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IN MEMORIAM
Nancy Norris-Kniffin dies at 77
Published March 22, 2017
Former MLA program director specialized in Southern literature, with particular emphasis on Faulkner, O'Connor
Foreign Affairs Symposium
'If you're going to create, failure has to come'
Published March 22, 2017
Author, activist, and JHU alum Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie talks politics, race, and writing as part of the Foreign Affairs Symposium
Historian homecoming
Lawrence Jackson named BDP
Published March 22, 2017
Historian, author bridges English, History departments and Center for Africana Studies
JHU Press director to retire
Published March 22, 2017
Kathleen Keane, who has served as director since 2004 and led transition into the digital publishing age, will step down April 14
Foreign Affairs Symposium
What now? Analyze, mobilize
Published March 22, 2017
Russian activist, Pussy Riot co-founder Nadya Tolokonnikova kicks off at annual student-run speaker series
President's Frontier Award
'A unique voice in American music'
Published March 22, 2017 Video
Peabody composer Michael Hersch receives $250,000 President's Frontier Award
Off-campus cuisine
Fast-casual ramen comes to Charles Village
Published March 22, 2017
PekoPeko Ramen, which will feature Japanese comfort food, opens Feb. 2 near JHU's Homewood campus
STEAM Education
Art with spare parts
Published March 22, 2017
11th annual Johns Hopkins art show at Montgomery County campus celebrates budding artists
Film sparks conversation on women, minorities in science
Published March 22, 2017
Johns Hopkins groups host film screening of Academy Award-nominated 'Hidden Figures' followed by discussion
Foreign Affairs Symposium
Pussy Riot co-founder kicks off series
Published March 22, 2017
Nadya Tolokonnikova, member of all-female punk rock artist collective Pussy Riot, will speak Feb. 1