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Student Life

A story of love, politics, culture, and history
Published Feb 28, 2020
Junior Similoluwa Aluko wrote and co-directs "How Palm Wine Sours," a multi-generational story about women, love, and politics in the Oyo empire of West Africa
A celebration of black heritage
Published Feb 26, 2020
Students show off their artistic talents at the second annual Black Heritage Showcase, sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs
Tower of Power
Edible engineering
Published Feb 25, 2020
Annual competition challenges students from Baltimore schools to build the tallest tower out of pasta and marshmallows
Student scholars
Fulbright awardees live, work, and learn abroad
Published Feb 24, 2020
The university ranks among the nation's top producers of Fulbright U.S. students with 21 during the 2019-20 cycle, the most in school history
Foreign Affairs Symposium
Hong Kong activists discuss civil disobedience
Published Feb 21, 2020
Foreign Affairs Symposium hosts Joshua Wong and Nathan Law, two of the founders of the 2014 Umbrella Protests, for a conversation on activism and political autonomy
Student experience
Rec center reimagined with $27M expansion
Published Feb 18, 2020
The renovation of the O'Connor Center for Recreation and Well-Being includes new spaces for strength and cardio workouts, group activities, and student well-being
Students get registered, ready for 2020 elections
Published Feb 17, 2020
Hundreds of students get guidance on how to register, how to submit absentee ballots at event hosted by Center for Social Concern
Senior awarded Gates Cambridge Scholarship
Published Feb 13, 2020
Shubhayu Bhattacharyay will pursue a PhD in clinical neuroscience at Cambridge and work on the development of AI systems to visualize data for those suffering from traumatic brain injuries
University will move to a universal academic calendar
Published Feb 10, 2020
New calendar, which takes effect in fall 2020, will make it easier for students to register across schools and is expected to lead to an increase in interdisciplinary academic opportunities
Lunar New Year
A celebration of heritage, community
Published Feb 10, 2020
Hundreds of Johns Hopkins students participate in annual banquet celebrating heritage, culture, and community