CPCC's team showed up at UNCC on a Friday afternoon ready to take on the conference. We registered, filled out our name tags, and sat through an opening session explaining rules and procedures. Then, we had a dinner break before joining our committees. Committees included Committee On the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, General Assembly 1st, International Court of Justice, Security Council, and the United Nations Environmental Assembly. Through performing speeches, drafting working papers, and voting on resolutions, CPCC had a great instructive experience at the Carolinas Conference 2016. This conference focuses heavily on teaching new delegates how MUN works and giving them experience. We look forward to competing at future conferences like Harvard and SRMUN.
Best Case Brief: Anastasia Korol, Lovell Smith, Bree Thomas (International Court of Justice, Algeria)
Distinguished Delegation: Anastasia Korol, Lovell Smith, Bree Thomas (International Court of Justice, Algeria)
Honorable Mention: Richard Dougherty and Miranda Dange, United Nations Environmental Assembly, France
Honorable Mention: Emily Scheppegrell and Wyatt Slusher, Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, Algeria
If you have any interest in joining MUN or visiting one of our meetings, feel free to contact an advisor or club officer for more information. We are always looking for more students interested in international affairs.
We've been working hard planning and preparing for our table at CPCC's International Fest at Levine Campus on April 3rd! Be sure to drop by for some great food and learn about some interesting cultures from around the world.
This would also be a great time for anyone interesting in joining to drop by for some information!
Hope to see you there!
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