Great Success at CAHSMUN 2018 and final thoughts on the year!
Over the April 6-8 weekend, 43 LFA Model UN students attended CAHSMUN at the Sheraton Hotel in Vancouver. This local conference of over 800 students is very interesting as it allows students to delegate with many local students from all over the greater Vancouver area and Victoria. This year, there were schools from Washington State, Alberta and South America.
The Harvard Model UN Congress (HMCE) in Madrid in March, 2018 proved to be a superbly wonderful experience for all delegates. Known for its professionalism and organization, this conference also boasts an encouraging and co-operative approach to negotiations that make liaising with others very meaningful. Harvard's conference in Europe is rich because there are many students from many countries around the world and they bring their experiences to the issues being discussed. Not only did this Harvard delegation enjoy this conference par excellence, these MUN students were able to enjoy some traveling to lovely parts of the South of Spain where they viewed beautiful architectural and historic sites cities as the UNESCO heritage city of Toledo, the Alhambra in Granada and the Mezquita in Cordoba.
Little Flower Academy is very proud of two very special alumnae: our recipients of the 2018 Distinguished Alumnae award. Congratulations to Clare Smart ‘91 and Emily Cordonier ’01, who are this year's inductees. Clare has demonstrated extraordinary community service, both through her successful career in policing and through her personal and deeply committed humanitarian outreach work. Emily reached the highest international levels in her sport, captaining the Canadian volleyball team, before bridging her athletic success into a successful broadcast journalism career.