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The sixth installment of Sweetlife, a pseudo-hipster, outdoor music and food festival held at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Md., packed the weekend with some of music’s most popular performers, but this year’s expanded lineup and largely teenage audience spoiled the festival’s entertainment potential.
Need a little background music while you buckle down and start studying for finals? Here are some chill songs to check out:
If you’re staying in Baltimore this summer, you’re in luck – there are so many awesome bands coming to town. There’s also a few fantastic festivals to look out for. Here’s our summer concert picks:
Indie-folk group The Last Bison showed no signs of fatigue as they ended their nine-week, cross-country tour at Washington D.C.’s U Street Music Hall on Saturday night and led the audience in an ecstatic, sweaty Americana dance party.
Vice Provost for Student Affairs Kevin G. Shollenberger announced via email on Monday that the suspension of Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) will continue through the end of this year due to the fraternity’s violations of the Student Code of Conduct.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will look into whether the University breached the Animal Welfare Act after multiple citations of accidental animal deaths in research labs, including a rabbit that died from asphyxiation in a cage-washing machine and two monkeys that were strangled by chains in their cage.
A Jan. 7 robbery at the 7-11 convenience store next to the Homewood Apartments and a Jan. 14 armed robbery at the Subway restaurant on the corner of St. Paul and 33rd Streets have prompted Campus Security to increase its presence, according to Acting Assistant Director George Kibler.
To counteract decreases in the value of the University’s federal research funding, University President Ronald J. Daniels and several other administrators have launched the Discovery and Catalyst Awards to help jump-start innovative and creative research endeavors.
Two Reisterstown, Md. men have been arrested and charged with 14 offenses, including first- and second-degree rape, against a 16-year-old girl inside the Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) fraternity house on Nov. 2, according to the Baltimore Police Department (BPD).
The Society for Neuroscience (SfN) awarded Michela Gallagher, the Krieger-Eisenhower Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, with the Mika Salpeter Lifetime Achievement Award at its annual Neuroscience conference in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday.
After a moratorium on all social events held in the 12 Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC) chapter houses, the University announced via JHBroadcast on Friday that the IFC’s interim plan, which allows invite-only events and requires the presence of sober party monitors, will go into effect immediately.
In response to the University’s moratorium on all social events in Inter-Fraternity Council (IFC) fraternity houses last week, which was lifted after the administration and the IFC created an “implementation plan” to ensure safety at future parties, many students have expressed concern over the administration’s perceived lack of transparency and over the decision to act without consulting students. Additional points of contention include the moratorium’s limitation to just IFC fraternities and its extension to fraternities with clean disciplinary records.
Yangkai “Kane” Li, 20, tragically passed away last Wednesday. A native of Guangzhou, China, Li had just declared a major in physics, was a member of the Johns Hopkins Society of Physics Students and was preparing to start research.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital unveiled the renovated Nelson/Harvey buildings, which include 136 new private patient rooms and sleeping accommodations and respite areas for patients’ family members, at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday.
A controversial “JHU Disorientation Guide” was anonymously released online on Wednesday, sparking an uproar on social media among undergraduate students.
University President Ronald J. Daniels admitted in an email to the Hopkins community Wednesday evening that his administration responded inappropriately to an alleged sexual assault at the Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE) fraternity house in March of 2013.
In conjunction with the University’s efforts to curb student alcohol abuse, the Center for Health Education and Wellness (CHEW) and the Office of Residential Life have teamed up to introduce the Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS) program.
U.S. News and World Report ranked Hopkins as the 12th best national university for the second consecutive year.
President Ronald J. Daniels announced in an email on Aug. 19 that the University will begin working to curb student alcohol abuse in response to Maryland College Alcohol Survey results published in July.