Department: Web Extra Archive


Progress Versus Tradition in China

Issue: Spring 2012

Research on the economic growing pains of rural Chinese

Students walking across campus

Learning Chinese Opens Doors to Collaboration

Issue: Spring 2012

New program teaches technical Chinese language skills.

Homewood Arts Programs

Issue: Spring 2012

Stats on the preeminent creative outlet for JHU undergraduates.

Michael Diliberti

30 Years or Less

Issue: Fall 2011

In November 2010, Variety listed Michael Diliberti ’04 as one of “Ten Screenwriters to Watch.” He was only 28 years […]

Patricia Hutton

Bringing Writing Into Baltimore Schools

Issue: Fall 2011

“I want you to think about how to get rid of wishy-washy words,” Writing Seminars graduate Phyllis Zhu ’11 instructed […]

Art and Amnesia: Solving Recovery’s Puzzles

Issue: Fall 2011

Back in 2007, Lonni Sue Johnson was a successful artist and illustrator living in upstate New York. Her clever, whimsical […]

Digital Art

The Digital Media Center

Issue: Fall 2011

Even at JHU, where innovative collaborations are the norm, the Brown Foundation Digital Media Center (DMC) stands apart. Part state‑of‑the‑art […]

The Suite Life of Ben Swartz

Issue: Fall 2011

In Amsterdam, Ben Swartz studied with two master cellists who take very different approaches to Bach’s Cello Suites. Will Kirk […]

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 […]

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 […]