Exhibit explores School of Medicine’s history

An exhibit celebrating 125 years since the establishment of the Hopkins School of Medicine has been on display on Q-level of the Milton S. Eisenhower (MSE) library since Oct. 31 and will remain up until March 18, 2019.

How is Trump impacting liberal democracy today?

The International Studies Program hosted its final event in its midterm elections speaker series, “Trump and the Liberal World Order,” on Wednesday. The event featured remarks from political science professors regarding Trump’s impact on free market principles, cooperation among nations and liberal ...

SGA passes funding bills and responds to JHU-ICE

Student Government Association (SGA) members passed two funding bills and prepared discussion points for their upcoming dinner with University President Ronald J. Daniels at their weekly meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 13. They also endorsed a letter from the graduate student organization Teachers and Researchers ...


31st annual Culture Show highlights diversity of Hopkins students

The Office of Multicultural Affairs hosted its 31st Annual Culture Show in the Rec Center on Saturday, Nov. 10. The event showcased many student cultural groups and included dance performances by Yong Han Lion Dance Troupe and Baila!, as well as a capella performances by Music Dynasty and Ketzev.


This Thanksgiving, being grateful in the midst of tragedy

As the Editorial Board, we usually dedicate each week to holding people in power accountable, to mourning lives lost, to demanding change. But as Thanksgiving approaches, we also want to reflect on what we have to be grateful for — on the strides we’ve made not only in our country, but also in this ...


W. Soccer loses by one goal in NCAA Regionals

Despite losing in the Centennial Conference Championship, the No. 8-ranked Hopkins women’s soccer team was granted the opportunity to host the first and second rounds of the Division III NCAA Tournament this past weekend.


What I learned from the process of reporting an abuser via social media

About three weeks ago I made a Facebook post which, since then, has uprooted my life. When I made the post I did it with the intention of giving my friend a voice who had remained quiet for so long. What has followed has taught me a lot about what happens when you finally speak out about abuse — especially ...

Your Weekend