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Epidemiological clinical studies have shown that females are especially vulnerable to drug addiction and relapse. More specifically, females are more likely to transition to addiction soon after their first drug use and relapse, and they have greater cue-induced cravings for drugs.
LGBTQ Life and the Diverse Sexuality and Gender Alliance (DSAGA) held a dinner to celebrate their second Show Your Love visibility campaign on Valentine’s Day.
Paul Higgins, the director of the American Meteorological Society’s (AMS) Policy Program, gave a talk on Feb. 7 titled “Climate Change As a Public Issue: The Role of Science in Policy” as a part of the Randolph Bromery Spring 2019 Seminar Series.
In a study published in the Journal of Pediatric Psychology, Brian Earp and his colleagues found that the perceived gender of a child influences an adult’s evaluation of that child’s pain.
I spent my Sunday afternoon browsing the stalls at the Nevermore: A Baltimore Inspired Valentine’s Market at the R. House Garage on Feb. 10.
Stephen Janis and Taya Graham, two journalists from The Real News Network (TRNN), discussed their WYPR podcast “Truth and Reconciliation” and policing in Baltimore on Wednesday in Charles Commons. The event was co-sponsored by the Digital Media Center (DMC), The News-Letter and WYPR.
“Hear Our Stories: Celebrating Black Victim-Survivors,” an event focused on supporting black women and non-binary people affected by sexual violence, took place at The Motor House on Thursday, Jan. 31. The event was hosted by FORCE, a Baltimore nonprofit that aims to shift the narrative surrounding sexual violence through different forms of advocacy.
This article is part of our special issue on policing.
The student-run organization, TEDxJHU, held its annual fall salon event on Wednesday. The event, titled “Postscript” featured three student speakers.
In Sua Myong’s lab, proteins dance.
2020 Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang held a rally at R. House on Nov. 15. Yang introduced himself as a serial entrepreneur and a problem solver. In 2011, he founded Venture for America (VFA), a nonprofit organization that trains fellows to build start-up companies in cities across the country.
An exhibit celebrating 125 years since the establishment of the Hopkins School of Medicine has been on display on Q-level of the Milton S. Eisenhower (MSE) library since Oct. 31 and will remain up until March 18, 2019.
On Nov. 10 I had the opportunity to attend a Vegan Cooking Demo Extravaganza.
Out of 25 of the most popular fast-food burger chains, 23 received an F grade from Chain Reaction, an annual review on the antibiotic-use policies in the beef preparation.
How can you use civil engineering to solve societal issues?
Actress and comedian Jessica Williams addressed a packed auditorium in Hodson Hall on Friday as a part of the Milton S. Eisenhower (MSE) Symposium speaker series.
The Willard Hackerman Map Collection is currently on display in the George Peabody Library and will remain open to the public until March 16.
Organización Latina Estudiantil (OLÉ) and the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) held the LatinX Heritage Celebratory Keynote Address on Tuesday.
Medical researchers have determined a strategy that treats the latent reservoir in cells infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), potentially dismantling one of the barriers to finding a cure for the virus.
The Baltimore-based art activist group, FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture, brought the Monument Quilt to campus on Wednesday. The Quilt serves as a public display of solidarity with survivors of sexual violence and their allies.