Students Reflect on Nobel Conference

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009 at 10:18 am

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Pine City seniors Devin Braatz and Bryce Kryzer spoke to the school board Monday about the 45th Nobel Conference at Gustavus Adolphus College.   The students attended the two day conference in October.  The conference focuses on global issues .  This year’s title was H2O: Uncertain Resource.

Kryzer talks about the benefit of attending the Nobel Conference:

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High school students, teachers, and the general public attend the two-day conference in St. Peter.  The event draws roughly 6,000 a year.

Braatz says what he valued the most from the conference is learning how Americans can use water more efficiently.

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Braatz and Kryzer were the only two Pine City students to fill out the application and attend the conference.  They both say it was highly beneficial.

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