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Sabotage in Space: Martian Madness

In 2077, Earth's second Martian research colony on Mars has successfully been established with fledgling astronauts calling it their new home away from home. While these researchers may have come from different parts of Earth, they must investigate the recent destruction of the first Martian base while braving the ever-decreasing supply of food, water, and oxygen. On the expansive red planet, researchers will explore and encounter anomalies, putting their field training to the test. While each researcher claims to make new discoveries in the name of science, ties to the old world have left each astronaut with their own agenda. A commercial scientist from the Amazon- Tesla-Virgin Corporation, heavily decorated microbiologist, and a flat-earther stowaway are now stuck together on a one-way trip for the rest of their short lives. With the Impulse AI enacting new procedures by majority vote assisting their journey, what could possibly go right?

Crisis Director
Alexander Kagan

Alexander is a sophomore from Los Angeles, California. He recently found a passion for Marketing and is making the most of his time at the University of Alabama. Alexander enjoys asking outside-the-box questions while imagining scenarios for Model United Nations and Dungeons and Dragons. Outside of MUN, Alexander is the Business Director for the Black Warrior Film Festival and loves studying abroad. He'll gladly accept any challenge to a board game and enjoys learning new ones, so if you have any recommendations, make sure to let him know. When he's free from class, you can spot him taking photos of locations around town, reading a book under a shady tree, or looking at pictures from around the world dreaming of his next vacation.

Jordan Gulledge

Jordan Gulledge (she/her) is a freshman from Sarasota, Florida majoring in Political Science with a double minor in Public Policy and Philosophy. She has been doing Model U.N. all over the nation since the 8th grade! This is her first year traveling with the University of Alabama's MUN travel team! Jordan serves as a delegate for Freshman Forum here at UA, as well as a member of the Leading Women of Tomorrow chapter. Outside of MUN, she is in the library until one o'clock in the morning, chasing a good chai latte, and doing Olympic weightlifting! Jordan is incredibly excited to see her first year of ALMUN and looks forward to meeting all the delegates in her committee!

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