California State University, Northridge’s Model United Nations team took top honors in competitions against some of the world’s best teams last month. This marks the fourth year in a row for the accomplishment.
Twenty-four CSUN student delegates competed in two conferences, one in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 18-20 and the other in Seattle on Nov. 11-13. The teams participated in committees to discuss topics such as global security, human rights and atomic energy. In Washington, D.C., CSUN represented the country of Angola against teams from around the world, taking first place for three committees. Ten students in Seattle won in three more committee competitions, representing various countries.
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