Recaps: Seton Hall SHUMUN, Five College FCMUN,
West Point WPSC, NYU NYUMUNC, and Virginia VICS

by KFC on April 4, 2011

This weekend we featured one high school conference –Seton Hall’s SHUMUN where Best Delegate’s Ryan Villanueva spoke at Opening Ceremonies – and three college conferences on a very busy weekend for the college circuit: Five College MUN at Mt. Holyoke, West Point’s WPSC, and NYU’s NYUMUNC. We also have results from Virginia VICS. There are plenty of stories and photos from over the weekend – check it out!

Seton Hall University Model United Nations (SHUMUN)

Five College Model United Nations (FCMUN) – hosted at Mt. Holyoke College

West Point Security Conference (WPSC)

New York University Model United Nations Conference (NYCMUNC)

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Virginia International Crisis Simulation (VICS) – University of Virginia

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Conferences this Weekend

Best Delegate will be liveblogging at UNA-USA’s Global Classrooms Middle School conference this weekend! It’s the first middle school conference we’ll be visiting this year. Contrary to our April Fool’s Day post, the team will not be coming out of retirement to compete against the middle school kids for Best Delegation 😉

Conferences in North America

  • UNA-USA’s Global Classrooms Middle School (GC Middle School), New York, New York
  • Northwestern University Model United Nations (NUMUN), Evanston, Illinois
  • UNA-USA’s Global Classrooms Tampa Bay (GC Tampa Bay), Tampa, Florida
  • West Coast Invitational Model United Nations (WCIMUN), Santa Ana, California
  • Oregon Model United Nations (Oregon MUN), Eugene, Oregon
  • UCLA Los Angeles Model United Nations (LAMUN), Irvine, California – college
  • Model United Nations of the Far West (MUNFW), San Francisco, California – college

Conferences outside North America

  • Szegad Model United Nations (SZEMUN), Szegad, Hungary
  • Robert College International Model United Nations (RCIMUN), Istanbul, Turkey
  • Catalonia Model United Nations (CMUN), Barcelona, Spain – college

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