Tackling Global Issues: Student Reflections on Model UN

Members of the Model United Nations club recently attended UCLA's BruinMUN Conference, where they simulated the proceedings of the UN and debated topics from immigration to chemical weapons. Four delegates shared their experiences with us. Morey '15 I represented Romania in the European Union. The EU was an interesting committee because, as a union of... Continue Reading →

Circles, Transitions & 56 Zines

Arts instructor Ascha Drake shares about The Bay School Zine Club's most recent project.  The Bay School Zine Club is coming out with their second self-published zine! The theme is Begendings ... the merging of beginnings and endings, which hitches into the idea of "transitions." The group decided that a circular format was an intriguing... Continue Reading →

Student Leaders Speak: Bianca ’15, Leader, International Aid Club

What’s your favorite thing about being a leader at Bay? My favorite thing about being a leader is inspiring other people like me. When I was a freshman, I was really shy and I didn’t think I could have been a leader at Bay. I hope that other freshman who were like me think, “Oh,... Continue Reading →

Reflections: Stanford Model UN Conference

The Bay School’s student participants in the Stanford Model United Nations Conference reflect on their experiences. Click here to flip through photos from the conference. Please note: Keep an eye out for a separate update detailing Bay students’ recent participation in Harvard Model Congress, held Jan. 18-21. Student reflections: Gemma ’13 representing Vietnam on the... Continue Reading →

Conversations: Hope for African Children

Ugandan Keneth Kiyija spoke to the Bay community Friday about his nonprofit organization benefitting orphans of the AIDS epidemic called Hope for African Children or HAC Uganda. During Morning Meeting, members of the International Aid Club screened this YouTube video, which explains how a series of events including the loss of his father and sister,... Continue Reading →

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