Current Issue: February 26, 2015
SGA grants Sen. Patel undergraduate status
JACQUI NEBER - February 26th, 2015

The Student Government Association (SGA) granted Senior Class Senator Parth Patel undergraduate status to avoid impeaching him in their meeting on Tuesday. Former Junior Class Senator Mahzi Malcolm filed a…

SHANE COUGHLIN - February 12th, 2015

On an emotional Saturday afternoon, the Hopkins men’s lacrosse season began with a victory, the celebration of the life of a beloved teammate, and a historic win for its head…

GUARAV VERMA - February 12th, 2015

Freshman fencer Matthias Philippine has had quite a strong season in his first year fencing at the college level. In his debut in December, Philippine exploded onto the scene with…

CHLOE FERRIS - February 26th, 2015

After introducing himself he handed me a pamphlet. It was hard to understand what he was saying so I watched his mouth form the words. The disease had ruthlessly weakened…

SHARON LAM - February 26th, 2015

We proclaim ourselves to be independent Americans, resolutely unswayed by marketing strategies and stubborn in our pursuit of healthy living. We toot our horns when our meals are all organic,…

TONY WU - February 19th, 2015

Those who live in tropical areas around the world are at risk for malaria. In fact, malaria is a top cause of infant mortality in some countries. Numerous advances have…

TIFFANY LE - February 19th, 2015

Southern Nevada residents may have caught wind of a toxic rock. Scientists discovered that cancer-causing asbestos minerals might be affecting populations living nearby. The increasing number of asbestos studies in…

Aaron Carter plays at Baltimore Soundstage
CAROLINE HYLTON - February 26th, 2015

Baltimore Soundstage was invaded by a sea of excited twentysomething women on Feb. 17. When Aaron Carter took the stage, the audience erupted into squeals. Their frenzy could only be…

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EMILY WEBER - February 26th, 2015

As a double major in political science and archaeology who is also studying Arabic, studying abroad in Amman, Jordan was an obvious choice for me. It wasn’t as obvious to…

KATHARINE RUBERY - February 26th, 2015

There are few things I love more than awards show fashion. The second the new year rolls around, I am filled with anticipation for the jaw dropping looks, the horribly…

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