Archived articles


On being Paul Rabil
Published Winter 2022
The recently retired lax legend evangelizes America's oldest sport as the co-founder and president of the Premier Lacrosse League. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Men's lacrosse
Hopkins unveils 2023 schedule
Published Dec 9, 2022
Blue Jays open 15-game slate on Feb. 4 at Jacksonville, face seven teams that took part in the NCAA tournament a year ago
Women's soccer
Crowning achievement for Blue Jays
Published Dec 4, 2022
The Blue Jays put the finishing touches on a magical campaign Sunday, defeating Case Western 2-1 in the NCAA Division III title game
A game plan for mental health
Published Nov 28, 2022
Johns Hopkins hired Ari Miller to help guide student-athletes through the unique and universal challenges they face on and off the field of competition
Cross country
Johns Hopkins women win record eighth NCAA DIII championship
Published Nov 19, 2022
Alex Ross, Sara Stephenson finish among top 10 to help the Blue Jays hold off UChicago for their eighth title in the past 10 seasons
Student support
Partnership helps food pantry address an often unseen need
Published Nov 18, 2022
Grad student Alan Gorny and more than 30 other members of the JHU football team have volunteered their time over the past nine months to help revitalize the Hopkins Food Pantry
Veterans Day
Their sacrifice will not be forgotten
Published Nov 11, 2022
The new Veterans Memorial Wall at the Cordish Lacrosse Center honors 11 former Hopkins lacrosse players who were killed in action in WWI, WWII, and Vietnam
Women's lacrosse
Tim McCormack named head coach
Published June 7, 2022
McCormack, who led Arizona State to a 26-17 record in three seasons, succeeds Janine Tucker, who retired this spring after 29 years leading the Blue Jays
Senior Ella Baran breaks DIII mile record
Published Feb 7, 2022
Baran's time of 4:40.53 is more than three seconds faster than the previous record set by Wartburg's Missy Buttry in 2005
Olympic spirit: Two from Hopkins compete in Winter Games
Published Feb 3, 2022
Cross country skier Caitlin Patterson and speed skater Emery Lehman, both graduate students in the Engineering for Professionals program, will join Team U.S.A. in Beijing