DIPLOMATIC RESPONSE

Brokering resolutions on global warming and human trafficking is all in a day's work for students in Cal Lutheran's Model U.N. class. In local meets and at the prestigious Harvard National conference each February, these CLU students debate pressing problems facing the planet while representing actual countries. Political science professor Gregory Freeland explains, "We represent Jamaica, and this year Haiti too, as they would represent themselves. For students, it becomes about forming coalitions while developing confidence as a public speaker." To prepare for Harvard, the CLU delegation is visiting Jamaica in January, meeting with government officials and learning about the nation firsthand.


STEPPING INTO DIPLOMACY, the CLU Model U.N. team stands ready to dissect important international issues at the prestigious Harvard Conference. HARVARD BECKONS: A little quiet time between sessions
at the Harvard Model United Nations Conference in February.
GOING GLOBAL: The CLU delegation assembles in s Boston to represent Jamaica in Model UN.

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