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Alumni
Chemo chameleon
Published Jan 16, 2018
Some people bring a book or a magazine to chemotherapy. Molly Grace Young brings costumes and a camera.
Literature
Lawrence Jackson longlisted for PEN America Literary Award
Published Jan 16, 2018
Bloomberg Distinguished Professor recognized for his biography of American author Chester Himes
Nonfiction
Faculty authors included on best books list
Published Jan 16, 2018
Lawrence Jackson, Kay Redfield Jamison recognized for their biographies of 20th century writers
Get hype
Published Winter 2017
OrchKids believes that music education can change a person's life; with the Booker T. Brass Band, the program proves that it doesn't have to be classical music that does that / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Hopkins history treasure hunt
Published Winter 2017
Dig a hole, crack a safe—You never know what will turn up from Hopkins' past / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Q+A
Talking with Chris Lebron
Published Winter 2017
Philosophy professor talks teaching philosophy via a social movement, radical art, and James Baldwin's idea of love / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Q+A
Talking with Hollis Robbins
Published Winter 2017
In Hollis Robbins' view, 19th-century women were writing about the central issues of their time and ours: liberty, democracy, equality, and citizenship / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Inside out
Published Winter 2017
For his installation this past summer, Evergreen's artist-in-residence arranged scooters and dirt bikes among the fine art inside and painted designs on the lawn / Johns Hopkins Magazine
NONFICTION
History of a demand
Published Winter 2017
In his recent book, Chris Lebron explores the political and philosophical ideas implicit in the modern Black Lives Matter movement / Johns Hopkins Magazine
NONFICTION
Indispensable reference
Published Winter 2017
'The Portable Nineteenth-Century African American Women Writers' shines a light on a lesser-known era of journalists, playwrights, poets, etc. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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