A long day standing up for various issues culminated in a traditional Scottish Ceilidh (pronounced like KAY-lee), where students let their hair down and enjoyed several traditional group and couple dances with other delegates. There was also a disco (Euro-speak for a more modern kind of high school dance) where students could change it up from the memorized and repetitive steps of the Ceilidh. It's great to have a time where students can break from the seriousness of the conference and have a little fun.
We return to George Watson's tomorrow morning for the final hour of debate and closing ceremonies, where the two best resolutions will be presented in front of the General Assembly. Wish us luck in our final day of the conference!