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Jamie Young is a lecturer in the Department of Chemistry. In an interview with The News-Letter, he discussed his path into academia and teaching, including his journey from being a researcher in the U.K. to being a lecturer in the U.S. and creating his own online teaching platform.
The Student Government Association (SGA) held its weekly meeting on Oct. 25 to discuss the Committee on Student Elections (CSE), the Wellbeing Fair Event, SGA’s Communications and Marketing Commission (CMC) and the Cotton Candy Machine Funding Bill.
The Teachers and Researchers United (TRU), an unofficial graduate student union, held a rally for fair wages in Keyser Quad on Oct. 25. Affiliated with United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (UE), TRU kicked off the process to be formally recognized as a union by the University by hosting a union card drive.
The Program in International Studies hosted Vali Nasr to talk about the future of Iran’s nuclear deal on Oct. 25. Nasr is the Majid Khadduri Professor of International Affairs and Middle East Studies at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).
Angel Odukoya is a senior studying Neuroscience. In an interview with The News-Letter, she discussed her passion for neuroscience, her research experience and her advice for underclassmen.
The Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Agora Institute hosted co-authors Jay Van Bavel and Dominic Packer on Oct. 21 to discuss their latest book, The Power of Us: Harnessing Our Shared Identities to Improve Performance, Increase Cooperation, and Promote Social Harmony.
The Milton S. Eisenhower (MSE) Symposium invited Mikey Day as the second speaker of their 2022 “The Road Ahead” series on Oct. 19. Day is a writer and cast member of the late-night variety show, Saturday Night Live (SNL). His talk focused on the ins and outs of his career as an actor and his experiences working on SNL.
The Inter-Asian Council (IAC) hosted a talk with Aruna Miller, the democratic candidate for lieutenant governor of Maryland, on Oct. 18 to discuss her struggles as an Asian American in politics.
The University announced updates to its name change policies in an email to the student body on Oct. 13. Students, faculty and staff will have the opportunity to input their chosen first, middle and last name within almost 40 University systems.
SGA finalizes Public Safety Email
The Hopkins chapter of The Women’s Network (TWN) hosted its first Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) event on Oct. 13 to discuss accessibility in professional spaces. The event’s Zoom panel featured three student speakers who shared their experiences with finding internships and jobs on and off campus.
Inheritance Baltimore hosted a Walk of Remembrance on Oct. 14 to honor the lives and legacies of those who were enslaved on Homewood Campus. The Walk of Remembrance began at the Homewood museum and ended at the Tubman Memorial Garden.
The Student Government Association (SGA) held its weekly general body meeting on Oct. 11 to discuss public safety and the Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) Haunted House Bill.
The University hosted its fourth annual Indigenous People’s Day Pow Wow on Oct. 10. Tribes from Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia and Delaware gathered on Keyser Quad to commemorate Indigenous culture with intertribal music, dances and food.
Fall was in the air last week on Homewood Campus as students participated in the annual Hoptoberfest tradition, organized by The HOP. The student-run event, which began Wednesday, Oct. 5, and culminated in a concert by rapper Desiigner on Saturday night, Oct. 8, featured seasonal activities like a pumpkin patch and an off-campus haunted house trip.
The Program in Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship hosted a panel discussion titled “Living in Prison: Insights from the American Prison Writing Archive” on Oct. 6. The event discussed the research of three Hopkins undergraduates based on the American Prison Writing Archive, a digital collection of over 3,300 essays by incarcerated people.
The Alternative Protein Project at Hopkins (Alt. Protein Project) is a chapter of the Good Food Institute (GFI), a global organization primarily driven by university students interested in alternatives to animal-based food products. At Hopkins, the student group strives to build a community through education, research and entrepreneurship.
Tomisin Longe is a senior studying Anthropology and Psychology. In an interview with The News-Letter, they discussed their journey at Hopkins, including experiences in Professor Anand Pandian’s two-semester course “Development without Displacement: Sustainable Design Practicum.”
In light of recent developments with the Johns Hopkins Police Department (JHPD), the Abell Improvement Association (AIA), the neighborhood improvement association for the Abell community in Charles Village, reflected on the effect of the JHPD on neighboring communities.
According to the 2022–2023 U.S. News & World Report, Hopkins ranked the ninth best value school based on its reduced cost with an average level of financial aid and its academic quality. The University’s financial aid program for undergraduate students is need-based and takes into account the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), the College Board’s College Scholarship Service (CSS) Profile, recent family tax returns and special circumstances.