Jupiter Huang

Jupiter is an assistant news editor and freshman in the SFS. Unironically, he’s a recovering STEM kid who has an inexplicable urge to live in Kazuo Ishiguro novels. And he will write a feature for Annie… eventually.


Features

Georgetown’s music program revives the music of Margaret Bonds after decades of silence

On April 2, Gaston Hall erupted with the sound of over 80 student musicians performing the remarkable work of this Black female composer.

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Repeal of indoor mask mandate met with mixed response from Georgetown community

Georgetown implemented a mask-optional policy in university-operated buildings, including residence halls, classrooms, and dining facilities.

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Georgetown community rallies in the wake of Russian invasion of Ukraine

Students joined a sea of thousands of protesters carrying Ukrainian, Georgian, and U.S. flags into the center of D.C.

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GUSA passes resolution condemning poor university communication in emergencies

GUSA condemned Georgetown’s failure to communicate safety concerns through HoyAlert and advocated for safety measures against sexual assault.

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Establishing Asian American studies remains an uphill battle at Georgetown

Professor Christine So wants to know why English is the only department at Georgetown with an Asian American studies scholar in it.

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Changes to initial spring COVID-19 protocols aim to combat Omicron

When students moved in for the fall semester in August 2021, they took a single COVID-19 PCR test and received a cloth mask with a Georgetown ‘G’ on it. When... Read more

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Project ELEECT receives $2.6 million grant to improve multilingual teaching in D.C.-area schools

Georgetown’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences announced that the U.S Department of Education awarded the school’s Program of Educational Transformation (MAET) a $2.6 million, five-year National Professional Development (NPD)... Read more

Georgetown Explained

Georgetown Explained: 2022 D.C. mayoral elections

Though less than 2 percent of Georgetown students are from D.C., all are impacted by the laws made by the city’s elected officials. In the absence of congressional representation, D.C.... Read more

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Torah desecration at GW triggers wave of support for Jewish community

After intruders desecrated a Torah at Tau Kappa Epsilon house (TKE) at George Washington University, student and faculty responses there and at Georgetown University signaled strong support for the Jewish... Read more

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Victor and Cynthia Liu return from China after three year exit ban

Victor Liu (COL ’22) and his sister Cynthia Liu were allowed to return to the United States on Sept. 26 after three years of being trapped in China under an... Read more