North America Final College Rankings 2013-2014

20. McGill University

McGill has been improving every year since the rankings have come out and this year is no exception. This is McGill’s highest rank to date and helps them maintain the title as the best Canadian delegation. This season’s accomplishments include a solid performance at HNMUN, an Outstanding Small Delegation at VICS, a  top-five finishes at SCSY, awards at NCSC, and a Best Small Delegation award at CIAC. The organization also hosted McMUN in the winter, which was voted as tied with HNMUN for the best conference in North America.

Head Delegate Emmett Meacher seemed pleased with the team’s strong performance this year. “The McGill delegations team is extremely satisfied which their performance throughout the year having unprecedented success on the circuit with numerous individual awards at and 2 delegations awards at 6 conferences. The team’s accomplishments are a testament towards a new emphasis on training and preparation before the conference. With a great mixture of veteran and new delegates the team is quite excited to see how the next year will unfold.”

Fall 2013 North America College Rankings

14. McGill University

McGill is having one of its best seasons ever. It started its season with a top-five finish at SCSY behind only UPenn, Columbia, Georgetown, and Harvard. It then took home some awards at NCSC and ended its fall semester on a high note by winning Best Small Delegation at CIAC ahead of Canadian rival Queen’s University. In fact, they had the highest weighted score of any team at CIAC. “The McGill delegations team has reached a new level in their dedication to preparation and training, which has translated to the team’s success in the fall semester,” said head delegate Emmett Meacher. “As the team continues to improve their skills, both on and off the circuit, we are looking forward to competition and another successful semester.” Of course, many other delegates are looking forward to attending McMUN when the season resumes from winter break.

Fall 2014 North America College Model UN Rankings and Recognition

9. McGill University

This is by far the best team that McGill has ever fielded as it enters into the top ten for the first time. McGill won the Best Small Delegation award at SCSY where it received the most gavels and its weighted score was only behind large delegation award winners West Point and Columbia. The team also had a pair of top ten finishes at NCSC and CMUNNY to boost its resume and showed that it will consistently compete with the top teams this year. McGill will open the spring semester by hosting McMUN.

IRSAM Delegation at the 2015 CSW Meets with Permanent Mission of Pakistan to the United Nations.

IRSAM's Delegation to the 59th Session of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women got to meet Dr. Maliha Lodhi, Permanent Representative of the Permanent Mission of Pakistan to the United Nations. They spoke about women's issues in Pakistan.

Dr. Lodhi, who presented her credentials to United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon just a couple of days ago is the first female Permanent Representative of Pakistan to the United Nations. Dr. Lodhi has previously served as Pakistan's Ambassador to the United States as well as Pakistan's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.

2014-2015 North American College Model UN Final Rankings

13. McGill University

After a top ten finish in the fall, McGill settles into its highest year-end placement at number 13. Their fall season started incredibly strong at SCSY, where they won Best Small Delegation and dominated committee gavels. They also finished in the top seven at CMUNNY and received multiple awards at NCSC. In the spring, they received multiple awards at HNMUN and ChoMUN. Additionally, they hosted the 26th session of their collegiate conference, McMUN, which 16 top-ranking schools attended, making it one of the most heavily-weighted conferences for spring rankings.

Regarding the 2014-2015 season, Head Delegate Emmett Meacher said the following: I am very proud of the team’s performance this past year and all the success that has come with it. For the past two years, there has been a shifted focus towards preparations when going to a conference…With this veteran team, that has paid off, and I am extremely satisfied with our results this MUN season. A big shout to the graduating members for making this year incredible.” Along with Meacher, Head Delegates Manzar Akbar, Nick Ellery, and Oscar Isham led the team this year.