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alumni

Hopkins alum wins Pulitzer Prize for History
Published May 7, 2020
Caleb McDaniel received the prestigious award for his book Sweet Taste of Liberty: A True Story of Slavery and Restitution in America
Tackling a Problem with 'Loads of Love'
Published Spring 2020
Dirty uniforms can keep kids home from school, but a School of Education alumnus found a solution for his students / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Sharper image
Published Spring 2020
Whiting School alumnus Alexander Schiffhauer led a team at Google that developed a camera phone mode called Night Sight / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Friends for Life
ENVISIONING A LIFE TOGETHER
Published Spring 2020
A chance meeting at a dean's reception led to a longtime personal and professional partnership / Johns Hopkins Magazine
AFTERWORDS
A life in revision
Published Spring 2020
When exceptionalism is the goal, what happens to those of us who fear they are ordinary? / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Friends for Life
Envisioning a life together
Published Feb 6, 2020
A chance meeting at a dean's reception led to a longtime personal and professional partnership
Alumni
Paying it forward
Published Dec 26, 2019
As the first African-American chief resident in anesthesiology at Cedars-Sinai, Adam Milam is working to increase diversity in the medical field
All this is hers
Published Winter 2019
After years of wandering, author Jami Attenberg, A&S '93, has settled into success in the Big Easy / Johns Hopkins Magazine