Archived articles


Health care costs
The financial toxicity of breast cancer
Published Sept 21, 2018
New study finds that the financial fallout from breast cancer can last for years and cause a series of cascading economic consequences for survivors and their families
Preventing overdoses
In opioid crisis, language matters
Published Sept 21, 2018
Public support increases when opioid 'safe consumption sites' are called 'overdose prevention sites'
Opioid epidemic
Public support remains low for needle exchanges, safe injection sites
Published Sept 21, 2018
Despite growing concerns over the opioid epidemic, majority of Americans don't support proven harm-reduction programs, study finds
Henderson-Hopkins ends school year with a splash
Published Sept 21, 2018
Family Fun Day brings families, community, and teachers to the Henderson-Hopkins School
Interdisciplinary scholar
Global health policy expert named 34th BDP
Published Sept 21, 2018
Jeremy Shiffman, who comes from American University, views health care policy through the lens of political science
Global health
'I hope countries will compete in generosity'
Published Sept 21, 2018
Philanthropist and tech giant Bill Gates visits SAIS for discussion of the U.S. foreign aid budget and what it means for health care in the developing world
The impact of family separation
Published Sept 21, 2018
Paul Spiegel says that for children, being separated from their parents is a trauma that can have 'very negative effects' / Newsweek
An effort to restore civil discourse
Published Sept 21, 2018 Video
SNF Agora Institute workshop in Athens, Greece, examines division, distrust, and democracy
Pride of Charles Village
Published Sept 21, 2018
About 250 from Hopkins participate in Baltimore's annual Pride parade
Civil discourse
Building a 'global public square'
Published Sept 21, 2018
Agora Institute brings immersive audiovisual Portals to Homewood to connect people at Hopkins with others around the world