Press Corps is a committee that serves as an information bridge between the various committees involved in debates and discussions. It is very different from other committees because Press Corps members do not debate with other delegates (and are not assigned to specific countries), but, rather, investigate the topics being discussed by the other delegates in their respective committees. This gives members a chance to learn about the different committees’ functions, and what they are discussing. The members of Press Corps act as professional reporters and journalists from the international print media, and do a substantial amount of writing. Therefore, they often interact with delegates from other committees in order to receive the information necessary to write an article. Once written, the members’ edited articles are printed in a collective chronicle.