Uplifting the Voices of Princeton Day School

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Uplifting the Voices of Princeton Day School

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PDS MUN Wins Best Large Delegation at DartMUN XVI


This past month, the Princeton Day School Model UN team traveled to Hanover, New Hampshire to compete at their last conference of the year: Dartmouth Model United Nations (DartMUN). The team brought home a variety of awards and also won the title of Best Large Delegation at the conference. Behind these successes were numerous hours of work PDS students spent to prepare for their committees. At the conference, however, everyone performed spectacularly and made countless memories with others on the team.

Senior and Under Secretary General Ben Masia noted that DartMUN was an extremely fun conference for him, but winning the title of Best Large Delegation made the conference even better. Masia noted that DartMUN was his last conference, and although it was a bittersweet experience for him, he is thoroughly impressed with the commitment and dedication of every member of the team. “The conference was a huge success for the entire team,” he states.

Sophomore Ishnoor Kaur shared similar sentiments to Masia. Kaur explained that DartMUN allowed her to “get to know other people on the team” and make new friends with many students. Kaur stated that the Model UN team “put in a lot of effort” to prepare for this conference, and that “it was rewarding to see members of the team succeed in committee.” Overall, Kaur describes her experience at DartMUN positively, detailing that it was a lot of fun.

With PDS Model UN wrapping up their final conference of the year, the team remained diligent and determined as they wrote solutions, practiced speeches, and competed against delegates from across the country. Though it is sad to see many members of The Secretariat go—seniors Ben Masia, Adya Jha, and Aadi Shankar—their mentorship and commitment truly helped drive the team to success this year, setting the foundation for the many victories that PDS MUN will achieve in the years to come.

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