Hi everyone! We have lots of important updates this week. First, BrookMUN is this Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm. Formal staff positions have already been assigned, but if you have not yet signed up but would like to help out, we can always use more people. Please email brooklinemun@gmail.com if you are available and would like to be a part of this exciting event! Next, in order to prepare, we will be meeting twice after school this week: Tuesday and Friday in room 385. We will be prepping materials for the conference: stuffing folders, preparing name tags, printing and folding placards, etc. WeRead More →

Hi everyone! Congratulations on finishing up another topic last week! Next, we will be debating the European Debt Crisis, which will be chaired by Maya Sekhar. You can find the background guide here and sign up for countries here. Please plan to research your country’s position accordingly and come prepared for a lively debate in club tomorrow! Next, DartMUN is approaching! If you are attending, please don’t forget to bring in a check for $220 made out to “BHS Model UN” tomorrow. Thanks! I’m looking forward to another fun meeting of debate with all of you. Caroline Ericsson BHS MUN Secretary-GeneralRead More →

Hi everyone! We would like to congratulate everyone who attended MITMUNC this past weekend. We had many committee highlights, from unexpected crises to high-level debate, and everyone performed very well. We had an excellent showing at the awards ceremony, with our delegates receiving the following awards: Best Delegate: Caroline EricssonBest Position Paper: Simon GrossmanOutstanding Delegate: Oliver FoxOutstanding Delegate: Anuj SawhneyOutstanding Delegate: Lauren Liang**Honorable Commendation: Alp CanbulatHonorable Commendation: Edward Khatchatrian** **special congratulations to Lauren and Edward for winning these accolades at their first-ever high school conferences! Thanks to everyone who participated for making this such a fun weekend! Congratulations, and see you in club tomorrow! CarolineRead More →

Hi everyone! First, congratulations on finishing your midyear exams! I hope they went well for all of you. Next, we have some announcements. This Thursday, we will be beginning a new topic, the Myanmar Genocide. It will be chaired by Anuj Sawhney, and will be a really interesting debate. You can find the background guide here and sign up for countries here. Next, please consider signing up for DartMUN! The conference is April 5-7 in Hanover, NH, and it is always a highlight of the year. You can browse committee topics here. BrookMUN committee chairs: It would be great if you could get started onRead More →

Even though it’s just December, it’s time to start thinking ahead to May. That’s because on Saturday, May 11, we will be hosting BrookMUN, our annual conference for middle schoolers in the Brookline area! BrookMUN takes a lot of preparation to put on, and all of us as a club come together to ensure a great day where middle school students can learn about Model UN, and we as high schoolers can learn to take on a more behind the scenes role in Model UN. BrookMUN can’t happen without great club members willing to help out, whether it’s through chairing or being a committee aide,Read More →

Hey there BHSMUN team! I’d like to start off by congratulating our 7 members that just returned from Rutgers on a successful first conference of the year! On top of that, our own Secretary-General Caroline Ericsson brought back an award, breaking the “curse” that afflicted us last time we went there. Moving forward, there is a lot to look forward to in the Model UN world of BHS. Firstly, go over the the conferences section of the website to sign up for MITMUNC! This is a club favorite as it is close, cheap, and fun, and we usually send a large delegation. This is anRead More →

Welcome everyone to a brand new year of Brookline High School Model UN! We have a full, fun-filled year ahead of us, with a number of overnight conferences, as well as a few one days. For all of you new to Model UN at BHS, welcome! This website will hopefully serve a resource to give you all information in-between our weekly X-Block meetings, so you should try to check it every once in a while. If you are new to Model UN, and want to get a head start on learning how to debate (by no means a requirement), we have a number of documentsRead More →