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Michael DiVittorio
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Riverview High School students Liam Gaynor Ben Brumbaugh Pat Scott Christoph Hudak Mikaela Collins Sydney Reyes recently participated in the 17th annual Columbia University Model United Nations Conference and Exposition. Jan. 2018.
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Riverview High School students Liam Gaynor Ben Brumbaugh Pat Scott Christoph Hudak Mikaela Collins Sydney Reyes recently participated in the 17th annual Columbia University Model United Nations Conference and Exposition. Jan. 2018.

Riverview High School students Liam Gaynor Ben Brumbaugh Pat Scott Christoph Hudak Mikaela Collins Sydney Reyes recently participated in the 17th annual Columbia University Model United Nations Conference and Exposition.

The team had the opportunity to interact and compete with international students representing six continents, coming as far as New Zealand, South Korea, and Kazakhstan. The team toured the United Nations headquarters during the trip to New York City.

Gaynor earned a third place honorable delegate award for his participation at the event.

Michael DiVittorio is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 412-871-2367, [email protected] or via Twitter @MikeJdiVittorio.

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