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Model UN heads to the state competition

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Sindhuja Pannuri
This weekend, 19 Redhawks will be competing in the Model United Nations state competition at the Westin Galleria Hotel in Dallas. They will be simulating a session of the United Nations, as well as debating with other participants from schools across Texas.

19 Redhawks are competing in the Model United Nations (MUN) state competition at the Westin Galleria Hotel in Dallas Friday-Sunday. They will be simulating a session of the United Nations, as well as debating with other participants from schools across Texas over various political issues based on which of the six MUN committees they are a part of.

“It allows students to interact with international policy on a first-hand basis,” MUN chair, senior Sindhu Pannuri said. “And [it] allows them to develop their speaking and collaboration skills through giving speeches and coming to a resolution about the issue at hand.”

Thie conference has been weeks in the making for the Redhawks, and participants have spent the year creating a solution to a global issue that aligns with the standards of the country they’re representing.

“For the delegates, everyone has prepared by writing their speeches and extensive research on their topics,” Pannuri said. “For chairs and clerks, we’ve made sure to write reports for delegates on the topic and make sure we’re knowledgeable about the flow of committee.”

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Olivia Pulley
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Olivia Pulley is a Sophomore and it’s her first year on Wingspan. On campus, Olivia is part of the National Art Honor Society and the Best Buddies club. Outside of school, you can find her volunteering with her youth group, hanging out with her friends, or shopping. She is very excited to be a part of Wingspan, and can’t wait to see where this year takes her!

Sindhuja Pannuri
Sindhuja Pannuri, Staff Reporter
Sindhuja (Sindhu) Pannuri is a senior entering her second year of Wingspan staff. At school, she is captain of the varsity debate team and President of Youth and Government. In her free time, she reads books to escape reality and enjoys boxing in the ring. She’s so excited for what this year will hold!

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