All posts by Abraham Lyon

Abraham is a millennial and shares his passions about literature, politics and technology through several venues. Last year, Abraham founded the Entrepreneurship Speaker Series at his school, Concord Academy that invites notable alum to speak. Furthermore, after publishing a collection of works from his Creative Nonfiction class, Abraham is working towards launching a literary magazine. He is also co-head of his school’s Model UN team and chair of the specialized committee at his schools annual conference.

I have long felt some elusive attraction to Model UN—a United Nations competitive stimulation in which teams of high school students engage in political debate. My fascination began in the spring of my eight-grade year as I began the high school application process. After reading extensively through Model UN school profiles, I began to develop […]

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Negotiators reached a historic agreement on July 14, 2015 to limit Iran’s nuclear capabilities in return for lifting international oil and financial sanctions. Currently, the deal is pending in Congress. Congress has the right to review the deal, to approve or disapprove it, and then to overrule a presidential veto if a sufficient number of […]

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