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Arts+Culture

Film
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
Nonfiction
A Hopkins story
Published Fall 2022
In the new book A Scientific Revolution, the authors make the case of how 10 men and women pioneered health care as we know it / Johns Hopkins Magazine
In Memoriam
Marc Lapadula, playwright and screenwriter, dies at 62
Published Aug 23, 2022
Marc Lapadula's influence lives on through his creation of the screenwriting program at Hopkins and the lasting impact he had on his students
Q+A
Medicine: A Hopkins story
Published July 18, 2022
In the new book A Scientific Revolution, the authors make the case of how 10 men and women pioneered health care as we know it
Philosophy
Magazine brings literary style to philosophical writings
Published July 7, 2022
'The Raven' magazine, launched by Hopkins philosopher David Velleman, seeks to return philosophical essays to the realm of the creative
Alumni spotlight
Sharing his love for storytelling
Published June 8, 2022
Krieger School alum Lionel Foster created the Baldwin Prize to spark a new generation of young writers at his high school alma mater, Baltimore City College
Black beyond data
Published June 2, 2022
Historian Jessica Marie Johnson leads several teams tapping into the power of datasets to uncover new truths about Black history
Arts+Culture
Anna Deavere Smith speaks to the beauty of Baltimore
Published May 17, 2022
In a lecture hosted by Billie Holiday Center, Baltimore-born dramatist Smith described a light that comes from the city and its people, even amidst ongoing societal struggles
Names+Narratives
Elijah Cummings portrait honors 'devoted son of Baltimore'
Published April 28, 2022
Painting of the late congressman, created by Baltimore artist Christopher Batten, will hang in the university's MSE Library
A pioneer at the podium
Published Spring 2022
A new documentary directed by JHU Professor of Media Studies Bernadette Wegenstein explores the many firsts of conductor Marin Alsop / Johns Hopkins Magazine