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In the wake

Not quite paradise

February 26, 2015 4:10:00 pm
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The Milton S. Eisenhower Library hosts a new photography exhibition in its Q-level gallery entitled In Wake: Rising Seas, Vanishing Islands. The photographs, taken by senior Justin Falcone, document the rapidly changing human geography of the southern Pacific Ocean. Falcone sailed between Tahiti, the Marquesas, Kiribati, and Hawaii in the spring of 2013 and investigated the sociocultural implications of water scarcity on island communities as part of his research for JHU's Woodrow Wilson Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program, which awards $10,000 in funding each year to select freshmen in the School of Arts and Sciences to pursue a four-year research project of the student's design.
JHU president lauds her 'unshakable belief in the importance of supporting education, discovery, and innovation'

A space symphony

March-April 2015
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra co-commissioned 'Cosmic Dust,' a 14-minute work inspired by Hubble / Gazette
Color confusion

Oh no, another dress article!

February 27, 2015 2:08:00 pm
Hopkins ophthalmologist explains science behind why we can't agree on what color this thing is

Dancin' the night away

March 2, 2015 1:30:00 pm
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Annual JHU Dance Marathon raises more than $44,000 for Johns Hopkins Children's Center