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Anthropologist examines perspectives of genocidal murderers

Professor Richard Rechtman, the director of studies at École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, gave a talk on Tuesday as part of the Department of Anthropology’s Colloquium Series. In his talk titled “The Ordinary Life of Genocidal Mass Murderers,” Rechtman, an anthropologist and psychiatrist, ...



OMA hosts dinner and Heritage 365 discussion

The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) hosted its second Identity Series and Cuisine Night on Tuesday. These dinners, which take place twice a semester, are part of OMA’s new Heritage 365 initiative, which aims to foster inclusion and celebrate cultural heritage for Latinx, African American, Indigenous ...

Hopkins centers talk interdisciplinary approaches to climate change

The directors of the 21st Century Cities (21CC) Initiative, the Centers for Civic Impact and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Agora Institute discussed approaches to tackling climate change and other real-world issues at a talk titled “Passion to Action: Three Approaches to Tackling Climate Change” ...

SGA examines funding and student health needs

The Student Government Association (SGA) held their fourth meeting of the semester this Tuesday in Charles Commons. Members unanimously passed a bill to clarify guidelines for SGA’s funding board, the Student Activities Commission (SAC), and also discussed a bill intended to determine reproductive-health ...

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opinion

Does print journalism have a future?

On Monday, Sept. 30, The Diamondback — the University of Maryland’s independent, student-run newspaper — announced that it would exclusively publish content online starting in March 2020. The decision to discontinue The Diamondback’s print publications comes 110 years after the paper was ...



Sports

Football holds off Ursinus despite late-game offensive surge

This past Saturday the Hopkins football team narrowly escaped the Ursinus College Bears, who were ultimately edged out by the Blue Jays 32-29. This was Hopkins’ third straight win, bringing them to an overall record of 4-1 and 3-1 in the Centennial Conference. Hopkins survived a late-game surge by ...



Voices

I watched all of Netflix’s Tall Girl and it was awful

This week I watched Netflix’s newest original movie, Tall Girl. This movie starts with a guy starting to ask out our titular tall girl, Jodi (played by Ava Michelle), until she stands up. She is a tall, blonde model-type, which is obviously a fat “no” for little boys in high school. And she follows ...



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Professor Semenza wins Nobel Prize in Medicine for work on HIF

Early Monday morning, the Nobel Assembly announced that Dr. Gregg L. Semenza, the C. Michael Armstrong Professor of Pediatrics at Hopkins School of Medicine, was a 2019 recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. Semenza received this honor alongside Dr. William G. Kaelin of Harvard and ...