Wardlaw + Hartridge Model UN Club Members Earn Recognition

Members of the Wardlaw + Hartridge Model UN Club Credits: Wardlaw + Hartridge

EDISON, NJ -- Thirteen members of the Model United Nations team at The Wardlaw + Hartridge School in Edison traveled to JP Stevens High School to compete against approximately 200 students from six regional schools in the season’s first all-day conference on Oct. 28.

W+H delegates were spread across six of the 10 committees. Camila Fang of Edison and Pranay Arora of  Edison were each awarded “Outstanding Delegate” for their efforts on the Wall Street Investment Wars Crisis Committee and the Ad Hoc Crisis Committee, respectively. These students had to think quickly as topics of debate and discussion are not received until arrival.

Other students participating in the conference were: Noah Apter of Springfield, Anna Razvi of Somerset, Suniti Shah of Edison, Isabella Sena-Cash of Scotch Plains, Aditya Pathak of Edison, Rihan Sajid of Carteret, Neil Shah of Edison, Brian Machado of Edison, Ryan Brace of Scotch Plains, Dazlyn Erachshaw of Iselin and Sreeja Arumilli of Edison.

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