Archived articles


Cherry tree trailblazer
Published March 21, 2024
Alumna biographer Diana Parsell discovers Eliza Scidmore, the forgotten heroine behind Washington's celebrated cherry trees
Ishan Kalburge awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarship
Published Feb 23, 2024
Kalburge will investigate how humans form internal representations of uncertainty during decision-making
Student Scholar
JHU grad named Schwarzman Scholar
Published Jan 2, 2024
Renee Liu is among 150 students to receive all expenses for year at Beijing's Tsinghua University
A well-being win
Published Winter 2023
Depression and anxiety are on the rise among young adults, particularly scholar-athletes striving for excellence both in the classroom and on the playing field. With the help of an alumnus and his wife, Johns Hopkins University is offering new, robust supports for its players through the Jeffrey Ma Shiu and Emily Liu Mental Health and Wellness Endowment Fund. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
High-quality wine for adventurers
Published Winter 2023
Emily Dabish Yahkind, A&S '16 (MA), got the idea for her business, SolSummit, on the trails / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The art of quitting
Published Winter 2023
Survivor castoff and JHU alum Hannah Rose on why quitting isn't always such a bad thing / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Friends for Life
Home again at Homewood
Published Winter 2023
When Animal House premiered, Phi Sigma Delta president Billy Cooper, A&S '59, joked to his friends, "Who told them about us?" / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Solutions to combat drug addiction
Published Winter 2023
Hackett wrote her college entrance essay on wanting to work on drug prevention policy in the White House, and she made it: Today, she is deputy chief of staff for the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy. / Johns Hopkins Magazine