This past weekend was one of the most exciting of the season — we’ve dubbed it High School Championship Weekend — and the cornerstone was the NHSMUN Conference in New York. We also have results from Florida Gulf Coast University’s SWFLMUN and we look forward to hearing about results from Cornell’s CMUNC. In addition, we’ll be posting up a recap of York University’s YMUN.
Both Ryan and Kevin from Best Delegate were at NHSMUN this past weekend — it’s only the second time they’ve both blogged at the same conference this season. Best Delegate also got to present to faculty advisors in a speakers series that included Kiva and the World Bank, and we received plenty of feedback on how we can help improve the Model UN activity.
Without further ado, here are links to all our articles from over the weekend:
National High School Model United Nations (NHSMUN) Conference
- Opening Ceremonies plus Interviews with Cerritos, Haverhill, Radnor, and Rutland high schools
- Specialized Agencies video blog
- UNDP Feature: Moderated Caucus
- DISEC Feature: Combining Operative Clauses
- SOCHUM Feature: Wins for Being Fun
- Committees in action photoblog
- CSW Sings its Appreciation to Admin
- Why You Should Staff NHSMUN, RHSMUN, & SUSMUN
- Closing Ceremonies – Best High School Delegations
Florida Gulf Coast University’s Southwest Florida Model UN Conference (SWFLMUN)
Port Charlotte High School won Outstanding Delegation at SWFLMUN for the 16th year in a row. The school awards are:
- Outstanding Delegation: Port Charlotte High School
- Distinguished Delegation: Gulf Coast High School
- Meritorious Delegation: The Canterbury School
Thank you to Best Delegate reader R. Johnson for submitting the information!
This Week’s Conferences
The Best Delegate team is taking a break this week (see our Tour Schedule here) but we look forward to hearing from attendees of those conferences! Feel free to submit photos and recaps to email@example.com and we’ll post them up!
Also, The Circuit has invited GWU’s Sheng Zhou to guest blog his experience at World MUN.