Archived articles


Birthday Walks
Published Summer 2024
Alum Kelsey Sabo takes walks that traverse hundreds of miles, a difficult yet grounding practice Sabo uses to honor her birthday each year / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The art of quitting
Published Winter 2023
Survivor castoff and JHU alum Hannah Rose on why quitting isn't always such a bad thing / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Thought leadership
Published Spring 2023
For aspiring leaders today, it's no longer enough to simply be great at your job. You need to demonstrate innovative thinking, using public speaking, social media posts, videos, and op-eds to inspire others. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Teach your children well
Published Winter 2022
A heartwarming essay by an alumna whose parents met at Hopkins and married during a snowstorm their senior year / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Good morning, Baltimore
Published Spring 2022
Sarah Y. Kim explains how she found her voice working as journalist in Baltimore / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Mentor emerita
Published Winter 2021
Elizabeth Garber, A&S '77, finds joy in keeping in touch with her longtime mentor, Nancy Struever, a professor emerita in the Department of Comparative Thought and Literature / Johns Hopkins Magazine