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alumni

Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, guardian of human rights
Published Fall 2019
Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, a Hopkins alum and the former U.N. high commissioner for human rights, has spent decades speaking on behalf of victims of the world's most vile atrocities / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Cinema
Film's warrior queen
Published Fall 2019
After an illness threatened to sideline her film project, alum Devika Bhise took control of the independent biopic and brought the Indian revolutionary Lakshmibai to life / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Risk/Reward
From corporate finance to botanical brewing
Published Fall 2019
A fixation on the original taste of root beer led alum Robert Finkel to plunge into a self-styled take on craft brewing / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Alum Kelly Harper named Washington, D.C.'s teacher of the year
Published Fall 2019
For Kelly Harper, education is a hands-on way of dismantling the school-to-prison-pipeline / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Alumni
Showing up for each other
Published Fall 2019
Freshman year roommates keep up friendship after graduation, despite demanding medical careers / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Mohammad Modarres is building a bigger community table
Published Fall 2019
Mohammad Modarres wants to bridge the gap between kosher and halal foods and bring people together in the process / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Alumni
Alumni share their preferences for programs and events
Published Fall 2019
Most recent all-alumni survey highlights alumni desires for local events and volunteering opportunities / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Yes, she did
Published Summer 2019
Alum Molly Dillon's anthology compiles stories from women who served in the Obama White House / Johns Hopkins Magazine
These alums forged a lifelong bond while helping to raise an alligator in a frat house
Published Summer 2019
Steve Eisele and Jonathan Hofeller forged a lifelong bond while helping to raise an alligator in a frat house / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Endowed scholarship celebrates a family legacy
Published June 6, 2019
Seymour Baron and his granddaughter—Jennifer, a member of JHU's Class of 2019—graduated with engineering degrees 75 years apart