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Alumni
A public health love story
Published Aug 17, 2018
Bloomberg School alums travel the world to improve the health of people in need—with two toddlers in tow
Surreal supper
Published Spring 2018
Richard Hagerty, A&S '73, has been a surrealist painter for more than 40 years / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Shoestring shenanigans
Published Spring 2018
Cheap thrills originally cemented the friendship of Ken Mauer, Bruce Wolock, and Michael Doctrow—but years of hijinks has helped keep those bonds strong / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Island giving
Published Spring 2018
Alum Angelique Sina's nonprofit, Friends of Puerto Rico, stepped in to provide emergency relief to the island in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Dining
Good food, no address
Published Spring 2018
Hopkins alum Irvin Seo breaks into the Baltimore food scene with a pop-up Korean restaurant inspired by his travels / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Music
Disaster relief that strikes a chord
Published Aug 17, 2018
Peabody alum enlists musicians from BSO, Lyric Brass Quintet for free concert to benefit island of Vieques
Alumni
Chemo chameleon
Published Aug 17, 2018
Some people bring a book or a magazine to chemotherapy. Molly Grace Young brings costumes and a camera.
Putting his money to work
Published Fall 2017
A university trustee wants to support work at Hopkins that solves the intractable problems in our society / Johns Hopkins Magazine
She said da
Published Fall 2017
For David and Sharon Mason, SAIS is part of the family / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Style that strikes a chord
Published Fall 2017
Peabody faculty member Kimberly Kong has played Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center, yet she still finds time to share her favorite fashion, food, and beauty finds with her more than half a million blog followers / Johns Hopkins Magazine