Voices+Opinion

5 things everyone should know about science
Published Dec 3, 2019
Before heading to Sweden to accept his Nobel Prize, Hopkins scientist Gregg Semenza shares five insights about science he wants more people to understand
Patient safety
Critical history of a failed push for patient safety
Published Dec 3, 2019
In her new book, Kathleen Sutcliffe explores the patient safety movement and why it has failed to deliver the gains promised over two decades of research, funding, and policymaking
Politics
Hopkins experts discuss impeachment probe
Published Nov 21, 2019
Anne Applebaum, Robert Lieberman, and former Sen. Barbara Mikulski discuss the historic nature of the inquiry and the fallout for American democracy
Election 2020
'It's going to be a complete mess'
Published Nov 14, 2019
Journalists, scholars offer dire assessment of the preparedness of big tech platforms to handle the coming wave of fake news and electoral meddling
SNF Agora Institute
Experts explore the future of civics education
Published Nov 7, 2019
Educators, journalists, and nonprofit leaders discuss the vital role civics plays in a healthy democracy at D.C. forum
Q+A
The accidental fall of the Berlin Wall
Published Nov 5, 2019
When the Berlin Wall opened 30 years ago, it created a fracture in the Iron Curtain and safe passage out of Soviet territory
Q+A
Shakespeare and political theater
Published Oct 21, 2019
SAIS Dean Eliot Cohen discusses the Bard's works and what they reveal about our political leaders and the drama unfolding in the nation's capital
MSE Symposium
Kenan Thompson at Shriver Hall
Published Oct 16, 2019
The longest-tenured cast member of NBC's 'Saturday Night Live' discussed his career and the role comedians play in society
Q+A
American policing in the Cold War era
Published Oct 16, 2019
In his new book, Stuart Schrader explores how U.S. foreign policy designed to contain communism abroad informed approaches to law enforcement at home
Civil Rights Week
Experts explore school-to-prison pipeline
Published Oct 4, 2019
School of Education, Urban Health Institute host symposium focusing on complex issues surrounding school policing, employment, and concentrated poverty in Baltimore and beyond