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alumni association

Johns Hopkins Affinity Groups help alumni find their people
Published Spring 2019
Affinity Groups for alumni are organized by interest instead of graduation year, allowing different generations of graduates meet and share ideas / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Holding the door open
Published Winter 2018
Lifelong educator Allyson Handley succeeds David Yaffe as president of the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Roadside assistance
Published Fall 2018
Alumni Association Student Grants program makes student dreams possible, whether it's building a baja car or hosting a TED talk / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The RISE4JHU challenge
Published Spring 2018
JHU receives more donor contributions than expected through challenge gifts / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Bronze Johns
Published Spring 2018
3-D printing technology gives new life to an old statuette of Mr. Johns Hopkins / Johns Hopkins Magazine
That's a wrap
Published Winter 2017
New Johns Hopkins-themed upholstery fabrics are available in three patterns: the Blue Jay, the Johns Hopkins shield, and a tartan in coordinating Hopkins colors / Johns Hopkins Magazine
KnowledgeNET's always-open stacks
Published Fall 2017
Get free journal access through the Alumni Association's KnowledgeNET / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Top bananas
Published Summer 2017
For nearly 40 years, the Blue Jay Bananas have been a staple of Hopkins lacrosse games—superfans that travel, fruit in hand, to every game within 200 miles of Homewood campus / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Precision networking
Published Summer 2016
GoHopOnline creates a digital space where students and alumni can interact / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Alumni journeys
Published Spring 2016
The Johns Hopkins Alumni Journeys program turns Johns Hopkins alumni into travel companions / Johns Hopkins Magazine