10/2/11: Weekly Update
In this weekly update:
- BMAL SG
- NERMAL HD
- BarMUN Deadline
- Traveling Criteria
- MUN Simulation
- Model NATO Simulation
- Debate Regulations & Procedures
Read carefully, everyone! There’s a lot of good stuff in this update
We would like to inform everyone that Catia Sharp has been appointed as the upcoming Boston Model Arab League (BMAL) Secretary General! Congratulations!
NERMAL HD: We would also like everyone to know that Tyler Lock has been appointed as one of the two Northeast Regional Model Arab League (NERMAL) head delegates. Well done, Tyler!
If any of you are interested in signing up for the BarMUN conference the deadline is this Tuesday, October 4th. Please meet with Lindsey Segal-Bator at 7:45 this Tuesday if you are attending the conference.
Here’s the link to sign up: http://www.mun.neu.edu/2011/09/barmunsignup/
Traveling Criteria: We will be discussing and also providing the traveling criteria in the next class. Keep in mind that we will not be choosing people using an average. The criteria was simply made to be used as a guideline.
Our upcoming MUN simulation will be Latin America part 1.
Model NATO Simulation: Our Tuesday NATO session will be having a part 1 of 2 simulation regarding the Hungarian uprising!
Debate Regulations & Procedures: Before our Tuesday simulation, take a look at the procedures informational sheet on Blackboard! It will help you prepare for a formal debate!
If you are not part of our mailing list, please reply to this email asap and we will add you. If you look on Blackboard you will notice that our group ‘United Nations Association’ has been added to your course list. In blackboard you will find the topic guides, the current speaker’s list, motions pending of the floor, plus a bunch of other information. This will be helpful in planning your strategy for next week.
Best of luck and enjoy your Sunday everyone!
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VP Admin, UNA
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