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Meet the Collective That's Connecting LGBTQ Foster Youth With the Arts

“Aside from finding your voice, the arts is a thing that allows you to be your own individual,” Shuffle Along actor Britton Smith, one fourth of the Lost collective that’s working to bring this feeling to LGBTQ youth in the foster system, told the Observer. 802 more words

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Discussing The "Elephant Protection Act" with Pace University Students

I was at Pace University in Pleasantville today to discuss a bill with students and faculty from the school’s Environmental Policy Clinic. While Pleasantville is not in my district, these students have approached me about introducing legislation that would prohibit the use of elephants in any type of entertainment act in New York State two years after it becomes law. 134 more words

Pace University Receives 11 Awards for Diplomatic Excellence at National Model United Nations in New York

Pace University received 11 awards at the National Model United Nations (NMUN) conference in New York City, 27-31 March, representing China, Costa Rica, Norway and Palau in simulations of global debates on peace, development, human rights and environmental issues. 2,044 more words

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Signing Up for Model UN Was One of the Best Decisions I Made in College

Signing up for the Model United Nations class (POL303C United Nations Workshop) and attending the 2016 National Model UN conference in New York was one of the best decisions I have made at Pace University. 222 more words

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I Was Inspired by Learning that Small Countries Can Make a Big Difference


When we all were little, we were asked “What do you want to be when you grow up?” At the age of 7, I wanted to be a teacher and a ‘mommy.’ Now, as a sophomore Model United Nations student at Pace University, I can see myself doing much more than what ‘little’ Lorraine wanted to be. 162 more words

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Brewster's Mary Kate Lonegan overcomes torn ACL to sign with Pace

BREWSTER – Almost a year ago, during a game against Mahopac on April 20, Brewster girls lacrosse player Mary Kate Lonegan knew something was wrong with her leg as she limped off the field. 919 more words

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Reflecting on Power and Privilege in Model UN

Attending the 2016 Geneva International Model United Nations (GIMUN) conference was definitely a unique experience. Though it did not come without its challenges, being a part of a simulation that was so immersive, geographically as well as culturally, definitely made the conference that much more enriching. 295 more words

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