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Prepare for the annual holiday Netflix Binge

Amanda Auble - December 15th, 2014

While the weather outside is frightful, Netflix’s December calendar is full of some must-watch movies and television shows. Classes and finals are ending at Hopkins, so grab your snuggie, make some hot chocolate and stake out your month-long residence on…

Students protest police brutality, racism in BLC die-in

Students protest police brutality, racism in BLC die-in

WILL ANDERSON - December 10th, 2014

While much of the Homewood campus was concerned with studying for upcoming finals, a group of students drew attention to a larger national issue. In protest of the decisions not to indict the police officers responsible for the deaths of African-American…

For safety of all, BIT must be mandatory

EDITORIAL BOARD - December 4th, 2014

In the fall of 2013, the University instituted an interactive, student-facilitated program called Bystander Intervention Training (BIT) designed to teach students, staff and faculty about sexual assault, abusive relationships and rape culture and to give them tools to prevent gender…

Aging entails much more than you think

SHAUN VERMA - December 4th, 2014

Most people know all too well the experience of old age and caring for the elderly — it’s something that transcends all cultures and generations. I’ve had the opportunity to analyze the last cycle of life through sociological and ethical…

Sexist children’s book draws justifiable rage

CARISSA ZUKOWSKI - December 4th, 2014

Earlier this fall, a children’s book that was originally released four years ago stood in the spotlight as many readers criticized its sexist portrayal of women in a professional environment. Barbie: I Can Be A Computer Engineer is an installment…

Hopkins theater needs space for existing talent to grow

CHRISTY LEE - December 4th, 2014

For a school so famous for its academics, Hopkins has a surprising amount of theater talent among its student body. There is a show (sometimes more) performed practically every weekend, with groups performing original works from improvisation comedy to theater…

America needs real political discourse

WILL MARCUS - December 4th, 2014

Our grandparents got their news from the radio, our parents got their news from TV stations and we get our news from BuzzFeed (which is actually a somewhat respectable news source). While this may be a huge oversimplification of how…

MSE, where are the women speakers?

JULIA DEVARTI - December 4th, 2014

Awhile ago I was talking to a friend of mine who was then on the board of the Milton S. Eisenhower Symposium (MSE) about why they bring in so few women as speakers. He — note here that he’s a…

Is Adderall ethical or an unfair advantage?

ZACHAR PAINE SABIN - December 4th, 2014

I have a friend who is not diagnosed with any mental disorders, but routinely takes Adderall to help him study. Is this unethical? Ignoring the means of acquiring this drug, which I’m sure present many ethical issues of their own, the…

The Barber of Seville: Bugs Bunny edition

ELIZABETH SHERWOOD - December 4th, 2014

Over Thanksgiving break, I was extremely fortunate to be invited by a friend to the Metropolitan Opera. The production was Rossini’s The Barber of Seville (Il Barbiere di Siviglia), his most popular opera, which has many recognizable tunes. Besides the…

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