Attorney Seth Shelden of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) told Hun students recently about the group’s success in passing a treaty to ban nuclear weapons. The treaty, signed by 121 nations, bans the testing, use, and stockpiling of nuclear weapons. ICAN will receive the Nobel Peace Prize for their efforts in December.
Hun School students travelled to Arizona to study the thorny issue of immigration recently. The Global Immersion Experience took seven students to Nogales, a Mexican-U.S. border town to explore the many sides of the hot-button topic.
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