Grihith Varaday, Business Manager|February 18, 2018
Each February, MUNUC hosts over 2,500 students from across the globe to take part in solving the world's most pressing issues.
The conference was held at the Palmer House Hilton. Each committee debated in the hotel's 80 plus ballrooms for up to nine hours a day.
"I'm looking forward to assassinating some people," said Elliot Svirnoskiy, senior, who acted as the Minister of Finance in the 1945 Iranian Government.
The delegates pose at the Old Chicago Public Library auditorium.
Before opening ceremonies commence, the Marquette delegation representing Kazakhstan visit the US' largest Macy's department store.
The Macy's Department Store in the Loop.
"You could say it's a lil' frosty outside today," said the Loop's Walgreen's manager said of the nine degree weather.
"I like the Chicago nightlife more than back home in Detroit," said Arushi Chandrakapure, senior, who represented Bosnia and Herzegovina on the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Grihith Varaday, sophomore, is the Business Manager for the Messenger. He is also the founder and President of Future Business Leaders of America, Project...
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