Meeting the Seventh: “Divided We Stand: I Don’t Always Set Up International Institutions, But When I Do, They’re Relatively Relevant”

8:00 PM PhST Friday, November 30th | Philomathean Hall, 4th Floor College Hall (Please enter by the East Entrance, across from Fisher Fine Arts Library)

Join the members of the Philomathean Society for Meeting the Seventh, in which we lament the resurrection of Boy Meets World, toast to Palestine for its non-member observer status, and bask in all manner of Gentle Madness. A Literary Exercise entitled, “Divided We Stand: I Don’t Always Set Up International Institutions, But When I Do, They’re Relatively Relevant” will be delivered by Shawn Teo. The litex will delve into the relevance of multilateral organizations like the UN and how biases in favor of large member states impacts the legitimacy of said organizations.

Sic itur ad astra!

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