Ad Hoc Crisis
Ad Hoc is an advanced crisis committee requiring delegates to think on the spot and solve problems they do not know beforehand.
The International Press Corps (IPC) is an all but traditional MUN experience, providing delegates with an exciting and never dull committee, providing the opportunity for delegates to step into the shoes of a reporter! Instead of countries or crisis roles, reporters get assigned news agencies. IPC Reporter’s spend committee sessions examining delegates’ foreign policy and writing articles for their retrospective news agencies. IPC delegates should have a passion for writing, and come prepared to apply their inquisitive and analytical traits. The IPC is best suited for delegates with some Model UN experience under their belt, however, delegates of all levels wishing to challenge themselves and learn new skills are welcome!