Should I Send An Update for the Harvard Model UN?

<p>This past weekend, I won the award of "best" in my committee at Harvard Model UN. About 2400 delegates attend the conference, and about 40 students win the designation of "best." (One or a partnership from each committee. About 150 delegates win any type of award.)</p>

<p>Seeing as the award was won at a Harvard conference, but I have a number of debate awards already, should I bother sending them an update on it? I suppose in terms of numbers it seems like a prestigious award, but in all honesty, the conference is "dominated" by like 4 or 5 schools...and mine is one of them.</p>

<p>So that's why I saw all these high school kids running around campus dressed up. Go ahead and send it in.</p>

<p>Hah yep that's definitely why. Any other thoughts?</p>

<p>I wouldnt worry about it, you already have your Yale acceptance to fall back on</p>

<p>Which committee? My twin brother, also a Harvard student, was the chair of the ECOFIN committee.</p>

<p>Also, if you don't mind saying, what high school?</p>

<p>As for the update letter, it's certainly a good idea.</p>

<p>chair of ecofin?! the asian guy?</p>

<p>i was there too</p>

<p>Not Louis... maybe chair is the wrong word.</p>

<p>The guy with the red tie.</p>

<p>ETA: Director might be the word I was looking for.</p>

<p>haha. louis lost his voice...but yeah now i know who you're talking about.</p>