Ruling the Neo-Incan State
Since traveling to Peru in 2017, Riley fell in love with the country and the culture, which is why this committee is so near and dear to her heart. She has taken many classes about Latin America and plans to return to Peru in March. Of all the civilizations in Latin America, she finds the Inca the most fascinating. She cannot wait to see how delegates deal with maintaining the Incan empire, interacting with the Spanish, and deciding who really deserves to be the emperor. At William and Mary, she is double majoring in History and Government. She grew up just outside of Atlanta, Georgia and is a fourth-generation William & Mary student. She’s pretty involved with the International Relations Club, and frequently competes on the college circuit. She was the USG-SA for William and Mary’s high school conference this year. Outside of IRC, she enjoys spending time on campus in her hammock or walking around with friends.
Oscar is a sophomore at William & Mary from Miami, Florida majoring in International Relations and History along with a certificate program in Early American History and Museum Studies. He is thrilled to welcome you to Williamsburg for &MUN VII and to be a crisis director for this committee. As someone with particular interest in Spanish colonial history, Oscar is excited to be taking on a topic of such political and military intrigue. Besides the International Relations Club, he is a freshman Resident Assistant, a tour guide at the Wren Building, and a member of a social fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. His interests include reading travel blogs, cooking, theatre, and re-watching episodes of Frasier.