Being a part of Press Corps is a unique experience that is unlike any other at NAIMUN. Press Corps consists of about one dozen delegates led by several Georgetown student editors who together are responsible for spreading the word on happenings both inside and out of committee through digital and print media. Press Corps delegates will have the chance to visit numerous committees throughout the conference to report on the latest crises, debates, and more. They will also be able to report on out-of-committee activities such as Hilltop Madness and the Delegate Dance. Delegates will be expected to produce 1-2 full-length articles and several blurbs, photos, and/or videos per committee session, which editors will publish on NAIMUN's Facebook, Twitter, and WordPress Blog. Articles will also be featured in the NAIMUN Daily, the conference's newspaper, which is produced twice throughout the weekend. Being a delegate on Press Corps is a fun and exciting way to experience all of the highlights of NAIMUN.
For information on the NAIMUN XLIX Press Corps, please take a look at the NAIMUN Daily.