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#JHU2020
Hopkins graduates, by their own accounts
Published May 21, 2020
Members of the Class of 2020 can't be together on their big day, but we've pulled together a selection of upvote-worthy social media updates from Hopkins graduates around the world
Commencement 2020
Hats off to our grads!
Published May 21, 2020
Universitywide ceremony recognizes more than 9,000 graduates, including 1,400 undergraduate students
Picture perfect
Class of 2020 in photos
Published May 21, 2020
Members of the Class of 2020 celebrate their achievements and document their final days as Johns Hopkins students
Commencement 2020
Senior reflections
Published May 21, 2020
As they prepare to graduate, members of the Johns Hopkins Class of 2020 reflect on friendships made, lessons learned, and their future plans
Students develop anti-discrimination campaign
Published May 20, 2020
The marketing campaign, created for the university's Advertising/Integrated Marketing Communications course, addresses harmful labels students have experienced firsthand
Q+A
A conversation with Pavan Patel, president of the Class of 2020
Published May 20, 2020
Patel helped plan this year's virtual Commencement ceremony, crowdsourcing ideas from the Class of 2020 to create a one-of-a-kind interactive celebration
Student life
Despite distance, LGBTQ Life helps students stay close
Published May 19, 2020
Disruption to semester and effects of social distancing make the office's services and events more important than ever, says LGBTQ Life Director Demere Woolway
Student awards
Three seniors awarded arts prizes
Published May 18, 2020
JP Senter receives Sudler Prize, Mofan Lai and Maya Singh Sharkey earn President's Commendation for Achievement in the Arts
#JHU2020
Your guide to virtual Commencement
Published May 18, 2020
The university has made special arrangements so grads get the most out of their day of pomp, despite the unusual circumstances
COVID-19
Hopkins helps local business make filters 24/7
Published May 18, 2020
DiPole Materials, co-founded by JHU Professor James West, recruits students and alums to operate a specialized machine that produces enough material to make 2,000 N95-style filters a day