Current Issue: October 23, 2014
SJP members use their bodies to protest Gaza violence
ABIGAIL ANNEAR - October 23rd, 2014

While en route to classes on Wyman and Keyser Quads on Monday, students encountered a human barrier on the Breezeway. Carefully weaving through bodies that were strewn along sidewalks and…

SHANE COUGHLIN - October 16th, 2014

The official spring tennis season has not yet begun and already, a Blue Jay athlete has made history. Sophomore Ashnaa Rao of the Hopkins women’s tennis team won three straight…

JASON PLUSH - October 16th, 2014

On a beautiful, crisp fall Saturday morning, the Hopkins men’s tennis team welcomed Amherst to nearby Morgan State University for a matchup that featured the defending Division III national champions…

ALEX YAHANDA - October 16th, 2014

In most instances, the word suicide is an unpleasant one. There is something about suicide that strikes directly at people’s basest urges. The act of taking one’s own life is…

WILL MARCUS - October 16th, 2014

Our incomprehensibly complex and beautiful brains are the triumph of millions of years of cutthroat natural selection, yet they are horrifically maladapted to the world we live in. For all…

Malone Hall dedication gathers Hopkins notables
JOHN HUGHES - October 23rd, 2014

On Thursday Oct. 16, a dedication ceremony for Malone Hall was held in an outdoor pavilion on Decker Quad. Dr. John C. Malone, who contributed $30 million to fund the…

Phantogram brings electro-pop to B’more
MADELINE WHEELER - October 23rd, 2014

On Friday, Oct. 17, electro-rock band Phantogram captivated its audience with breathy vocals and vibrant lights at Ram’s Head, Live! The band — which formed in 2007 — rose to…

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ELIZABETH SHERWOOD - October 16th, 2014

Growing up, I watched a lot of Halloween movies. I would usually watch whatever Disney Channel Original Movie was premiering that year, but my favorites were always the cartoons. There…

ALEX HUROWITZ - October 16th, 2014

As of Oct. 8, the punk meets synthpop duo Crystal Castles is no more. Vocalist Alice Glass went to social media to declare the end of the band for both…

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