Browning's Model United Nations delegation representing the Central African Republic spent three days last week at the Ivy League Model United Nations Conference (ILMUNC) hosted at the University of Pennsylvania. History Department Chair Gerry Protheroe provides the following report: "This was a very competitive ILMUNC conference with schools from China, Canada, Brazil, Honduras and other countries, as well as schools from all over the USA. Our students were well probably better prepared than ever for this conference and they worked very hard in the committees to make themselves gain the attention of their chairs. They gave a very good account of themselves against the severest competition.
Allan Goodman, the president of the Institute of International Education who served in the Carter administration, gave the keynote address urging the delegates to "make international part of your education.” Well done to our team who fought very hard!