Medical ethics

In short supply

February 3, 2016
Drug shortages force doctors to make difficult ethical decisions

Drinking hot water after sex won't prevent pregnancy

February 1, 2016
Jhpiego educator describes challenges of family planning efforts in Africa

Warning: Sugar

January 21, 2016
Drink labels could be the nudge many people need to make healthier choices / The Baltimore Sun

Hip-hop and poetry

February 5, 2016
Quraysh Ali Lansana, co-editor of 'The BreakBeat Poets,' visits JHU for free reading Monday

How Zika virus evolves

February 4, 2016
Andrew Pekosz on sexual transmission of ths virus and the difficulty of developing effective treatments
Race in America

Angela Davis urges new thinking on criminal justice

February 3, 2016
Activist, scholar addresses capacity crowd at Shriver Hall
Public health

Zika virus Q+A

January 29, 2016
International health expert discusses disease that is spreading rapidly in Brazil and beyond

Does Planet Nine exist?

January 21, 2016
JHU planetary scientist Hal Weaver discusses new evidence suggesting a giant Planet Nine lurks beyond Pluto

Pollution solution

January 20, 2016
VW can do right by replacing diesel-run school buses, School of Public Health experts write / The New York Times
Smart voting?

Digital age democracy

January 20, 2016
Security concerns remain major obstacle for online voting, JHU's Avi Rubin says / Scientific American

Reviewing the Oscars picks

January 14, 2016
Program in Film and Media Studies director on who will win, who got snubbed

Middle East power struggle

January 5, 2016
SAIS Dean Vali Nasr discusses widening diplomatic rift between Saudi Arabia, Iran / NPR

Profitable politics

January 4, 2016
How political consultants cash in big time from the campaign finance system / The New York Times
Tree-trimming music

Something traditional

December 16, 2015
A playlist of Christmas favorites, plus a special eggnog recipe from the Peabody Archives
Nouveau jazz

And now for something completely different

December 15, 2015
Peabody trumpet instructor Joe Burgstaller presents playlist featuring avant-garde, nouveau classical jazz picks
Race and politics

Knocking the neoliberal hustle

Winter 2015
Lester Spence argues that African-Americans have bought into the wrong politics / Johns Hopkins Magazine


Winter 2015
Reading Kathryn J. Edin's new book, $2.00 a Day: Living On Almost Nothing in America, made me sad. And angry. / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Some time

Winter 2015
Alum Amitabha Bagchi reminisces about a memorable second chance during a cricket game on the Upper Quad / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Class Notes

Class notes

Winter 2015
Updates from your fellow alumni / Johns Hopkins Magazine

Angel seeks long-term relationship

Winter 2015
Finding an investor for your startup is a lot like landing a soul mate / Johns Hopkins Magazine

His winding road

Winter 2015
Alum Kevin Callahan sold MapMyFitness for $150 million--then went into the chocolate business / Johns Hopkins Magazine
All that jazz

Something classic

December 8, 2015
The perfect holiday party playlist, courtesy of Peabody jazz trumpeter Alex Norris

VW's road to recovery

December 7, 2015
Carey Business School marketing expert Sylvia Long-Tolbert discusses VW scandal and the impact on customer-brand relationship
President's message

Next steps on diversity

December 3, 2015
President authors op-ed in student newspaper following discussion hosted by Black Student Union
MSE Symposium

The road to 'Selma'

November 19, 2015
Director Ava DuVernay talks race, Hollywood, and doing it her way

On diversity in design

November 18, 2015
Graphic artist Jermaine Bell discusses art, representation, and cultural identity

How to defeat ISIS

November 18, 2015
SAIS dean, Middle East scholar Vali Nasr discusses the Paris attacks and the need for a diplomatic solution to Syrian conflict