Club Conferences for 2016 – 2017 Season
PMUNC Princeton Model United Nations Conference (PMUNC) November 17 – 20, 2016

Congratulations to our PMUNC delegation for a fantastic conference! Get a glimpse of the conference through this one minute video:

Ivy League Model United Nations Conference (ILMUNC) January 26 – January 29, 2017ILMUNC XXXIII had 3,000 students from countries around the world converge on Philadelphia. Read delegate Hae-In Seong’s account of ILMUNC XXXI.
Hightstown Model United Nations Conference (HMUN) February 25, 2017Congratulations to Seth Hugg on his Honorable Mention Award and Katherine Pearson on her Best Delegate Award!
West Windsor Plainsboro South (SouthMUNC) March 25, 2017


Conferences 2014 – 2015

Hightstown Model UN (HMUN) March 28, 2015

Delegates from AHMUNC, Hightstown High School and Freehold High School gathered to engage in dynamic crisis committees on the topics of Cyber Warfare and Southeast Asia Territorial Dispute.

Congratulations to AHMUNC delegates who were honored with three of four awards.

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Nathan Emery accepts Best Delegate award from President Virpatap Grewal


Hae-In Seong accepts Honorable Mention award from Secretary-General Charlie Carr.

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Eugene Seong accepts Honorable Mention award from President Virpatap Grewal.

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March 2015 Club Simulation March 7, 2015

Seth Hugg led delegates to collaborate on solutions for Promoting and Protecting Human Rights in Post­ Conflict Societies.

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pennIvy League Model United Nations Conference (ILMUNC) January 29 – February 1, 2015


ILMUNC 2015 Trailer

Hae-In Seong and Nathan Emery, Head Delegate, at ILMUNC 2015.


Nathan Emery as CIA CFO Leonard Hobbes in CIA 1980.


Hae-In Seong represents Palau in the UN Development Programme.

January 2015 Club Simulation January 3, 2015

Delegates debated foreign military intervention in internal conflicts.


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Princeton Model United Nations Conference (PMUNC) November 20 – 23, 2014


PMUNC 2014 Trailer

Katherine Pearson and Nathan Emery, Head Delegate, represent Guatemala at PMUNC 2014.

Nathan Emery in the Paris Peace Conference.

Katherine Pearson in the Organization of American States.

AHMUNC Club members observe PMUNC Saturday morning committee sessions.

Conferences Attended 2013 – 2014
October 2014 Club Simulation October 18, 2014

Nathan Emery lead delegates modeling FAO collaborating about the issue of child labor in agriculture.

From Left to Right: South Africa (Hightstown), United Kingdom (Hightstown), Mexico (Charlie Carr), Simulation Secretary-General and Committee Chair (Nathaniel Emery), Laos (Salma Elkhouga), People’s Republic of China (Seth Hugg), France (Arwa Elkhouga), Palestine (Zach Patterson), Iran (Eugene Seong), Indonesia (Morgan Emery), USA (Vir Grewal), Ghana (Hae-In Seong), Nigeria (Hightstown), Russian Federation (Katherine Pearson), Cambodia (Alex Baynard), Canada (Grace Renauro)

Delegates share ideas in an unmoderated caucus.

The delegate from Nigeria makes a point about child labor in agriculture.

March 2014 Club Simulation March 1, 2014

From Left to Right: Simulation Secretary-General and Committee Chair (Nicholas Pearson), Burundi (Nicholas Emery), Jamaica (Luke Jacob), China (Katherine Pearson), Afghanistan (Ryan Hartman), Egypt (Andrea Quinones), United States of America (Nathan Emery), Japan (Seth Hugg), Mexico (Zach Patterson), Morocco (Zach Gill), Netherlands (Grace Renauro)

March 2014 Simulation

Delegates share ideas in an unmoderated caucus.

March 2014 simul unmod

Nicholas Pearson tallys votes in favor of the motion on the floor
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Nicholas Pearson authored the background guide to lead delegates modeling UNICEF seeking to create solutions around the issue of child soldiers.

NAIMUN LI North American Invitational Model United Nations (NAIMUN) February 13 – 16, 2014


NAIMUN 51 Trailer

Nathan Emery, Head Delegate and Nicholas Emery. Not pictured: Nicholas Pearson.

NAIMUN Nicholas and Nathan by sign

As seen on Nathan Emery in the Imperial Japanese War Cabinet

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AHMUNC club members at the pre-conference simulation
January 2014 Simulation

NAIMUN 2014 was held in the middle of a major snowstorm but many schools, including international ones, were determined not to let the weather hold them back:

  • Nathan Emery, Head Delegate, was Shigenori Tōgō – Foreign Minister for Joint Regional: Operation Downfall, 1945 – Imperial Japanese War Cabinet. In a midnight crisis, the committee responded to an attack on Manchuria.
  • Nicholas Emery was Minister of the Exterior, Yedinstvo: Vladimir Putin’s Cabinet, 2000.
    The committee reenacted the transition of power to Vladimir Putin and made difficult decisions about Chechnya, corruption and Russia’s place on the world stage.

January 2014 Club Simulation January 4, 2014

Our Head Delegate, Nathan Emery, led the club through a reenactment of the Bretton-Woods conference.

  • Secretary-General and Committee Chair (Nathan Emery)
  • Panama (Sophie Di Iorio)
  • United Kingdom (Nicholas Emery)
  • Australia (Zach Gill)
  • Greece (Seth Hugg)
  • United States of America (Nicholas Pearson)
  • Luxembourg (Katherine Pearson)
  • Mexico (Grace Renauro)
 Princeton Model United Nations (PMUNC)
December 5 – December 8, 2013

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Nathan Emery with Best Position Paper award
IMG_8086PMUNC 2013 had an amazing line up and our delegation was privileged to be part of application committees:

  • Nicholas Emery, Head Delegate, Head of National People’s Congress, Zhang Dejiang, for The Chinese Politburo. This regional committee debated the Chinese housing bubble, reform of the Chinese educational system, pollution and environmental reforms and the Hukou system.
  • Nathan Emery, Count Vladimir Nikolaevich Kokovtsov, Russian Sunset: Downfall of the Romanov Dynasty and the February Revolution. This crisis committee reenacted the reign of Tsar Nicholas II including the February and October revolutions, WW I and the ultimate assassination of the royal family. Nathan won the Best Position Paper award.

To get a flavor of the conference, take a look at our video:

November 2013 Club Simulation November16, 2013


Nicholas Emery chairs the simulation.


Seth Hugg states the position of Mexico.


Nathan Emery defends the position of the DPRK.

Our Head Delegate, Nicholas Emery, led the club through a simulation of DISEC, debating small arms trade in the black market and the nuclear threat of the DPRK.

  • Secretary-General and Committee Chair (Nicholas Emery)
  • DPRK (Nathan Emery)
  • United States of America (Leah Pomerantz)
  • Mexico (Seth Hugg)
  • India (Andrea Quinones)
Conferences Attended 2012 – 2013 (Under the auspices of CHAPMUN)
 Ivy League Model United Nations (ILMUNC)
January 24-27, 2013



ILMUNC XXIX was no exception to the tradition of organizational excellence and dynamic, international atmosphere. Our club created a trailer posted to YouTube that captures it.

Our club worked closely with the ILMUNC Secretariat to be assigned a country who is an international player in Panama with significant committee assignments:

  • Nathan Emery, Head Delegate, World Bank (by application)
  • Graduated Member, Deputy Head Delegate, Disarmament and International Security (DISEC)
  • Nicholas Emery, UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)
  • Nicholas Pearson, International Maritime Organization (IMO)
  • Eva-Marie Quinones, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)

January 2013 Club Simulation January 4, 2013

Our head delegate, Nathan Emery, led the club through a stimulating simulation acting as the Panamanian Cabinet:

  • Nathan Emery: Minister of Economy and Finance – Frank de Lima
  • Nicholas Emery: Minister of Commerce and Industry – Ricardo Quijano
  • Katherine Pearson: Minister of Tourism – Salomon Shamah
  • Nicholas Pearson: Authority of the Panama Canal – Administrator Jorge Quijano
  • Eva-Marie Quinones: National Directorate of Women – Markelda Montenegro de Herrera
  • Graduated Member: President of the Republic – Ricardo Martinelli

Nathan Emery put together a comprehensive Panamanian Cabinet Background Guide and led the committee through maritime and foreign relations issues.

 Princeton Model United Nations (PMUNC)
November 29-December 2, 2012


PMUNC could not have been more thrilling. We attended under our charter club, CHAPMUN, as the nation Estonia, and our committees were engaging:

  • Nicholas Emery, Head Delegate, Estonia, World Trade Organization (WTO)
    Topics of debate included Agricultural Products, especially Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs), and Intellectual Property including the balance of incentivizing pharmaceutical organizations to invest in research and development by earning a sufficient return through legal protections balanced against the need for inexpensive life-saving drugs in third-world countries.
  • Nathan Emery, Israel, International Olympics Committee (IOC)
    The committee debated the three proposed locations for the 2020 games ahead of the actual IOC decision as well as proposing changes to the Olympic Charter, the first principle of which is “Olympism is a philosophy of life, exalting and combining in a balanced whole the qualities of body, will and mind. Blending sport with culture and education, Olympism seeks to create a way of life based on the joy of effort, the educational value of good example, social responsibility and respect for universal fundamental ethical principles.”
  • Eva-Marie Quinones, Sudan, South Sudanese Cabinet
    This special committee represented members of the South Sudanese Cabinet about issues as they were deep in conflict with North Sudan. A special dynamic was added to the committee as the chair was a Princeton student from South Sudan and the committee was graced with a conference call with an actual South Sudan cabinet member.

To get a flavor of the conference, check out our video:

November 2012 Club Simulation November 5, 2012


Our Head Delegate, Nicholas Emery, led the club through a simulation of the World Trade Organization debating issues around agricultural products and intellectual property.

  • Secretary-General and Committee Chair (Nicholas Emery)
  • Israel (Nathan Emery)
  • France (Katherine Pearson)
  • Spain (Nicholas Pearson)
  • Sudan (Eva-Marie Quinones)
  • China (Graduated Member)
 Ivy League Model United Nations (ILMUNC)
January 26-29, 2012
Conference XXVIII was a great conference and the Penn campus tour was fantastic despite the rain.Our club represented Lesotho with delegate participation ranging from large sessions to small crisis committees:

  • Graduated Member, Head Delegate, Assembly of the African Union
  • Nicholas Emery, UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
  • Nathan Emery, Historic General Assembly: Copenhagen Climate Change Conference of 2009
  • Graduated Member, Disarmament and International Security (DISEC)
  • Graduated Member, UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
  • Graduated Member, Joint Crisis Committee: Athenian Cabinet

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