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JHU embraces “fanboy” culture with JohnCon

IAN SCOTT - April 14th, 2011

Hopkins hosted JohnCon, its annual science fiction and fantasy convention last weekend. The event, which was run by the  Hopkins Science Fiction and Fantasy Association (HopSFA), was held in Levering Hall and lasted for two days straight, from 5 p.m….

New Vibrations: Jetlag album review

CHACONE MARTIN-BERKOWICZ - February 6th, 2014

Michael Milosh, known as “Milosh,” and member of the two-man musical group Rhye, released his fourth solo album, Jetlag, this past November. The Canadian musician is known for his lush, soothing voice and use of soft synthesizers to create a…

The visual novel medium proves its worth on the battlefield of narrative arts

Alex Mui - November 16th, 2011

Last week The News-Letter introduced you to the visual novel; this week, Alex Mui continues by covering the history and creation of the medium. The visual novel traces its roots back to the 1983 detective video game, The Portopia Serial…

Visual Novels: Unrecognized Narrative Art

Alex Mui - November 10th, 2011

Alan Moore, regarded as the greatest writer of comics, has proclaimed the age of creative storytelling over. He noted how storytelling is still clinging to the works of the Victorian Era — with all proceeding stories simply being rehashed ideas…

My Little Pony: Now 20 percent more awesome

Alex Mui - November 3rd, 2011

First, forget all your previous notions about My Little Pony. This is not your mother’s show. The phrase “never judge a book by its cover” has never been truer for Friendship is Magic. The show was created Lauren Faust, the…

South Park allays fans’ fears about termination

Alex Mui - October 12th, 2011

South Park fans anxiously awaited the first new episode of the autumn mid-season since the downer ending of the spring mid-season finale. In “You’re Getting Old” the creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, left viewers with an ambiguous episode which…

Smallpox vaccine pioneer lectures

Anita Bhansali - February 26th, 2004

In the second installment of the Voyage and Discovery lecture series, Dr. D. A. Henderson, one of the doctors credited with eradicating smallpox and now a professor at the Bloomberg School of Public Health, spoke about his experiences fighting epidemics….

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