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Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School excels in providing students opportunities to become acquainted with ways to maneuver in the global environment they will soon lead. From embracing the varied cultures of the school's diverse student body to participating in activities which equip students with knowledge and experience to operate in a culturally rich world, students learn to move comfortably among their global peers and gain a greater understanding of people from all nations. Model United Nations (MUN) at Rabun Gap allows students to travel to nearby universities and replicate the negotiation and amendment process of the United Nations. The team traveled to Georgia Tech last weekend to compete with schools from around the United States. Rabun Gap MUN students represented the United Kingdom and Jensen Vu '15 received an Honorable Mention award as a delegate serving on the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). The UNDP works with nations to improve quality of life, focusing on topics including expanding the role and number of women in government, reconsidering the Millennium Development Goals due to expire in 2015, and rebuilding regions affected by political instability in Africa and the Middle East. Team members included Jacob Calvert '15, Ryan Charnoky '15, Sandra Chung '16, Jodie Lian '17, Isabella Mo '17, Thuy Nguyen '15, Phoebe Peng '15, Joaquin Perez '16, Akira Stobaeus '15, Jensun Vu '15, and Apple Zhang '18. Congratulations MUN Team 2014!
Rabun Gap Upper School students, parents, and faculty attended the annual Rabun Gap College Fair last Friday. Admission representatives from 32 colleges were in attendance to answer questions. The annual college fair is a great opportunity for Rabun Gap students to make personal contact with college reps, explore opportunities and ask questions, learn about financial aid and application dates -- all in the comfort of the Rabun Gap campus.
An art piece created by alumnus Harry Wang '14 was selected as a cover piece for this year's National Junior Art Honor Society catolog. Harry created the cover piece of a young boy looking in a fish bowl for Gail Loder's AP Studeio Art class. Harry is currently a freshman at the University of Connecticut. We're proud of Harry and look forward to hearing more about his accomplishments.

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