Faculty/Staff Announcements

Student Organizations+Activities

This Saturday, March 5, Hopkins Symphony performs Tchaikovsky and Brahms
Joined by international soloist Zhenni Li-Cohen on piano, HSO takes on Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1 and Brahms' Symphony No. 2. Get your tickets before they sell out!
Nights Out at the Rec: Mardi Gras
Come hang out with us in a safe and welcoming space and have a fun Friday night at the Rec! Enjoy some kickball and a Hamilton-themed dance class.
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra: Tickets to Tchaikovsky + Brahms now available
HSO welcomes woodwinds and brass back to the stage on Saturday, March 5, to bring the audience the power of Tchaikovsky and Brahms; hear the orchestra in its full glory with featured pianist Zhenni Li-Cohen. Tickets are free for students!
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra tickets are now available
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra is back with our full ensemble. After a fall semester of entirely sold-out performances, be sure to book your tickets while you can! Tickets are free for students.
HopStart: Hopkins new venture competition
Choose to compete in one of three categories: General Ventures, Medical Technology & Life Science Ventures, or Sustainability Ventures, for a chance to win up to $5,000 in prizes
Hopkins Dining Intersession hours of operation
Planning to come back in early January? Don't miss out on our dining schedule of location closures and hour modifications.
Hopkins Dining Winter Break closedown info
Don't be left out in the cold, check out our Hopkins Dining Winter Break hours of operation/closedown schedule
Last week to apply for the HSO Concerto Competition
Applications for Hopkins Symphony's Biennial Concerto Competition are due at 5 p.m., Friday, Dec. 17
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra's study music playlist is here just in time for finals week
Listen to this classical music playlist carefully crafted by Hopkins Symphony Orchestra to help you focus and relax while hitting the books
Hopkins Symphony Orchestra: Tickets available for Saturday's concert
This Saturday evening, Hopkins Symphony Orchestra will be joined by internationally acclaimed pianist Brian Ganz playing Mozart's Piano Concerto no. 23; tickets free for students