Seven Students Recognized as Distinguished and Outstanding Delegates at Rutgers Model UN

From November 30 – December 3, 30 delegates from the Moorestown Friends Model UN team traveled with Model UN Advisor and History Department Chair Clark Thomson to New Brunswick for the Rutgers Model UN Conference. At the closing ceremonies, seven Upper School students were recognized for their performances.

Vika Kulchyckyj ’19 and Calum Boone ’18 were recognized as Distinguished Delegates in the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific addressing informal economies and sustainable urban development.

Anna Goula ’18 was recognized as a Distinguished Delegate in the Joint Crisis Committee: Saudi Arabian Council for Political and Security Affairs addressing the Yemeni Civil War.

Kayla Patel ’21 and Eli Gamber ’19 were recognized as Outstanding Delegates (earning a gavel) in the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) addressing adolescent development and educational innovations.

Jordan Brunner ’19 and Mariana Goldlust ’19 were recognized as Outstanding Delegates (earning a gavel) in the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime addressing HIV/AIDS amongst drug users and fraudulent medicines.

Pictured: (back row) Kayla Patel, Eli Gamber, Vika Kulchyckyj, Calum Boone, (front row) Mariana Goldlust, Jordan Brunner, and Anna Goula. 

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