Archived articles
Homewood campus
'Spreading light across the campus'
Published Feb 1, 2021
Johns Hopkins hosts annual Lighting of the Quads ceremony in new virtual format
#JHNeedsU
JHU Social Compact promotes safety, solidarity
Published Jan 27, 2021
All members of the university community are encouraged to commit to following simple public health protocols designed to keep themselves and others safe and healthy
Public health
Dating in the time of COVID-19
Published Jan 26, 2021
It may look different during a pandemic, but safe practices make dating work for single people—and perhaps bring added benefits
Fellowships
PhD student Adebayo Eisape named Microsoft Research PhD Fellow
Published Jan 26, 2021
Adebayo Eisape was selected from a candidate pool of more than 1,000 for the prestigious fellowship
Toon school
Published Jan 20, 2021
Students explore old and new animation techniques in Karen Yasinsky's Animating Cartoons course
Student life
There's no workspace like home
Published Jan 11, 2021
Christopher Shallal, Parker Treadway, and Mark Shifman have converted their pingpong table room into the manufacturing laboratory of their dreams, complete with metal-working stations, 3D printers, and electronics cabinets
University operations
JHU to resume limited in-person instruction for spring
Published Jan 8, 2021
Students will begin returning to campus Jan. 16 and the spring semester will begin as scheduled on Jan. 25
School of Medicine
Forging an accessible path
Published Dec 28, 2020
About a quarter of Americans have one or more disabilities. The School of Medicine is working to make success stories more common for students with disabilities, chronic illnesses, and mental health disorders.
Student services
New system fields help requests for registration, financial aid, student accounts
Published Dec 15, 2020
Case management tool will make it easier for students and others to get the support they need
Class of 2025
Johns Hopkins welcomes first members of Class of 2025
Published Dec 11, 2020
The group of 520 talented high schoolers who applied for early decision admission to the university include inventors, policy advocates, community organizers, and engineers