Weekend picks: Johns Hopkins events roundup for Oct. 6-8
These are some of our recommendations for events you could attend this weekend.
It's Family Weekend! So while we have your weekly list of stuff to do below, there are quite a few events happening this weekend for students and their families. Head over to the Family Weekend website for a complete schedule.
Women's field hockey vs. Muhlenberg
Friday, 5 p.m. | Homewood Field
The Blue Jays host the Mules in a key Centennial Conference game following a 4-0 win against Dickinson on Wednesday. Go cheer them on.
Hopkins volleyball vs. Washington & Lee
Friday, 7 p.m. | White Athletic Center
The Blue Jays, who are 14-2 on the season and have won 13 matches in a row, challenge the Generals in an important non-conference matchup.
ARTS + CULTURE
Sarah Gubbins visit
Friday, 7 p.m. | Hodson Hall
The Film and Media Studies program will bring the co-creator and showrunner of the Amazon Original Series "I Love Dick" for a talk and Q&A. Gubbins will screen clips from the show, and there will be a reception afterward. (This event was previously slated for September.)
GOOD OL' FUN
Showing of Baby Driver
Friday and Saturday, 9 p.m. | Levering Lounge
Romance meets action meets crime in the summer hit Baby Driver. JHUnions will screen the movie for two nights and provide popcorn for all attendees.
DACA: At the Crossroads of Advocacy, Equity, and Health
Friday, noon | Sheikh Zayed Tower
This panel discussion will cover the history of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival and how it impacts Baltimore, immigration and human rights, as well as the impact that immigration has on health.
Henrietta Lacks Memorial Lecture
Saturday, 8 a.m. | Turner Auditorium
If you're an early riser, consider attending this lecture by Lisa A. Cooper, director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Equity. The talk will focus on social justice and health equity in Baltimore. Members of the Lacks family will be in attendance. Don't forget RSVP.
Justice and Brunch
Sunday, 10:30 a.m. | Great Hall
The Office of Sustainability hosts a roundtable discussion on the intersectionality of environmentalism and the role of environmental justice at Johns Hopkins and beyond. They're providing brunch, so don't forget to RSVP.
Tech store Family Weekend sale
All weekend | JHU Technology Store
In the market for a new Mac? If you buy this weekend, you'll also score a free printer, USB-C adapter, and a 1 TB hard drive. This deal is available to all staff, faculty, and students.
For a full lineup of events this weekend and beyond, visit the Hub's events calendar.