Archived articles


Something in common
Published Aug 29, 2017
New JHU students discuss shared summer reading assignment, 'Spare Parts'
Global disorder
Coping with the displaced millions
Published Summer 2017
Bloomberg School researchers Paul Spiegel, Len Rubenstein, and Courtland Robinson bring facts and data to the discussion of mass human migration / Johns Hopkins Magazine
From undocumented immigrant to Princeton professor
Published March 30, 2017
Scholar, memoirist Dan-el Padilla Peralta shares his story during lecture hosted by Alexander Grass Humanities Institute
'Uncomfortable dialogues'
Muslim mythbusting
Published Feb 16, 2017
'Muslim Marine' kicks off series of events at Bloomberg School designed to explore the Muslim American identity
Hopkins formally opposes travel ban
Published Feb 13, 2017
In court brief, 17 universities say order threatens mission of 'educating tomorrow's leaders from around the world'
Hundreds voice opposition to executive order
Published Feb 9, 2017
Students from across university organized protests at Homewood, East Baltimore campuses
'New challenges' posed by executive order
Published Feb 9, 2017
Experts convene at SAIS to examine consequences of Trump's executive action on immigration, refugees
Public health
Ethics, impact of refugee ban
Published Feb 3, 2017
At BSPH symposium, experts discuss how President Trump's executive order affects health outcomes, bioethics
College presidents to Trump: 'Rectify or rescind' ban
Published Feb 3, 2017
President Daniels joins 47 other college presidents in signing letter urging action on immigration ban
'We felt kind of hopeless, powerless'
Published Feb 2, 2017
A Johns Hopkins grad student went to visit family in Iran; he wasn't sure he would be allowed back into the U.S.