Walls Students Compete and Win at NAIMUN in February

Posted on: February 21st, 2016 by Anastasia Miller

We missed this update from Nico Stauffer-Mason from February — our congratulations to the Model UN team, yet again! [Ed.]

Congratulations to the School Without Walls Model United Nations team, which continues to represent our school well on the collegiate Model U.N. circuit! In mid-February, 18 Walls students attended the North American Invitational Model United Nations (NAIMUN), hosted by Georgetown University. More than 3,500 delegates attended NAIMUN, one of the largest and most competitive conferences in the world. The Walls team performed well, with five Walls students winning individual awards: Jack Nugent (’17), Ella Weiner (’18), and Eliza Zizka (’18) won Outstanding Delegation awards (2nd place), and Nico Stauffer-Mason (’16) and Montana Lee (’18) won Verbal Commendations (4th place).”


Walls-NAIMUN-(1)Back row, left to right: Ella Weiner (’18), Asha Pappajohn (’16), Eliza Zizka (’18), Montana Lee (’18), Brian Contreras (’16), Alex Healy (’19), Head Delegate Nico Stauffer-Mason (’16), Tim Berger (’19), Fiona Campbell (’18), Emma Reese (’19), Joey Horwitz (’19), and Gunter Przystawik (’18).

Front row, left to right: Drew Koike (’18), Dev Bhojwani (’18), Will Bates (’16), Christopher Bond (’19), Christian Robles (’19), and Jack Nugent (’17).