Ahoy lads! I welcome ye to the Pirate’s Life for Me: Nassau Republic of Pirates 1706 here at FIMUN35. Embark on a journey where the future of the Pirate world is in your hands. Delegates are welcomed to the shores of Nassau, Bahamas, tasked with advancing the society present whether that is towards their benefit or that of a faraway monarch. Creativity is paramount, but so is the recollection of the history within this time period. Strap on your favorite boots and let’s set sail in the Golden Age of Piracy.
Carlos is entering his sophomore year in Political Science, with goals of attending law school in the coming years. With ties to Puerto Rico and Cuba, Carlos was originally from Corpus Cristi, Texas, but moved to several places until finding his current residency here in Miami, Florida. Having done MUN only for about a year, Carlos has had extensive experience in Mock Trial simulations since his sophomore year of high school. Throughout this first year of MUN, Carlos has competed in several conferences on the collegiate circuit. His first award in MUN came during an intense Historical General Assembly Committee at the annual Harvard Model UN Conference. Historical committees became a comfort to Carlos as he awarded in several committees with different historical topics and implications. Previously chairing in last year’s FIMUN 34, Carlos is very enthusiastic and expectant for this committee in FIMUN 35. One of Carlos’ all-time favorite movies is Pirates of the Caribbean while also enjoying playing pirate-centered games like Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag, as niche historical topics have become research topics he enjoys. Outside the realm of MUN, you can find Carlos reading all sorts of books, watching sci-fi movies, and spending time with friends and family, or at the gym. Being Puerto Rican, Carlos annually travels to visit family on the island and is proud to be apart of the Puerto Rican and Cuban community, though his Spanish may need some work.
Daniel Rotger is a political science major and minoring in economics. He is currently in his second year with the FIU Model UN team, and in his senior year as a student in the university. Daniel's interests range from covering politics, video games, movies, tv shows, music and writing. Upon graduating next year, he is aiming to attend law school, most preferably FIU's law school, and to pursue the defense attorney route.