Model UN

August Bleiweiss, Reporter

A new club coming from Mark Twain Middle School is Model UN.

ALPS Chairman Brian Bleser described it as “A club where everyone is assigned a country and is then given an issue so that you can make a resolution.” Model UN meets in room 233 on Wednesdays at lunch, starting September 4th.

An example of a situation in Model UN is:

 “my college’s conference, the Security Council Simulation at Yale (SCSY), held a simulation of the Korean War, where delegates role-played the ministers of the American, Soviet, and Chinese cabinets in 1950. Princeton’s college conference has taken this idea to an entirely new level; every committee at their conference is part of the same Joint Cabinet Crisis.” Stated by

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