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The Committee on Student Elections (CSE) released the recounted results for the 2018-19 Student Government Association (SGA) Class Council elections on Tuesday night. The original results were released on Friday, but due to a change in voting system which left ten seats open, the CSE decided to conduct a recount.
As a growing number of states have moved to legalize marijuana in recent years, cannabis use has been increasingly destigmatized.
The 47th annual Spring Fair brought food, vendors and local musicians to Homewood Campus this past weekend.
The Baltimore City Council approved two bills which sought to address local environmental issues earlier this year. At the end of March, Baltimore City Mayor Catherine Pugh signed a bill prohibiting the construction and expansion of crude oil train terminals in the City. She postponed her vote to ban polystyrene products in local establishments.
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.
This month, many Hopkins students will be applying for summer internships, both paid and unpaid. The News-Letter sat down with three students who reflected on their experiences finding and funding internships.
I was the one who actually made the poison order. I went online, researched my options, was disgusted by the cost and then promptly mentioned my little problem to my aunt who then graciously offered to buy it for me.
There’s a Marvel superhero you may have heard of if you’re into really obscure comics (like me). She’s sort of the Aquaman of the Marvel world, in that she’s often tragically underestimated to the point of mockery. Her wonderfully rhythmic name is Doreen Green. However, you might know her as Squirrel Girl.
When I first moved back to America to attend college, I would call my family every week. Between Skype, Facebook and Snapchat, it often didn’t feel like I was missing that much, despite the thousands of miles between us.
There are over 400 student groups at Hopkins, and you’ll have the opportunity to get to know each of them at the Student Involvement Fair on Sept. 8. Until then check out the eight groups highlighted here.
Many have criticized the University for ignoring the needs of local residents and solely acting to promote its own interests.