Nicholas Gervasi '16, Brendan Kennedy '16 and Joseph O'Malley '16 of Marshfield, students at Boston College High School, and members of the school's Model United Nations Club, traveled to Nashville, Tenn for a three day conference at Vanderbilt University. At the assembly, Gervasi represented Peru in the OAS (Organization of American States), Kennedy represented South Africa in the International Atomic Energy Agency Committee and O'Malley represented Cameroon in the SOCHUM Committee (Social, Cultural, Humanitarian Affairs Committe).
While in Nashville, the three young men and their 20 fellow students dined at the historic Wildhorse Saloon, where they learned to dance the two-step.The group also toured Vanderbilt University and visited Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage, which included his grave site, mansion, estate and Presidential Library.
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