Even in a crowd of 3,000 Model UN delegates from around the world, Browning's determined delegation of 20 made its presence known in large and small committees and won recognition at the closing ceremonies. During four days at the Ivy League Model United Nations Conference (ILMUNC) in Philadelphia, Browning's seasoned and novice participants worked hard, topping off the weekend with the annual dinner at the Imperial Inn in Chinatown.
History teacher Gerald Protheroe observed: "It was the biggest ILMUNC I have experienced since we first attended -- a veritable United Nations in fact. This was a truly global affair with schools from China, including the prestigious Shanghai High School, as well as from Canada, Venezuela, Peru, India and the Dominican Republic. Some of the Committees had as many as 250 students on them. Our delegation representing Saudi Arabia performed exceedingly well."