News & Video Archive

Researchers Solve Puzzle of How We Learn

Johns Hopkins neuroscientist Alfredo Kirkwood settles a mystery of neurology that has stumped scientists for years: Precisely what happens in the brain when we learn, [Read More]

Senior Gets Math Honor

Kiyon Hahm, a mathematics major, has been awarded the Waldemar J. Trjitzinsky Memorial Award by the American Mathematical Society. Hahm is one of seven undergraduate [Read More]

Fall Colors

Johns Hopkins Color Run raises money for Children’s Center. Read about it and see more photos on The Hub. [Read More]

Mysterious Ways

Ancient vessels. Apprentice ceramicists. Master teachers. All come together in “Mysteries of the Kylix,” an 18-minute film that documents “Recreating Ancient Greek Ceramics,” a class [Read More]

Hoptoberfest Pumpkin Patch

Hoptoberfest, the university’s annual fall festival, turned Homewood Campus into a pick-your-own pumpkin and produce patch. Pumpkins sprawled across the Freshman Quad and crafty students adorned them [Read More]

Johns Hopkins Launches HopkinsLocal

An initiative aimed at strengthening Baltimore, the effort will promote economic growth and employment opportunities in the city. [Read More]

Running Strong

JHU Ranked in Top 10 by AFCA (8th) and (10th). Find out more on Photo: James T. Van Rensselaer / [Read More]


A scene from “Recreating Ancient Greek Ceramics,” last semester’s hands-on course taught by Sanchita Balachandran, curator/conservator of the Archaeological Museum. See a “Mysteries of the [Read More]