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In a distant future, there exists a universe of Aliens that will soon come to butt heads with the humans on the planet that was once Earth. After the beloved planet of the aliens has spontaneously exploded, they are tasked with finding a habitable place to live and further their civilization. A small fraction of the population has found temporary solace on a moving meteor that they have named Pramstonia. With a dismantled royal family, political tensions, and a little bit of magic; the quest for a stable home isn’t their only concern. Delegates must work together to stake their claim on a planet that may just be their only hope for survival. They must secure control of the meteor in order to destroy their human counterparts without destroying their own people in the process. Hurry Pramstonians, your people are depending on you!
In a world so far in the future, they have stopped counting the years, and humans and aliens go head-to-head in a battle for survival. Each society must use its wits and strengths to establish a secure place of living by annihilating its competition. This is sure to be a committee you have never seen before!
Howdy Delegates and welcome to MUNE XII! My name is Kennedie Black and I will be your Crisis Director for the humans of the Meet-eor Doom: The Galactic War Committee. I am a Georgia native, but don’t let that stop you from thinking I’m a fun gal! I am a sophomore here at Emory University double majoring in Mmerican history and minoring in math. When I’m not writing endless essays, I am usually procrastinating writing my essays. I also enjoy watching a plethora of television from Rupaul’s Drag Race to anything Marvel Cinematic Universe to Game of Thrones – I live for it all. I tend to find myself playing sudoku, doing crosswords, and dabbling in amateur interior design. There is nothing I love more than learning and trying everything – which is exactly why I got into Model UN.
In what was originally an attempt to refine my public speaking skills and have something that looks considerably decent on a resume, I was so lucky to find a community where I feel at home. Having never done MUN in high school, I was quite hesitant to randomly pick it up in my first year of college; however, as it turns out, the people and the competition have made it a core part of my personality (Thanks for the reality check, Nayan). I also love meeting new people so that was a bonus.
I have managed to find some of my closest friends, friends so close we came up with a JCC together. After not grabbing a coffee in a coffee shop with Nayan, we randomly had the idea to come up with a fun committee, and what’s funner than aliens vs. humans? Nayan and I wanted to create a committee that we wished we could compete in ourselves, devoid of all the usual stress that research causes. After six hours and no homework completed, we had just that and a dozen people we promised to chair in our committee. We will be going down a twisty road full of potholes and curves, and just know I love a good plot twist *wink*. My hope for this committee has no restrictions or constraints so please be as creative as possible and know that even the sky is not a limit.
Can’t wait to see y’all! Stay foxy!
Love and respect,
Greetings delegates and welcome to Emory’s Model UN Conference! My name is Nayan Mallubhotla and I will be your Crisis Director for the Alien Meet-eor Doom committee. I am originally from South-East Michigan but unlike the weather, I’m not cold-hearted. I am a sophomore majoring in psychology on the pre-med track here at Emory University and when I’m not holed up in the library studying, I love going for runs, listening to jazz, and…I guess that's all. I also love psychoanalyzing everyone I meet and that’s why I joined Model UN.
Just kidding! While that would be a fun reason, I found the community and competitive spirit of Model UN most enthralling. I loved being able to learn about new topics that I never would have touched as a pre-med student and debating about them with other college students like me. I love being able to step out of my comfort zone and make new friends at the schools I travel to. I joined MUN in my senior year of high school as a way to improve my speaking skills and it became the place where I made my closest friends (<3 you Kennedie). I love spending time with my team in-room and out-room and I couldn’t ask for a better way to start my college career (even if I don’t spend enough time studying for chemistry).
One day, Kennedie and I sat down in a coffee shop for 6 hours and came out with a fully formed JCC idea and a half written background guide. We wanted a stress-free committee where delegates don’t have to do any research prior to the conference. We wanted a futuristic committee that we honestly wish we could compete in ourselves. This committee is filled with twists, turns, magic, and just enough betrayal to warrant revenge on an entire planet. I hope delegates take this committee to the moon and beyond – fulfilling their wildest fantasies.
Have fun and stay out of this world!!
Love and esteem,
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