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KRACK in the code
Published Oct 18, 2017
JHU experts discuss the newly discovered software flaw that affects nearly every Wi-Fi enabled device
Faculty honors
Seven join National Academy of Medicine
Published Oct 18, 2017
New members selected for contributions to advancing the medical sciences, health care, and public health
Trump's 'strategic blunder' on Iran
Published Oct 18, 2017
SAIS Dean Vali Nasr says decertifying nuclear deal is mistake that will define president's foreign policy legacy
Hopkins Women Moving Forward
Published Oct 18, 2017
Three successful Johns Hopkins alumnae share career experiences, wisdom
As Puerto Rico recovers, a native son reflects
Published Oct 18, 2017
In aftermath of Category 4 hurricane, Roberto Busó-García reflects on the island's history, spirit, and future
Reflecting on Charlottesville
Published Oct 18, 2017
Hopkins hosts Virginia faith leader for discussion of contentious August rallies and their aftermath, free speech, and the politics of disempowerment
President's Reading Series
Salman Rushdie's turn to realism
Published Oct 18, 2017
Acclaimed British-Indian author talks writing, politics at Johns Hopkins
New dean charts fresh course for Education
Published Oct 18, 2017
Christopher Morphew joined JHU Aug. 1 from University of Iowa College of Education
Firebrand with a pince-nez
Published Fall 2017
Elisabeth Gilman, the youngest daughter of JHU's founding president, was a fierce advocate for social justice / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The lonely crusader
Published Fall 2017
Lawrence Jackson profiles the work of Chester Himes, who all but invented the black crime novel / Johns Hopkins Magazine
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