Arab League is a student club dedicated to expanding our
knowledge and understanding of the culture, history and politics
of the Middle East. According to our Charter, the purpose
of MAL is "to further the understanding of Arabic peoples,
cultures and governments through competition and participation
in Model Arab League conferences and related activities."
represent one of the countries in the Arab League, attempt to
learn the countries policies on a wide variety of political and
security issues, economic, social and humanitarian issues.
the main event of MAL is our annual participation in Northwest
Model of the League of Arab States.
Martin's College sends a delegation to this conference every
Spring semester. the MAL Club is open to all SMC students,
regardless of your major. MAL gives students the
opportunity to learn about current world issues by engaging in
research, discussion and debate. Students will not only
learn more about world events, but also improve their speaking,
researching and interpersonal skills.
year the club represented Saudi Arabia at the Northwest Regional
Model Arab League hosted by Portland State University. The
delegation shared the award for best delegation with Shoreline
Community College. Individual SMC students won awards for
outstanding delegates in every committee
annual conference will be hosted by Pacific University in Oregon
information on the Model Arab League Club, call Dr.
Richard Langill at x-4588 (firstname.lastname@example.org)