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From pandemic pivot improvisation to Peabody tradition
Published March 22, 2023
Conservatory students return to the cafeteria to commemorate the third anniversary of a spontaneous final performance before the COVID-19 lockdown in March 2020
Congrats new Jays!
Published March 20, 2023
They will have the opportunity to join the 811 Early Decision applicants previously admitted in the university's next incoming cohort of undergraduate students
Johns Hopkins named top producer of Fulbright student grantees
Published March 14, 2023
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides opportunities for students and recent graduates to pursue graduate study, research, and teach English around the world
Interactive light organ brightens Homewood
Published March 14, 2023
Persephone, which debuted at the Lighting of the Quads in December, is the product of first-ever collaboration between the Digital Media Center and Makerspace
The dish on JHU Dining
Published March 8, 2023
Hamilton Goss, Hopkins' inaugural director of culinary innovation, reflects on the past year of Hopkins Dining's self-operated model
Dunbar Baldwin Hughes Theater Co. celebrates 30 years
Published March 3, 2023
The group, which for three decades has brought expressions of Black culture and experience to the stage at Johns Hopkins, opens a three-show run of the critically acclaimed 'Is God Is' by playwright Aleshea Harris
Jed Gaylin finds his musical home
Published March 2, 2023
A concert on March 4 features the longtime music director, who will serve as both conductor and pianist for the spirited program performed in his honor
Undergraduate admissions
Class of 2027 welcomes 278 additional students
Published Feb 17, 2023
The Early Decision II cohort includes 'true difference makers,' says Dean of Undergraduate Admissions Ellen Chow
Opposing perspectives on voting rights spark lively debate
Published Feb 9, 2023
SNF Agora's first marquee debate, featuring Karl Rove and Symone D. Sanders, closed out the 2023 Elijah E. Cummings Democracy and Freedom Festival
Students develop gaming prostheses for amputees
Published Feb 6, 2023
In three-week Prosthesis Instrumentation course, students build game controllers to enable transradial amputees to play Minecraft
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