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Moving into a dorm with another person is kind of like getting a new puppy, except you’re the puppy. When you get a new puppy, it turns everything upside down for a while. You need to teach it what to play with, what to stay away from, when to be quiet, what to eat and on and on.
Welcome to Johns Hopkins University, where people will assume you want to be a doctor and will also butcher your school’s name in ways you would never imagine (no, it’s not John Hopskins). Here are some of my best tips for a fledgling Blue Jay:
Now that you’re an official Hopkins student, you’ll probably be spending quite a bit of time in Brody Learning Commons or the Milton S. Eisenhower Library (MSE).
1. Eat a whole funnel cake at Spring Fair (the largest run student fair in America).
There are three types of freshmen who enter Hopkins.
Welcome, freshmen! We know that figuring out what classes to take can be difficult and stressful. So here are some suggestions from six upperclassmen.
About two months ago, the shots fired in Olathe, Kansas rang loudest through the ears of Indians all across the country. As I read about the victim, his countless similarities to my dad stained my mind, specifically his job in IT and his Indian ethnic background.
Last week, we sent The News-Letter off to the printer at 7 a.m. and finished the most rewarding and stressful year of our lives. Since our first week as Editors-in-Chief, we have tried our hardest to put out the best possible product, but the success of this paper never rested on us alone.
As a follow-up to my last column about why Supergirlhas relationship trouble, this week I’m taking on the other issue that’s been dragging the show down this season: Kara’s career. In season one, Kara (Melissa Benoist) started as an assistant to the high-strung, demanding, witty and wonderfully saucy Cat Grant (Calista Flockhart), CEO of CatCo Worldwide Media.
Welcome back to the couch; Sorry there’s so little space.
Have you heard of Albin Lee Meldau yet? Well, if you haven’t, then you are about to be blown away. With his perfectly graveled voice, which reminds me of James Arthur or Ed Sheeran, Meldau is sure to impress. But it’s not just his vocals, Meldau’s rhythms and brand new music video are also top notch and guaranteed to keep your attention.
I wasn’t all that rebellious of a kid back in elementary school. There were a few days where I brought my Game Boy to school. Occasionally, I put more duck sauce on my chicken fingers than I was supposed to. I’ll admit I did cheat on an exam on U.S. trivia once in fifth grade because I hadn’t been paying attention to the last week’s worth of classes. (Nowadays, I just accept my impending failures.) But these were all one-off or otherwise infrequent incidents.
Do you ever look at a worm and wonder what it was doing all winter? While the rest of us were suffering through exams and flu season, what were the things that wriggle and crawl doing? Well, wonder no more, for I am about to tell you.