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In the wake

Not quite paradise

February 26, 2015 4:10:00 pm
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Woodrow Wilson Fellow's photography, on display at MSE Library, explores 'vanishing islands' of South Pacific
Star-struck

A space symphony

March-April 2015
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra co-commissioned 'Cosmic Dust,' a 14-minute work inspired by Hubble / Gazette
Festival du film français

Lineup includes 'Charlie Hebdo' documentary

February 19, 2015 10:37:00 am
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Five movies from French-speaking countries to be shown in early March
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
JHU film festival

Refreshingly offbeat

February 25, 2015 4:15:00 pm
Lineup includes feature films representing four Hollywood eras, plus 26 selections picked from 120 submissions
Dance

Looking back, leaping ahead

March-April 2015
For 100 years, Peabody Dance has been training Baltimore's young dancers / Gazette

Johns Hopkins has role in new cancer documentary

March-April 2015
'Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies,' a three-part, six-hour PBS documentary series executive produced by Ken Burns, premieres March 30 / Gazette

The loneliness of Azar Nafisi

March-April 2015
Iranian-born writer, SAIS faculty member offers an antidote to isolation in her new book, 'The Republic of Imagination' / Gazette
Spotlight on

Carol Reiley

March-April 2015
Robotics scientist has just written a kids' book she wishes her younger self would have read / Gazette
JHU song contest

Voice your opinion

February 20, 2015 12:30:00 pm
JHU community invited to vote for their favorites through March 15
Romance language

Books of love, both rare and risqué

February 13, 2015 7:45:00 am
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Special exhibit gives students a glimpse of romantic texts through the ages
Movie night

Free 'Selma' screening

February 6, 2015 8:45:00 am
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Charles Theatre viewing of Oscar-nominated film will be followed by panel discussion, Q&A

Stoop scoop

February 4, 2015 9:38:00 am
JHU's Thomas Dolby to participate in upcoming Stoop Storytelling Series event

Old-time string theory

January 26, 2015 2:00:00 pm
Intro to clawhammer banjo among diverse personal enrichment offerings during Intersession
This and that

Major addition

January 22, 2015 10:43:00 am
New interdisciplinary major at Krieger School will give undergraduates chance to pursue both natural sciences and humanities
Dusty job

Cleaning, by the book

January 13, 2015 8:45:00 am
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George Peabody Library, home to more than 300,000 volumes, gets annual deep cleaning

Write stuff

January 9, 2015 1:06:00 pm
Nine Johns Hopkins faculty authors to be featured on C-SPAN2's 'Book TV'

Two men, one cello

Jan-Feb 2015
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Peabody faculty member Amit Peled re-creates Pablo Casals' 1915 concert with the 1733 cello the Spanish cellist once owned / Gazette

Curating in the digital age

Jan-Feb 2015
Students learn to ask new questions of material culture in Program in Museums and Society course / Gazette

Orchestrating Peabody's future

Jan-Feb 2015
How Dean Fred Bronstein is leading the oldest music conservatory in the U.S. into the 21st century / Gazette
What I've Learned

Peabody's Leon Fleisher

Jan-Feb 2015
Acclaimed pianist talks about his early training, career, and teaching / Gazette

'Scandal' on stage

December 30, 2014 8:00:00 am
Peabody's Puckett writes opera about 1919 Black Sox scandal for Minnesota Opera
Film credit

'Particle Fever" wins award

December 23, 2014 10:39:00 am
Documentary produced by JHU Professor David Kaplan chronicles discovery of so-called 'God particle' at Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland

Stephen G. Nichols receives Humboldt Research Award

December 22, 2014 12:30:00 pm
Prestigious award recognizes longtime researchers who have had an impact and who will continue producing cutting-edge achievements in the future
Nightmare fuel

Krampus is coming to town

December 11, 2014 9:15:00 am
Hairy, scary mythological beast of European folklore becomes symbol of winter revelry / The Baltimore Sun

Feeling powerless

Winter 2014
Chris Nealon's new collection of poems move with a pop song's accessibility while freighting the emotional weight of a short story. / Johns Hopkins Magazine

A rediscovered ode

Winter 2014
At the end, when the audience cheered, it was the culmination of a two-year project—the rediscovery of a long-forgotten piece of music by a once-renowned American composer. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Pavlov reconsidered

Chasing the legend

Winter 2014
Two decades of research led Daniel Todes to discover everything we thought we knew about Ivan Pavlov is wrong. / Johns Hopkins Magazine