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Day 3: Dispatches from the National High School Model UN in NYC
Posted 03/11/2019 12:49PM

Bullis' delegation of 8 students represent Greece

By Ben Mosteller

On our final full day in NYC, the students were hard at work finalizing resolutions in their committees. Each committee drafted two resolutions: recommendations to address the global issue they were assigned. Our students spent time debating, asking questions, writing amendments, and ultimately voting to pass these resolutions. They worked both with their Bullis partner and with small and large groups of their peers. It was hard but rewarding work! After a brief but well-deserved break, we ate at a Brazilian restaurant near Times Square before heading back for the delegate dance. We look forward to the closing ceremonies in the UN General Assembly Hall tomorrow to bring the conference to a meaningful close.

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