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Section: Feature

On Display

Spring 2012

Finding Museums in unlikely places Johns Hopkins is home to three traditional museums—Homewood Museum, Evergreen...

The Great Wall of Waverly

Fall 2011

If you happen to be driving or walking in Baltimore’s Waverly neighborhood, it’s pretty hard...

Thanks for the Memories

Fall 2011

It’s my third time meeting with Mike Yassa ’02. Once again, I park my car...

Interns Make An Impact

Fall 2011

Twenty-five Hopkins undergraduates made their mark in Baltimore last summer, through a new internship program...

Teach for America

Spring 2011

Harry Black Philosophy and International Studies Appointment: New Orleans, Louisiana “I want to be a...

Spanish Civil War

Spring 2011

In 1920, a young man from a prominent Spanish family, Jose Robles Pazos, accepted a...

[Real Science]

Spring 2011

It’s a lucky thing that Emily Fisher‘s parents were both scientists. A lecturer in the...

Green Horizons

Spring 2011

1 | The Man with a Plan When Davis Bookhart arrived on campus in March...