Archived articles


Elisabeth Long to lead Sheridan Libraries & University Museums
Published Nov 2, 2022
She joins JHU from the University of Chicago, where she has spent nearly three decades and where she currently oversees digital scholarship services for students and faculty
A growing movement
Published Oct 26, 2022
Evergreen Museum & Library's new exhibit explores Victorians' obsession with houseplants and how it compares to today's houseplant craze
Community health
Captivating views of community health workers
Published Oct 21, 2022
Award-winning photo series was inspired by the work of Johns Hopkins physician-researcher Lisa Cooper, her colleagues, and the community health workers who supported and served Baltimore neighborhoods during the pandemic
Library collections
'Women of the Book' exhibit reveals lives of women from 1450-1800
Published Oct 18, 2022
The Sheridan Libraries' collection of nearly 1,000 volumes highlights the lives of early women, with a particular focus on religious and spiritual life
In the stacks
Holding on to Hopkins' history
Published Oct 5, 2022
At the university's Library Services Center, a small but mighty team fields requests about 140 requests per day for more than 2 million archival items
Campus Close-Up
Capturing the perfect Hop-shot
Published Sept 28, 2022
Johns Hopkins photographer Will Kirk offers insight on the most photoworthy spots across the university
The return of Peabody's full concert season
Published Sept 23, 2022
The Peabody Institute will welcome back in-person audiences while continuing livestream options for some of their performances
Lust! Heartache! Jealousy!
Published Fall 2022
JHU's Special Collections amasses a trove of rare vintage romance comic books in all their pulpy, ridiculous, and charming splendor. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Up the Musical Mountain
Published Fall 2022
Atlanta Symphony Orchestra cellist Joel Dallow, Peab '94, is the host of "The Cello Sherpa," a podcast about the climb from intermediate musician to the professional stage. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Emma Needell goes home again
Published Fall 2022
Screenwriter Emma Needell, A&S '12, returned to her family's Colorado ranch to film Life Rendered, her new film about a cowboy who uses virtual reality to explore his secret inner self / Johns Hopkins Magazine