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A remembrance of John Barth
Published April 2, 2024
Author Jennifer Finney Boylan, who earned an MFA from Johns Hopkins in 1986, now serves as the Anna Quindlen Writer in Residence at Barnard College of Columbia University
Published Spring 2024
Alum and entrepreneur Pava LaPere made an incredible impact on Johns Hopkins and the city of Baltimore before her life was tragically cut short. This spring, the university will honor her legacy. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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Supply chains could feel ripple effects from bridge collapse
Published March 26, 2024
Operations management expert Tinglong Dai discusses the impact of the collapse for consumers, suppliers, and the economy
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Structural engineer discusses Baltimore's Key Bridge collapse
Published March 26, 2024
Bridge expert Rachel Sangree talks about how long, continuous spans in the bridge design played a role in its collapse
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What happens if the Supreme Court limits mifepristone?
Published March 26, 2024
Johns Hopkins expert Suzanne Bell explains the possible reproductive health impacts of limiting access to a pill that has been safely used by millions of people
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Why might the U.S. ban TikTok?
Published March 25, 2024
Hopkins cybersecurity expert Anton Dahbura explains the proposed regulation and the threats the app could pose to Americans
There goes the sun. Again?
Published March 14, 2024
Just seven years after the last total solar eclipse, millions of Americans will once again be in the path of daytime darkness on April 8