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The Committee on Student Elections (CSE) announced the results of the 2018-19 Student Government Association (SGA) Class Council elections on Friday. A total of 928 students voted, which marked a seven percent decrease from last year. Of the eligible student body, consisting of the current freshman, sophomore and junior classes, 23.3 percent cast their ballots.
The Charles Village Pub (CVP), a local bar on St. Paul Street, has been closed indefinitely following a grease fire early Tuesday morning. The bar first opened in 1985.
Environmentalist, journalist and host of the WYPR radio show The Environment in Focus Tom Pelton discussed his book, The Chesapeake in Focus: Transforming the Natural World, at Barnes & Noble on Thursday. He focused on the role of government in environmental issues, particularly in the cleanup of the Chesapeake Bay.
The Hopkins Emergency Response Organization (HERO) implemented the Stop the Bleed campaign on campus at the end of March. Stop the Bleed is a national program designed to improve bystander intervention in cases of emergency bleeding.
“New Horizons” and “Thumbs UP for Jessup,” the two tickets campaigning for the Student Government Association (SGA) executive board, discussed their platforms in a debate on Monday.
Government whistleblower and Maryland senatorial candidate Chelsea Manning spoke at the Foreign Affairs Symposium (FAS) on Monday. DeRay Mckesson, a local civil rights activist, moderated the discussion.
Nine students testified at a hearing of the Maryland House Judiciary Committee in Annapolis on March 22 to express their opposition to a bill that would authorize the University to create a private police force. The bill was introduced by Democratic delegate Cheryl Glenn on March 5.
In the weeks since the University announced its divisive plan to create a private police force, administrators have attended a number of forums to solicit feedback on the proposal from students and community members.
The Baltimore Beat, a free, local alternative weekly newspaper, closed on March 6, just four months after it opened in November 2017. The tweet announcing the closure credited it to insufficient advertising funds.
The Foreign Affairs Symposium (FAS) hosted former head of the Turkish military İlker Başbuğ as its second event this semester on Tuesday. The talk was co-hosted by European Horizons and moderated by Lisel Hintz, assistant professor of International Relations and European Studies at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).
The 2018 Foreign Affairs Symposium (FAS) hosted its first event, a panel discussion on comedy and politics, on Thursday, Feb. 22.
European Horizons and the John Quincy Adams Society, two student groups promoting discussions about foreign policy, hosted a debate alongside the International Studies department called “Dealing with Putin’s Russia: Challenges and Opportunities” on Feb. 15.
To increase student voter turnout, Hopkins recently partnered with TurboVote, an online voting registration service.
The travelling collection Alexander Hamilton: The Man Who Made Modern America is currently on display at the Homewood Museum.
Comedian, actor and writer Hasan Minhaj gave a talk on Wednesday, Dec. 6, in the Turner Auditorium at the East Baltimore campus. The talk was the final event of the Milton S. Eisenhower (MSE) Symposium’s 2017 speaker series.
Hopkins Voice for Choice, a pro-choice student group, hosted a discussion on women’s reproductive rights after a talk given by Ohio Governor John Kasich on Monday. Kasich’s visit was part of the Milton S. Eisenhower Symposium (MSE) 2017 speaker series.
Ohio Governor John Kasich gave a talk titled “Two Paths: America United or Divided” as part of the Milton S. Eisenhower Symposium (MSE) on Monday.
Joy-Ann Reid, a political analyst and host of MSNBC’s morning talk show AM Joy, gave a presentation titled “Journalism in the Age of Fake News” on Thursday, Nov. 2. Her visit was a part of the Milton S. Eisenhower (MSE) Symposium’s 2017 speaker series.
Reverend Daryl Kearney discussed the intersections of race, faith and politics at the Bunting-Meyerhoff Interfaith and Community Service Center on Wednesday. The talk was the first part in a speaker series hosted by the JHU Social Justice and Equity Collective.
The day after U.S. President Donald Trump’s inauguration, an estimated three to five million people participated in the Women’s March, the largest single-day demonstration in U.S. history.