.

Ms. Smith, the speech and debate coach, said, “It’s based on research, communication, and teamwork.”

In the competition, there are officers that ask the competitors questions about their country. In the end, there is no prize, but students get to learn a lot about working as a team, speaking, and debating.

Kate Swertfager is a co-leader of the club who said, “I signed up for Model United Nations as a sophomore because I was interested in foreign policy. I’m learning about how the United Nations works and how to appreciate a good argument.”

If you would like to sign up next year for Model United Nations, go to Ms. Smith in room S32 for more information.


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