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About a year and a half ago, I had a column in this newspaper called Irrelevant History where I wrote about weird individuals or events from the past. I graduate this semester, so I thought I might revisit this column as my final article for The News-Letter. Out of a delusional sense of self-grandeur or an in ill-advised attempt at closure, this week’s Irrelevant History topic is me.
Last month, Hopkins announced the end of its “Rising to the Challenge” fundraising campaign, which solicited over $6 billion in donations over the past eight and a half years. It seems like this money is going to a lot of good causes like financial aid, hiring new professors and new research projects. The generosity of plutocrats and commoners alike made this possible.
When I was applying to college, my dad told me 山外有山,天外有天 which translates to “there will always be a taller mountain, there is always something higher than the sky.” In other words, there’s always something better out there.
In May 2009, newly-hired University President Ronald J. Daniels delivered a commencement address to the graduating class on Homewood Field.
Students have been talking about getting a student center on campus since at least 2001, and every couple of years, there’s a renewed push to get one. We are in the middle of one of those pushes now as a confluence of University groups and reports — the Student Government Association’s Referendum, the Second Commission on Undergraduate Education (CUE2), and the Task Force on Student Mental Health and Well-being Final Report — have called for the construction of a student center.
Over the past three years, I’ve gotten to learn more about Hopkins than I would have liked.
Hey, Rollin and Sam here, just your friendly neighborhood Editors-in-Chief. As our time wraps up, we decided that it’s apt to reflect on and construct some notion of closure around the job that has consumed our lives for the past year.
Last Friday was Chinese New Year, but I celebrated it on Saturday since I had an essay due on Friday night. I don’t really know how lunar calendars work, but the real meaning behind Chinese New Year isn’t about the moon or even about getting together with family and friends.
I’d like to preface this by saying that I don’t know who Cheat Codes or CADE are. My musical tastes are currently anti-Vietnam War songs and Chinese pop on YouTube autoplay.
My pursuit in journalism began with a romantic pursuit of the editor-in-chief of my high school newspaper.
Members of the Hopkins and Baltimore community joined a demonstration in Charles Village on Sunday evening in response to a recent white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va.
The Hopkins community is mourning the death of Abigail Bastien, a rising sophomore. The Baltimore Police Department (BPD) found her body early in the morning on July 13th and are currently conducting an investigation.