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Juneteenth
The art of liberation
Published June 16, 2021
Baltimore artists, scholars, and educators will present dramatic performances based on writings by Black Baltimoreans at the forefront of the 19th-century abolitionist movement during a Juneteenth livestream Friday at noon
Nonfiction
The WWII-era scientist who revolutionized cancer research—despite the Nazis
Published June 4, 2021
In his new book, Ravenous, Johns Hopkins faculty member Sam Apple explains how Nobel laureate Otto Warburg's once disregarded cancer metabolism research has undergone a major resurgence
Class of 2021
Three graduating seniors receive arts prizes
Published May 26, 2021
Simi Aluko, Ellie Kim, and Mafalda Santos have been recognized for their dedication to the arts and artistic community
Holding up a mirror to a life in medicine
Published May 20, 2021
Alum Suzanne Koven, Mass General's inaugural writer-in-residence, reflects on imposter syndrome, family, and identity in new essay collection
Film and media
Video games and grieving
Published May 19, 2021
Video game creator Ryan Green and JHU immersive storytelling expert Gabo Arora discuss ways video games and interactive technologies can be used to create spaces for emotional transformations
A perfect symmetry of science and the humanities
Published May 17, 2021
Since launching in 2015, the major in medicine, science, and the humanities has allowed students the freedom to design meaningful, challenging courses of study
Faculty news
Jeanne-Marie Jackson earns Carnegie Fellowship
Published April 28, 2021
Scholar of African literature and intellectual history will study the work of early 20th-century Gold Coast statesman and writer J.E. Casely Hayford
Q+A
D. Watkins writes Baltimore
Published April 20, 2021
Author, editor, East Baltimore native, and School of Education alum talks about his evolution as a writer, learning to interview celebrities, and why he's probably not cool enough to get a shoe deal
Laugh track
Published Spring 2021
With The Crew, Netflix puts comedian Dan Ahdoot's career in high gear / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Collaborating for change
Published March 10, 2021
March 11's debut concert of the Racial Justice Concert Series brings together Baltimore Ceasefire 365 and the Baltimore Boom Bap Society
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