FALL 2023
More from our most recent issue

Panagis Galiatsatos draws on his Greektown roots to connect with the ‘undoctored’; Experts weigh in on pressing questions about health and safety indoors; Johns Hopkins building opens on Pennsylvania Avenue, steps from U.S. Capitol; and more in the fall issue of Johns Hopkins Magazine.

Brewing up success
Published Fall 2023
Judy Neff is designing a brewery to match her beer ambitions / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Kids Need Counselors: We're On It
Published Fall 2023
Creating a pipeline for counselors to provide mental health counseling for students of high-needs school districts / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Late night laughs
Published Fall 2023
Sal Gentile mines comedy gold for Late Night With Seth Meyers / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Material culture
A museum for menstruation
Published Fall 2023
The squeamishness associated with a natural bodily function led Harry Finley to shine a light on an often-marginalized aspect of women's health / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A master key
Published Fall 2023
Psychedelic drugs can reopen critical periods of brain development / Johns Hopkins Magazine