Anjali Huynh

Anjali Huynh (22C) is from Iowa City, IA, majoring in political science and minoring in quantitative sciences. This fall, she is an intern for CNN Newsource and a staff writer for Iowa City-based, independent media company Little Village Magazine. Aside from journalism, she enjoys photography (Instagram: @ahuynhphotography) and has an unhealthy addiction to boba.

Emory Reverses Course on Fall Plan, Significantly Reduces Campus Capacity

As coronavirus cases continue to break record highs in the United States, University President Claire Sterk and President-elect Greg Fenves announced via a campus-wide email on Friday that only certain students will live on campus and nearly all classes will move online.  This decision follows reversed plans from other prominent universities like the University of [...]

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ICE Reverses Guidelines on International Student Restrictions

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement rescinded guidelines that restricted international students from remaining in the country if their school had an online-only semester after a hearing on Tuesday between the Department of Homeland Security and Harvard University (Mass.) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, per The Harvard Crimson.  U.S. District Court Judge Allison Dale Burroughs announced [...]

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Town Hall: COVID-19 Safety Protocols Will Largely Be Peer Enforced, Without Police

The enforcement of campus health protocols for the fall semester will be delegated to students./Derrick Tran, Staff In a virtual town hall on Tuesday, Emory College and Campus Life administrators outlined campus expectations for the fall semester and addressed student questions about academics, housing, dining, safety protocols and other campus resources.  Vice President and Dean [...]

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Emory Announces Health Guidelines for Graduate and Professional Students Returning for Research

Emory Main Quad./Michelle Lou The University released guidelines on how graduate and professional students should return to campus for summer research on May 29. These protocols include a list of required tasks before returning, health guidelines for campus activities, location-specific recommendations and general student policies.  After halting all non-essential research on March 23, the University [...]

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