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Movies can be great or they can be terrible, but in my experience, most are just adequate. These adequate ones might not affect us as deeply as the great one, or grant as much material for jokes as the terrible ones, but sometimes they can be precisely what we need: an escapist, fun ride. Keeping that in mind, I can’t think of a more appropriate adjective for Death on the Nile than just perfectly adequate.
Hopkins Athletics made $11,297,513 in revenue and a total of $70,173 in profits in 2020, but the largest net profits went to the University’s Division-I lacrosse team. How does the University support its Division-III (D-III) undergraduate athletics resources?
Last Monday, the Rare Disease Day Panel hosted by the Disability Activism Student Organization (DASO) featured three undergraduate students with rare medical conditions. The panel consisted of freshmen Kate Ketelhohn and Leyra Espino-Nardi and junior Garryn Bryant.
If you haven’t yet seen the Richard Yarde exhibit on display at the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA), you still have a few more weeks to visit. Richard Yarde: Beyond the Savoy will remain on show through April 24, and I urge you to see it while you can. The BMA, which stands adjacent to Homewood Campus, offers free admission and is open Wednesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., though entry requires a timed reservation.
Women’s tennis took on the Washington and Lee University Generals on Feb. 26 in their first meeting since 2018. The Jays looked to bounce back from their season-opener loss against Towson University but fell short, losing 1-8.
The Student Government Association (SGA) held its weekly meeting on March 1 in order to discuss its position on expressing solidarity with Ukraine, amendments to the Student Activities Commission (SAC) guidelines, results of the Twosday freshman class council event, SGA tabling event reports and confirmations.
Content warning: The following article includes topics some readers may find triggering, including sexual assault.
It’s now March, which means it’s been just about two years since the COVID-19 pandemic permanently impacted our lives. Around this time in 2020, students were sent home from campus without a clue about when we’d ever return as fear, lockdowns and uncertainty swept across the country.
Communities in Baltimore have the ability to directly impact the health and well-being of youth through social intervention. Dr. Adam Milam focuses on characterizing adolescent substance abuse in neighborhoods and developing interventions to reduce adolescent exposure to violence, alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
Congrats on getting through your first full month of the semester! I’ve got some exciting events this weekend where you can find great food, drinks and dancing. There’s a little something for everyone as we head into warmer days.
Computer science (CS) is present all around us. In our increasingly connected world, our digital technologies rely on a foundational understanding of computer science and software engineering; this is the focus of the Hopkins CS major.
Senior Dominick Reyes is no stranger to the spotlight. The weekend of Feb. 26, Reyes won the NCAA Mideast Regional title in the 165-pound weight division for the second consecutive time, securing his bid to the NCAA Division III championships for the third time in his career as a Blue Jay.
Hopkins baseball started off their season with a trio of games this past weekend against the State University of New York College at Cortland, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and North Carolina Wesleyan College. The Blue Jays went 2-1 in the stretch.
The Foreign Affairs Symposium (FAS) hosted career foreign service officer Tony Fernandes to discuss his work on Feb. 23.
On Wednesday, Feb. 16, the first installment of jeen-yuhs, Netflix’s three-part documentary about Kanye West, was released. Titled “act i: VISION,” the film curates an image of the American Dream seen through West’s relentless perseverance to make it in the music industry and his first taste of success.
In a petition, students at the Bloomberg School of Public Health (SPH) have called on its leadership to implement anti-racism and anti-colonialism into the school’s curriculum and reckon with the institution’s own history of racism.
After a month-long vacation and my first break since starting graduate school, I am back from India. Last year passed so quickly, I still cannot believe that I am a graduate student.
Poet and activist Crystal Valentine was featured at an event hosted by the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) on Thursday, Feb. 24 where she discussed Black history through the lens of poetry and her own experiences as part of the Heritage 365 Initiative.
2022 is Zoë Kravitz’s year for playing lead female roles in cinema. While most people are anticipating her appearance in The Batman this March, Kravitz has received a lot of praise for her performance in the new HBO Max thriller Kimi. The movie, which was released on Feb. 10, is set in a dystopian pandemic world where surveillance capitalism is at its peak.
Whether you’re a seasoned vegan or just looking to try a new restaurant, NuVegan Cafe deserves a place on your Baltimore bucket list. Located on St. Paul Street, this newly opened spot makes for a convenient lunch between classes or a casual dinner option.