Mira Costa Model United Nations hosts LAIMUN XXIII

Mira Costa Model United Nations hosted LAIMUN XXIII at Mira Costa on December 2nd and 3rd. Over 1,200 students from Southern California participated in the debate in committees ranging from Security Councils to the General Assembly. The conference was fully student-organized and run. Unique international topics were debated, such as “utilizing technology to meet the growing demand for energy,” and “antimicrobial resistance in food and agriculture.”

MUN students are also currently preparing for the upcoming winter and spring conferences. In February, MUN will be traveling to Chicago for the MUNUC conference. Following Chicago, MUN will be traveling to Washington, D.C. to compete at NAIMUN at Georgetown University. This year, MUN will be going to two conferences in New York, as well. Locally, MUN will be competing at Huntington Beach High School. The year will be concluded with a conference at Berkeley

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