Stevenson’s Model United Nations Team Off To Strong Start
With multiple honors in its first three conferences, Stevenson’s Model United Nations team is developing into a formidable local and national competitor. Members of the Model UN Team research current world issues and represent various countries at Model United Nations conferences. Students work individually and in teams to accurately represent their assigned countries in crisis situations and in-depth simulations of current and past United Nations topics.
Last weekend at the Princeton University Model UN Conference, a national competition, Stevenson earned the Honorable Small Delegation Award. Specific awards were given to Samarth Arul (Best Delegate), Sydney Lam and Stone Yan (Outstanding Delegates), Pranav Meraga and Tej Kosaraju (Honorable Mentions), Swathi Sureshmoothy, Jonathan Tao, Pranav Atluri and Ayush Bajaj (Verbal Commendations), and Michael Kirylau and Saksham Prakash (Best Position Paper).
Two weeks ago at the Brown University Model UN Conference, a national competition, and the St. Ignatius Conference, which featured top programs in the Chicago area, the Patriots also won multiple honors.
At the Brown conference, Eshaam Bhattad and Jesenia Parthasarathy took best honors, Eric Yang was named outstanding and Medha Mamidipaka made honorable mention. At the St. Ignatius conference, Anthony Makhovik, Anmol Dash, Maddie Wang and Olivia Lee earned best honors, Elijah Cherian, Aditi Boddu, Aarushi Sharma, Mia Korsunsky and Matthew Lewis were named to the outstanding list and Sia Shetkar, Aydin Akad, Sherry Wang and Ahana Titus made honorable mention.
Pass On The Beat Performance Before School Tomorrow
Come to school a little early tomorrow. Pass on the Beat, a musical charity club, will perform in front of the Performing Arts Center before school at 7:45 a.m. Enjoy some great music before your day begins and consider giving some spare change for Give-A-Thon.
Treat Day! PPA Bake Sale Is Tomorrow
Satisfy your sweet tooth tomorrow at the Patriot Parent Association Bake Sale! Everything is $1 and either cash or Patriot Dollars are accepted….but students will make it through the line fastest with cash! Bake Sales start immediately after 6th period in the Wood Commons and Glass Commons.
Apply Now: Blind Service Association Offering College Scholarships
Every year Blind Service Association awards 20 to 30 scholarships, ranging in amounts from $750 to $3,000, to young people planning to attend a professional school, a college, or a university. Applications are judged according to academic merit, evidence of community service and need. Eligible students must be legally blind and be enrolled/accepted in an accredited degree program during the fall of 2022. If interested, please go to disabilities.uchicago.edu or contact Dustin Cather at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (312) 236-0808.
Stevenson Celebrates Fall Athletes At Athletic Awards Night
The Stevenson Athletic Department, along with families and coaches, honored our fall athletes on Monday night in the Sportscenter at the Fall Athletic Awards Night.
There were four major categories of awards: the North Suburban Conference Sportsmanship Awards, the Scholar-Athlete Awards, the Exceptional Stevenson Patriot Pride Awards and the Big Gun Awards, sponsored by the Sports Boosters.
Winners of the Big Gun Awards, shown in the picture above, were: Athletic Training: Aleksandra Ilic; Boys Golf: Dylan Kaplan; Girls Golf: Emily Duan; Girls Tennis: Thea Surya; Girls Field Hockey: Haley Mulvihill; Girls Cross Country: Shannon Moser; Boys Cross Country: Philip Villano; Girls Swimming & Diving: Claudia Rzeznik; Girls Volleyball: Amanda Holsen; Football: Jacob Whiting; Boys Soccer: Adam Hamad; Allied Bowling: Jared Schor.
For a complete list of Fall Athletic Awards winners, please click here.
Girls basketball: Stevenson won its first game of the season on Monday night with a 56-15 victory against Taft. Emory Klatt lead all scorers with 19 points and Ava Bardic added 16 points. The Patriots next host New Trier on Friday. Spectators are encouraged to support the team by wearing white for the “White Out.” As a preview to the season, the Patriots are featured in the Daily Herald’s Scouting The North Suburban Conference.
Boys Bowling: The Patriots improved to 3-0 with a 3561-3435 victory over non-conference opponent Evanston. Junior Ender Starr led the way with a 712. Next up is a conference matchup against visiting Mundelein today at Fairhaven Lanes.
For data lovers, the release of fresh census data probably feels like an extra Christmas every 10 years. But for K-12 students, chances are it’s not quite the cause for celebration. So how do you make that data accessible, relevant and maybe even fun? If you’re the U.S. Census Bureau, you call in other students—like a team of aspiring data scientists from American University.
WBEZ Chicago asked listeners what would happen if their college loans were paid off.
The Week Ahead
Mark your calendars for these events and see the Stevenson Calendar for details on these and future programs.
Nov. 16-22: BPO Flower Fundraiser
Nov. 16: International College Fair
Nov. 16-19: Trades/Direct To Career Week
Nov. 17: PPA Bake Sale
Nov. 18: Late Arrival
Nov. 19: PTC Fundraiser
Nov. 19-21: Fall Musical: SpongeBob
Nov. 20: Deadline For Cap & Gown Orders