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Homewood campus

Campus improvement
MSE Library prepares for major transformation
Published April 2, 2024
The multiyear renovation, which begins July 10, will transform MSE into a more modern, accessible, and innovative resource for both digital and print-based scholarship at Johns Hopkins University
A new study in hospitality
Published Feb 8, 2024
Ribbon-cutting ceremony marks official opening of The Study at Johns Hopkins, prominently situated on the corner of North Charles Street and East 33rd Street
'A new experience of wow'
Published Jan 23, 2023
Upperclassmen reflect on their first semester free of COVID-19 restrictions since spring 2020
Homewood Intersession courses pivot to virtual format
Published Dec 22, 2021
JHU is limiting the number of undergraduates who will return to campus before Jan. 18, shifting most courses online for optional three-week Intersession term
University will self-operate campus dining services at Homewood, Peabody
Published Feb 2, 2021
The change, which takes place July 2022, will allow the university to enhance sustainable food service practices and provide greater flexibility and oversight
J-Cards get a digital upgrade
Published March 28, 2019
Homewood students can use iPhone, Apple Watch, and Android devices instead of traditional campus IDs
Shriver Hall makeover
An acoustical achievement
Published Feb 19, 2019
The building's overhaul will improve the audience experience and also completely transform the onstage experience for performers
University releases climate survey
Published Feb 23, 2018
Survey seeks feedback from students about the prevalence and risk factors of sexual misconduct on campus, accessibility to resources
Spring Fair
JHU takes you to 'Funkytown'
Published May 1, 2017 Photos
Annual Spring Fair festival features a weekend of food, music, petting zoo, and pony rides
Going green
UTL building gets LEED platinum rating
Published Jan 20, 2017 Photos
Undergraduate Teaching Laboratories recognized for sustainable, energy-efficient design, operations