From opening the Hopkins Bloomberg Center in Washington, D.C. to announcing the creation of a new School of Government and Policy to welcoming Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy for a surprise Commencement address, this has been an unforgettable year at Johns Hopkins University.
In the Hub's Year in Photos feature, we look back at some of the memorable images that caught our eye over the past 12 months.
The Johns Hopkins Ice Rink returned for another season of frozen fun, offering free 90-minute skate sessions to the Baltimore community.
In celebration of Valentine's Day, the Peabody Conservatory's jazz program performed a selection of love songs at the Evergreen Museum and Library.
Head coach Tim McCormack made his Hopkins debut in February, leading the women's lacrosse team to a 17-10 victory against Albany.
After 3 years of service, the Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center ceased collecting and reporting pandemic data on March 10.
JHU Theatre performed Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard for the first two weekends of March.
Several new classes were offered last spring, including introductory courses in art conservation and microphysiological systems.
Homewood Campus hosted many fundraisers in 2023, including a pay-to-pie event from HOPthon.
Congratulations to the Class of 2023! This year's Commencement was attended by guests from around the world...
... including Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Johns Hopkins University and Medicine paid tribute to trailblazing cardiac surgeon Levi Watkins—the institution's first Black chief resident and full professor—by rededicating the outpatient center in his name.
Many Hopkins affiliates marched in this year's Baltimore Pride Parade.
The Center for Talented Youth held its annual summer programs, inviting high schoolers from around the world to get a taste of college education.
Hailing from 37 countries, 46 states, and three U.S. territories, the Class of 2027 flocked to Baltimore for this year's move-in and orientation. Welcome to the nest!
Are you registered to vote? In recognition of Voter Registration Day, Hopkins Votes set up sign-up tables around campus for students and staff.
HopHacks, JHU's 36-hour hackathon, challenged teams of up to four students to code a project entirely from scratch.
What's better than a Family Weekend football tailgate? Watching Hopkins bring home a 49-28 victory!
The Fifth Annual Indigenous Peoples' Day Powwow united Hopkins in celebration and remembrance.
October's CityLab conference brought together politicians and civic leaders from around the world— including Maryland Governor and JHU alum Wes Moore.
Hundreds gathered for the grand opening of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg Center in Washington D.C., heralding an exciting new chapter for the university.
The 2023 holiday season featured countless JHU celebrations, including ones for Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, and Diwali.
Between the fireworks, light shows, and stunning smiles, this year's Lighting of the Quads was brighter than ever!
Theodore "Ted" DeWeese, a renowned radiation oncologist who joined the Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1991, was selected as the 15th dean of the medical faculty and the third CEO of Hopkins Medicine.
Posted in University News