Jupiter Huang

Jupiter is the news exec and a sophomore 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.

Halftime Leisure

What lies beyond Infinity: Lessons the MCU’s Phase 5 can learn from its shaky predecessor

This review contains spoilers for Phase Four of the MCU The year was 2019. After 11 years, 21 films, and several (retroactively canon) TV shows, each building upon a massive... Read more


As Cooper Field closes, club sports struggle to find alternative practice spaces—again

With Cooper Field closed for renovations, many club sports teams that depend on the field will have to search for other practice spaces.


Pandemic upheaval: How “zero-COVID” policies have burdened Chinese international students

For Chinese international students, the tumultuous return home is merely a symptom of the Chinese government’s broader “zero COVID” policy apparatus to manage COVID-19.

DC News

National Air and Space Museum reopens with a focus on telling untold stories

On Friday, Oct. 14, bustling crowds once again filled the National Air and Space Museum as it reopened to the public. 


Buttigieg town hall reflects on importance of bipartisan infrastructure bill on the future of the country, climate change, and racial justice

Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg visited Georgetown University for a town hall on Oct. 11 to discuss his future goals.


Lack of university support undercuts LGBTQ+ Resource Center during “OUTober”

Since the beginning of the fall semester, the LGBTQ+ Resource Center has been operating without any full-time, professional staff members. 


Student Transportation Woes: When public transit is not so public

Given the lack of a local Metrorail stop and slow public transportation, getting off campus without a car can be daunting for Hoyas.


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.


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.


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.