Our fabulous delegation to WorldMUN 2012: Vancouver has done it again! With eleven of the fourteen members earning the coveted diplomacy awards, W&M placed among the top few schools in the world! While the unofficial rankings have yet to be tallied, past years with this ratio have resulted in a second place for the large delegation category.
WorldMUN is truly a group effort. Our delegates trained hard, helping each other to prepare and supporting one another from position assignments all the way through to the glorious end. Many thanks are also due to the numerous members of the Club and W&M community who lent their expertise and talent to numerous training sessions. MUN is a team sport of the highest caliber, and W&M lacks nothing in team spirit.
Congratulations also to all of the universities who participated! These delegations are always a pleasure to work with. It is these friendships and good feelings that WorldMUN strives and succeeds to create.
Until next year, WorldMUN. It has been an amazing experience for all who attended and everyone at home in Williamsburg should be thanked for their assistance. Congratulations delegates!
Congratulations to the McMUN team! Fifty-four delegates from W&M attended Canada’s premier conference and eleven were award winners. As a whole, the delegation walked away with the most Book Awards – McGill’s recognition for the most diplomatic delegates. This reflects well on our spirit of MUN: we aim to lead debate, develop policy, respect others, make friends, and have a good time. And that is certainly what we did in Montreal!
We also won the award for most attractive delegation!
Thursday from 5:00-6:30pm will be meetings for the World Economic Forum and Munich Security Conference Committees for McMUN. Location to be decided (hooray for a walkable campus!).
John will be at the Swem Computers from 2-4 on Thursday and Friday for anyone needing notes of absence.
Any financial aid applications must be turned in to firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday night and all conference fees are due at the general meeting on Tuesday. There will be a team meeting immediately afterward to go over the details of the conference. Position papers must also be turned in to the McMUN website by that night!
McMUN positions have been chosen! Look to find your position using your username and password via SEBESO. Find out more about McMUN on their website. Make sure to complete your position paper with the guidelines outlined here . Also, make sure to bring your passport! This will be the largest delegation that we take to a conference – the charter bus north will be filled with 54 of our best and brightest!
Happy New Year!