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Published Summer 2024
Members of the Class of '74 share some of their favorite memories from their time at Hopkins. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
With all her heart
Published Summer 2024
Writer Heather Lanier reflects on a tough parenting moment: ceding control and trusting that everything will be OK / Johns Hopkins Magazine
An inspiring life remembered
Published Summer 2024
Looking back on the legacy of Pava LaPere / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Artificial intelligence
AI and the upcoming elections
Published June 11, 2024
OpenAI's Mira Murati and the secretaries of state from Arizona and Georgia weigh in on challenges, opportunities, and threats posed by emerging technology
3 questions
Artificial intelligence and its impact on the 2024 elections
Published June 5, 2024
AI has the potential to transform everything from health care to elections. SNF Agora's Scott Warren considers how it's affecting this election cycle.
Students debate Israel's future in long-running Hopkins course
Published May 16, 2024
Steven David's course helps students form and share thoughtful opinions about one of the most polarizing conflicts of our time
University leaders share update on Homewood campus encampment
Published May 10, 2024
A message to the Johns Hopkins University community from President Ron Daniels and Provost Ray Jayawardhana
Health Policy Forum
ARPA-H leaders discuss new 'medical moonshots' funding
Published May 3, 2024
Medicine Dean Theodore DeWeese discusses the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health with Renee Wegrzyn, Kimberley Steele
President Daniels shares message on campus protest
Published May 2, 2024
His update on outreach to protesters reiterates the university's commitment 'to maintaining a campus environment that values free speech, but also where everyone feels safe and welcome'
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