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Firebrand with a pince-nez
Published Fall 2017
Elisabeth Gilman, the youngest daughter of JHU's founding president, was a fierce advocate for social justice / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Who you gonna call?
Dustbusters for a day
Published Aug 8, 2017 Photos
Volunteers go for clean sweep at George Peabody Library's annual day of service
Honoring an awakening
Published Summer 2017
Evergreen Museum and Library's James Archer Abbott is the new Philip F. Wagley Director and Curator—an endowed position made possible through a generous donation from Wagley's widow, Mary Frances / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Ode to a muse
Published June 2, 2017
Student leaves behind poem for 'Woman with Sunglasses on Bench' sculpture at MSE Library
Books to devour
Great literature bake off
Published April 2, 2017
Hopkins bakers create delightful desserts inspired by books at fourth annual Edible Book Festival
Printer wonderland
Published Spring 2017
Globe Poster's archives contain little-known stories about musicians, boxers, and drag racers / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Barbara Mikulski joins faculty
Published Jan 12, 2017
Five-term U.S. senator who spent four decades in Congress named professor of public policy, presidential adviser
Of note
In the margins
Published Winter 2016
The Archaeology of Reading looks to gain new historical insights by studying the notes readers penned in their books / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Poe rarities on display
Published Oct 3, 2016
'The Enigmatic Edgar A. Poe in Baltimore & Beyond,' which runs through Feb. 5, includes rare manuscripts, materials
Hopkins and WWI
Published Sept 14, 2016
Exhibit digs into university archives to explore impact of 'The Great War' at home and abroad