As 2018 draws to a close, the Hub looks back at some of the images that caught our eye over the past year at Johns Hopkins University.Read the Full Story
Ménard, whose groundbreaking work with data sets from astronomical observatories has helped transform his field, awarded $250,000 honorarium
Students whose routes to school pass through areas with high rates of violent crime are shown to have increased absenteeism and lower test scores, graduation rates
The brain continually updates its orientation in the world from physical cues and landmarks
Under the stage name Travis Karter, Johns Hopkins sophomore Kristofer Madu has released two albums, dozens of singles, and viral videos. But he's driven by a more personal mission than fame.
Soldier, statesman, patriot, planter, slaveholder: George Washington's legacy has evolved with time. This traveling exhibition on loan from the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History and the Mount Vernon Ladies' Association (supplemented with objects from Johns Hopkins University collections and regional history museums) reveals the complicated man behind the myth.
In honor of Black History Month and a new interpretive tour, Homewood Museum is offering free admission for the entire month of February. The tour focuses on the Carroll family who lived at Homewood and two enslaved families who worked for them, the Rosses and the Conners.
An exhibition exploring the circulation and contribution of black print culture through original items drawn from the Sheridan Libraries Special Collections.
The Athletics department is conducting a huge gear sale with a large inventory of shirts, shorts, polos, jerseys, pinnies, socks, sweatshirts, sweatpants, wind breakers, jackets, duffel bags, and more.
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