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More than 200 first-year students at Johns Hopkins forge new connections and embark on outdoor adventures during Pre-Orientation excursions
A new mathematical model suggests dark matter may have been produced before the big bang during cosmic inflation, when space was expanding rapidly
A new study led by scientists at Johns Hopkins University shows how plate tectonics has evolved during the Earth's 4.56-billion-year history
In some older adults, fibers connecting the front and back of the brain have been damaged over the years, making it harder to recall information
Contemporary artist Don Joint celebrates the many figurines of German porcelain collected by the Evergreen museum's Garrett family in this special exhibition that juxtaposes objects from the museum's collection with the artist's own 68-foot glass mosaic.
Meet one-on-one with a Fidelity representative on campus free of charge about your 403(b) retirement plan.
Would you like to improve your English speaking and listening skills? Come to the weekly Guangguo English Speaking and Listening Club.
Join Off Campus Housing for the first-ever Movie Night with a Purpose, assembling survival kits to support those experiencing homelessness while screening The Public.
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