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Over the past few months, you and your partners have worked hard to research and prepare for the 2020 MSUN Conference in Black Mountain. While we are unable to host Festival of Nations in person, we...
By: Shelby Swanson

Today, the NC Y&G Mock Trial All Star Round featured many outstanding judicial delegates facing off in the case People of the State of Illinois v. Alex Buckley (to read more...
By: Andrew Basinger and Anders Ljung

On February 15th, North Carolina YMCA Youth and Government implemented their first plenary session, where five legislation bills were selected to present. This...
By: Julia Johnston

Media is often overlooked and pushed to the side as an “easy” branch, but the truth is that Media requires a lot more work than most people might think. So what kind of work does...
By: Anders Ljung

North Carolina YMCA Youth and Government is clearly a very exciting event for all delegates and advisors who attend. Although NC Y&G is very organized, there are times where the...
By: Parker Watson and Emmy Martin 

When most delegates hear the word “Appellate”, they have no idea what it means. Hadley Burke from West Forsyth High School even answered, “I think people peel...
By: Andrew Basinger

Democracy is the focus and pulse of North Carolina Youth and Government. One of the most important aspects of democracy is reflecting on what changes people want and executing...
By: Shelby Swanson

The 2020 Governor’s Gala did not disappoint with its deliverance of an excellent dinner and dance. Falling on Valentine’s Day this year, the Raleigh Convention Center ballroom was...
By: Shelby Swanson and Julia Johnston

Dear NC Y&G,

We only meet once a year, but you “are our favorite part of [that] year.” You engage us in lively debate and exciting activities. You...
By: Parker Watson

The National Anthem is an important part of any public gathering in North Carolina, but it is especially so for the delegates here at the 2020 NC YMCA Youth and Government...

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