Archived articles


A private school matter
Published Fall 2023
A debut novel by Nash Jenkins, A&S '15, is about privilege and power, the pitfalls of masculinity, and coming of age in the dizzying early years of the 21st century / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Hannah Rose has spoken
Published Oct 3, 2023
School of Education alum discusses how preparing for a career in mental health inadvertently readied her to compete on—and know when to bow out of—'Survivor'
Artificial intelligence
Educators should embrace AI and ChatGPT, JHU experts say
Published Sept 26, 2023
Panelists discuss the pros and cons of using generative chatbots in the classroom, express optimism that AI can enhance learning
The affordable housing crisis
Published Aug 29, 2023
Monopolies of homebuilders are contributing to a housing crunch in the U.S., preventing millions of residents from buying a home, says Johns Hopkins economist Luis Quintero
Health Policy Forum
Parikh calls for scientists to connect with public, policymakers
Published Aug 1, 2023
CEO of AAAS says better science communication is key to dismantling distrust among some legislators and the general public in the ninth installment of JHU's Health Policy Forum series
What's in store for the upcoming respiratory virus season?
Published July 31, 2023
Johns Hopkins epidemiologist David Dowdy says vaccines and a preventive drug for RSV offer hope for a healthier fall and winter
Congressional briefing
Experts urge inclusion for people with disabilities
Published July 25, 2023
JHU Congressional Briefing panelists explain how policymakers can improve support and drive progress in research and care
From pen to picket line
Published July 19, 2023
Krieger School alum and Emmy-nominated late-night comedy writer Sal Gentile talks about the ongoing Hollywood writers' strike
3 questions
OTC birth control pill approved by FDA
Published July 13, 2023
The ruling has the potential to reduce barriers and increase equity in access to contraception—if it is affordable, says Johns Hopkins expert Carolyn Sufrin
The science and safety of marijuana
Published July 10, 2023
Experimental psychologist Ryan Vandrey discusses the science and safety of recreational cannabis on the heels of legalization in Maryland