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Tuck into the Spring issue for a delicious buffet, which serves up a collection of stories and essays that mix fun and serious with a secret Johns Hopkins sauce

School spirits
Published Spring 2023
Classically trained tenor Brendan Dorr, Peab '03, offers readers a custom JHU cocktail to sip while reading this themed issue / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A recipe for health in Guatemala
Published Spring 2023
A nutrition project being implemented by Jhpiego, a Johns Hopkins affiliate, aims to reduce maternal and infant deaths in Guatemala / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Food for thought
Published Spring 2023
In her groundbreaking book Eat and Flourish, journalist Mary Beth Albright illuminates how food has the power to literally nourish your mind / Johns Hopkins Magazine
I'll have the 3D-printed ribeye, please
Published Spring 2023
Using 3D printing technology, an assistant professor in the Whiting School aims to produce the perfect plant-based meat / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The dish on JHU Dining
Published Spring 2023
As the architect of Johns Hopkins' new university-operated dining program, Hamilton Goss has worked with his team to develop over 800 recipes to meet the needs of Homewood campus students—all in his first year on the job. / Johns Hopkins Magazine