Jupiter Huang is a member of the Class of 2025 in the School of Foreign Service intending to major in Science, Technology, and International Affairs with possible minors in Jewish Civilization and Spanish. His interest in foreign policy stemmed from a childhood love of history and growing up between the opposite worlds of Guangzhou, China, and central New Jersey. He developed a keen interest in researching international energy systems through his freshman year class Science and Energy Security. As a MURF, he is currently assisting Professor Toshihiro Higuchi in his research on the evolution of the concept of World War III as an indicator of perceived triggers of global conflict, as well as archival work for the International Commission on Radiological Protection. On campus, he is the current Executive News Editor for the Georgetown Voice, a mentor for Georgetown Opportunities for Leadership Development, and involved in GU Politics. He also enjoys painting, reading, and playing tennis in his free time.