Here's The thermo-status

Feature by Delegate of Politico,  Madison Sinclair

At BosMUN XVI, it's about 20 degrees outside. Luckily, in 1883, Warren S. Johnson invented the thermostat.

European Council kept it cool(ish) at 71 degrees. Delegates were eager to solve the refugee crisis in such a moderate environment.


It was a bit warmer in the Vienna Committee.


Even though we are in Boston, the thermostat in the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank went by Celsius, 22.5 to be exact. They kept it at a moderate 72.5 Fahrenheit - perfect for combatting the chilly weather outside.


Smiling though the pain of the unknown, delegates of the World Health Organization had little idea of the temperature in their room. Although a breeze was evident, the thermostat was off. Still, this resolution group was unstoppable in their pursuit of better worldwide healthcare.


Warmth - the quality, state, or sensation of being warm. That word describes the UNAID Committee.



There's snow outside but it's 74 in the UN Habitat Committee. It's a nice view, though.