Crisis: The Minion Dominion: The Despicable Me Reboot
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This is the 30th Anniversary of the Anti-Villain League (AVL). The night before celebrations began news outlets around the world started reporting that the moon has suddenly disappeared. The AVL's research department confirmed that the moon is missing from orbit and suspect foul play. It is up to this committee to find out who took the moon, where the moon went, and if the disappearance of the moon is only the beginning of a greater evil plan...
Alycia Wong is a third year Sociology and Asian American Studies double major from Towson, Maryland. She joined MUN her freshman year and has stayed for the crazy awesome people. She has made 2 long-form claymation films, attends mahjong tournaments, and power-lifts in her free time. She is excited for all the creative ideas people come up with in the Despicable Me committee. Alycia looks forward to GauchoMUN XV.
Miles Clark is a second-year environmental studies major and earth science minor. He is from San Rafael, California, and spends much of his time at home searching for buried treasure at the beach with his metal detector. Miles has completed three triathlons, and is looking forward to training for his first marathon this spring. When he is not outside, he can be found playing his beloved sitar by an open flame. He is excited to act as a co-chair for the Minions committee and to discuss deep Despicable Me theories over the duration of the weekend.
Ela Schulz is a third-year, double major in History and Political Science and her hometown is Lafayette, California. She has been doing MUN for a year now and is currently one of the UCSB Crisis Trainers. Aside from MUN she works as an intern for her local congressman, is a part of a pre-law fraternity chapter, and works with her local community services district as a director. For fun, she likes to read, cook, and is learning how to knit. After college, she plans to go into politics and is currently considering law school opportunities. She looks forward to serving as Crisis Director for this committee.