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Senior Art History and Archaeology major Casey lives with hearing loss and tinnitus caused by a traumatic event earlier in her life. During her sophomore year, she decided to book an appointment with the University’s Counseling Center to seek help in coping with her disability.
Since the 2016 presidential election, many have worried that victories and protections for LGBTQ individuals secured under the Obama administration would be repealed. Some of these policies include the legalization of gay marriage, the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell and expanded coverage of federal hate crimes to include attacks based on gender identity and sexual orientation.
The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African-American History and Culture hosted a half-day conference called “Lynching in Maryland: The Journey from Truth to Reconciliation” on Saturday, which explored the history and legacy of lynching in the state.
Kevin Shird, an activist and associate professor at the Hopkins Center for Medical Humanities and Social Medicine, discussed his recently-released book, The Colored Waiting Room, at Barnes & Noble on Thursday, Oct. 4.
The Student Government Association (SGA) debated passing a new bill which proposes to fund a trial period of free personal training sessions at the Homewood Recreation Center at its weekly meeting on Tuesday.
The Hopkins School of Education hosted a panel titled “Transforming State Education Policy: The Money, the Policies, the Politics” to discuss Maryland education policies on Thursday, Sept. 20.
Misti McKeehen joined the University as the new Executive Director of the Center for Social Concern (CSC) in May 2018. As the Executive Director of the CSC, McKeehen will work with all CSC programs, including campaigns such as the President’s Day of Service and HopServe 50. She will also help oversee the student-run community service groups on campus.
What’s Mapnin’, a University-focused marketing startup, released a new map of the Homewood Campus and surrounding neighborhoods on Tuesday, Aug. 28.