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At a January event organized by Iowans for Tax Relief, Tea Party leader Michele Bachmann (R-MN) made an interesting claim about American history. “We know there was slavery that was still tolerated when the nation began. We know that it was an evil, and a scourge, and a blot, and a stain upon our history,” she said, truthfully. But she continued, “But we also know that the very founders who wrote those documents worked tirelessly until slavery was no more in the United States and I think it is high time we recognize the contribution of our forebearers who worked tirelessly; men like John Quincy Adams who would not rest until slavery was extinguished in the country.”
This is the second part of an interview The News-Letter held with University President Ronald Daniels
This summer, the East Baltimore Development Initiative (EBDI) will co-host the Freedom School Initiative, a new middle school summer literacy program.
The Maryland State Legislature is considering a bill that would allow students at private colleges and universities, with state funding, to sue their school if free speech rights are violated.
The City of Baltimore recently installed two new acoustic gun detection systems in East Baltimore.
In light of the ongoing urban revitalization project in Middle East Baltimore by East Baltimore Development Inc. (EBDI), in which Hopkins is heavily involved, and recent news from the community, The News-Letter sat down to talk with Professor Melanie Shell-Weiss.
Violations of the Neighborhood Nuisance ordinance have resulted in arrest, confusion and controversy for Hopkins students living in Charles Village.
Hopkins junior Tyler Smith has been in politics since the age of five - he spent his formative toddler years sealing and stamping envelopes for the current mayor of Seattle Greg Nichols.
In the wake of the recent closure of the Save Middle East Action Committee (SMEAC), some residents in the Middle East Baltimore area that the organization served are embittered.
While Hopkins has implemented several drastic measures in order to keep its budget balanced through the continuing economic recession, its endowment has begun performing better than originally predicted, allowing the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences to lift the hiring freeze.
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On Tuesday, in Charles Commons, the College Democrats along with the College Republicans, JHU Politik and the Public Health Student Forum hosted a panel on Health Care Reform featuring Professors Adam Sheingate, Donald Steinwachs, and Bradly Herring.
A panel of recent Hopkins graduates now working in the field of marketing spoke to members of the Hopkins community on Monday at an event hosted by the brand new Hopkins chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA).
Local residents are upset with how Hopkins is planning to significantly expand its Montgomery County Campus.
Forget Indiana Jones - Hopkins has an exciting adventurer of it's own.
The East Baltimore Development Initiative, (EBDI) has made significant progress, but it has also generated some resentment in the community it is redeveloping.
The Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Option, a portion of the College Cost Reduction and Access Act (CCRAA) of 2007, went into effect this summer.
When the East Baltimore Community School reopened on Aug. 31, with a little under 200 students enrolled, some spoke positively of the school, but there has been controversy surrounding its inception.
While colleges across the country have been accused of grade inflation, professors and administrators at Hopkins disagree about whether or not the University's grading policies have followed the same trend.
The Chronicle of Higher Education ranked Hopkins 27th in patent licensing income earned during fiscal year 2007 among all private and state universities.