Archived articles

alumni

Ways of seeing
Published Spring 2019
As chief curator of the Baltimore Museum of Art, alum Asma Naeem thinks art can—and should—be used to tell a broader, more inclusive narrative of our shared history / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Her fashion statement
Published Spring 2019
After years of designing for major retail brands, alum Jean Liu strikes out on her own / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Q+A
Representing a new generation
Published Spring 2019
Alum Lauren Underwood, the youngest African-American women elected to Congress, shares her thoughts on representation, democracy, and nursing / Johns Hopkins Magazine
A league of his own
Published Spring 2019
Lacrosse legend and alum will launch his own touring league this June / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Recipe for a lifelong friendship
Published Spring 2019
These alums formed a lasting bond over multicultural meals and fine Georgian wine / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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
Permanent hiatus
Published Spring 2019
Abby Markoe reflects on her decision to end her academic ambitions and pursue her passion of coordinating a youth sports organization / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Publishing
Well-shod kid lit
Published Winter 2018
With her new children's book, alum Eva Chen celebrates female empowerment through fashionable footwear / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The fan in the econ stands
Published Winter 2018
P.J. O'Rourke talks about learning economics in war zones, how politics and economics intertwine, and how to know when something's funny / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Climb, eat, sleep, repeat
Published Winter 2018
Alum Geneva Keaton is among the few people in the world to have climbed the seven summits—the highest mountain on each continent / Johns Hopkins Magazine