In many delegates’ eyes, the most MUNderful time of the year is late January, when thousands of college students travel to Montreal for McGill University’s McMUN.
The thirtieth iteration of the conference did not disappoint, with intellectually stimulating debate on global issues being the hallmark of every committee. CCWA brought twelve delegates to spend the weekend debating in competitive General Assemblies and Specialized Agencies, nabbing two Outstanding Delegation/Delegate Awards in the process. Sam Taglia won the award in the Ad Hoc committee as “Alexa Echo,” and Vince Glidden and Mack Hogan were awarded Outstanding Delegation representing Egypt in the Economic and Financial Committee of the UN.
Other delegates participated in the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues; UN Oceans; World Anti-Doping Agency; the Baltic Assembly; US Congress; Royal Commission on the Status of Women; and the Social, Cultural, and Humanitarian Issues Committee of the General Assembly. Our delegation is incredibly proud of our performance at one of the largest and most competitive conferences on the North American circuit, and we look forward to continuing that success at NAMUN in a few weeks.