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Hopkins surpasses three-year goals to build, hire, buy locally
Published Feb 20, 2019
University, health system exceed initial pledges made in 2015, begin planning next steps in ongoing effort to create more opportunities for Baltimore's citizens, businesses
Black History Month
Hopkins Day returns at Reginald F. Lewis Museum
Published Feb 13, 2019
All Johns Hopkins affiliates and their families can visit the museum for free on Saturday, Feb. 23
STEAM Education
Curious wonders
Published Feb 8, 2019 Photos
Montgomery County Campus art show, now in its 13th year, challenges student artists to create works of art with a 'curious' theme
MLK Day of Service
Volunteers serve in Baltimore and beyond
Published Jan 25, 2019 Photos
Members of Hopkins community assist local nonprofits for second annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service
MLK commemoration
A stirring tribute to the power of voices
Published Jan 20, 2019
President of NAACP joins Hopkins leaders, Unified Voices choir in celebrating the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
OUTREACH
Eight honored for community service
Published Jan 2, 2019
MLK Jr. Award for Community Service recognizes their personal efforts to support those in need
Glori's Day
Vision for success
Published Dec 11, 2018
Vision for Baltimore, which provides free vision screenings and eyeglasses for all Baltimore City students, celebrates the distribution of 5,000 pairs of glasses since the program launched in 2016
President's Day of Service
Hundreds from Hopkins make 'meaningful impact'
Published Oct 15, 2018 Photos
Nearly 1,000 participate in community service activities across Baltimore as part of 10th annual President's Day of Service
Peabody's support helps lift city musician to new heights
Published Oct 12, 2018
Peabody provides a springboard for East Baltimore native Mateen Milan, who dreams of joining a professional orchestra
Philanthropy fuels student's excellence—and his empathy
Published Oct 12, 2018
Internship grants and a scholarship helped alumnus Suleiman Abiola choose a career path and serve a struggling Baltimore community in the process