Archived articles


The great, gregarious outdoors
Published Summer 2018
Members of the Johns Hopkins Outdoor Explorations Affinity Group share tips for making the most of a hiking expedition / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Building diversity
Published Summer 2018
The Leading a Diverse Society Initiative, launched at Carey Business School this past fall, provides enrichment opportunities for underrepresented minority students / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Friends for life
No food fights
Published Summer 2018
Colleagues Stanley Fine and Ben Rosenberg remain just as close as they were back in their fraternity days at Johns Hopkins / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Alumni Association
What rings true
Published Summer 2018
JHU's caRING program awards outstanding students class rings / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Serving communities in need
Published May 25, 2018
Emerson Fellow Courtney Colwell will work with outreach program before heading to D.C. to work on social policy
Hopkins ROTC
Honoring the memory of a fallen soldier
Published May 4, 2018
The Johns Hopkins ROTC battalion renames its drill hall in honor of Jonathan Grassbaugh, who died while on duty in Iraq in 2007
Women's History Month
'Instruments of change'
Published March 30, 2018
How Hopkins' first female undergraduates found their way
Women's History Month
Event connects Hopkins women of color
Published March 30, 2018
Students, staff, alums attend 'Voices of Color' event organized by sophomore Maya Foster
A public health love story
Published March 13, 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