Department: News Archive


Adan Riess

Astrophysicist Adam Riess Wins Nobel

Issue: Fall 2011

In Baltimore, it was still dark in the early morning hours of October 4, 2011[...]

Think Before You, er, …Tweet?

Businessman James Andrews, arriving in Memphis on a business trip, tweeted, “True confession but I’m in one of those towns […]

Marina Suarez

Issue: Spring 2011

“When I was in the second grade, we had a dinosaur unit and since then, I’ve never looked back! Finding […]

Where Arts and Sports Connect… There’s Hope

Issue: Spring 2011

As the graphic images of the World Trade Center attacks played continuously on TV, a 12-year-old Mohammad Modarres sought to […]

A Boost for Collaborative China Studies

Issue: Spring 2011

Former Hopkins President Steven Muller first envisioned a Johns Hopkins relationship with China back in 1977. He wanted to replicate […]

JHU Arts Festival

Celebrating the Arts

Issue: Spring 2011

Over five days in early April, Hopkins artists of every variety shared their talents at venues across the university. There […]

Owen Martin Phillips

Milestones

Issue: Spring 2011

Owen Martin Phillips, a Johns Hopkins University faculty member emeritus and world-renowned oceanographer, died on Oct. 13 at his Chestertown, […]

interns

Interns with Impact

Issue: Spring 2011

Service-minded undergraduates who want to intern at Baltimore non-profits and government agencies this summer can now get paid to do […]

egypt

Out of Egypt

Issue: Spring 2011

Sixteen members of the Krieger School community were in Egypt when anti-government protesters took to the streets in late January, […]

lacrosse

A New Home for Blue Jays Lacrosse

Issue: Spring 2011

On February 15, Hopkins President Ronald J. Daniels announced plans to build a new facility that “will once again set […]