Chair: Boyoung Hwang and Evan Lee
The primary purpose of the Press Corps. is to facilitate informational transfers between participants in the Academy Model United Nations (AMUN.) These committees include the general assemblies, crisis committees, and other specialized and regional bodies. Press Corps. communicates with these committees, but does not participate in the process of debating itself. Thus, it is requisite that members of this committee conduct research about the pertinent topics that will be discussed in other sessions. Delegates in Press Corps. therefore achieve a comprehensive view of the economic, social, and political states of the countries being represented. This allows them to take on the role of a global journalistic body, with delegates reporting on the discussions that take place during the conference. Delegates must be skillful writers with the ability to transmit information efficiently, and must also have a strong abilities in multimedia and data compilation. Members of the Press Corps. produce detailed articles, which are assembled in a collective newsletter that is distributed to other delegates at the conclusion of the conference. Conclusively, the Press Corps. will use available communication channels to update other committees on relevant information, as well as to consolidate the topics that are discussed at individual committees' meetings.