News

Foreign Affairs Symposium announces lineup

The Foreign Affairs Symposium (FAS) announced on Saturday that the theme of its spring 2018 lineup is “Ravel | Unravel.” The speakers include: activist and Maryland senatorial candidate Chelsea Manning; former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power; and Hopkins alumni and humanitarian ...



Local artist’s work addresses slavery and racism

In celebration of Black Heritage Month, the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) hosted an exhibit by Paul Rucker, a Baltimore-based artist whom Baltimore Magazine named the city’s “Best Artist” of 2015. The exhibit ran from Feb. 8-9. 

Arts

Mark Bramble gives engaging talk on Homewood Hamilton exhibit

I was very late to the Hamilton party. I’m not going to lie to you, as a Brit, I wasn’t that interested in a musical about America, America’s Founding Fathers and animosity for Britain. That doesn’t by any means suggest that I wasn’t beyond excited to see the show in London just a week after ...



opinion


We need to be mindful about our plastic use

Every year, one million toothbrushes (roughly 50 million pounds) are thrown out and added to landfills every year. That’s enough plastic to stretch around the world four times. The ...




Sports

W. Basketball split games to secure fourth in Conference

This past week, the Hopkins women’s basketball team faced two Centennial Conference foes, the Haverford College Fords and the Swarthmore College Garnet. Prior to their game against Haverford last Wednesday, the Blue Jays had come out victorious in four of their previous five Conference games, with ...



Voices


Why I might not text you back right away

This article had the potential to be the most stereotypically millennial thing I’ve ever written, aside from a caption I came close to posting on my finsta at 2 a.m. last week, in ...



Luna

Clarissa was a passionate collector of the small toys that were dispensed in capsules from the gumball machines in front of grocery stores. Her first full collection, comprised of ...


Your Weekend



Events in Baltimore this weekend: February 15-18

Thursday Love Hangover, One World Cafe, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. Valentine’s Day a bust? Shake it off with this fun, disco-themed evening. Jailbreak Brewing and Troegs Independent Brewing ...