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June 25, 2021

What’s your favorite memory at Hopkins?

May 27, 2021
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COURTESY OF ANGEL ZHAO

“Rushing from class to class, or midnight sessions at Brody. Basically everyone stressing together in unity.”
-Shizheng "JJ" Tie, Environmental Health and Engineering

“Spending time with friends on the last day of classes in any spring semester pre-COVID[-19] times!”
-Brandon Park, Psychological & Brain Sciences

“Meeting my girlfriend.”
-Nicholas Malloy, Neuroscience

“I don’t have one specific memory, but I loved being a part of Adoremus, which is an a capella group on campus. Extracurriculars were an integral part of my experience as a Hopkins undergrad, and I don’t know if I would be the same person without them.”
-Lillian Kim, English and Writing Seminars

“Making dinner with friends in the Wolman kitchen!”
-Benjamin Straus, Biomedical Engineering

“Stargazing with my friends.”
-Angel Zhao, History and International Studies

“Spring [F]air freshman year.”
-Collete Chang, Public Health

“All the random adventures thrown together at the last minute. Hopkins made me more spontaneous and taught me to live in the moment as much as possible.”
-Olivia Brown, Computer Science and International Studies


COURTESY OF YANNI GU
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