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Four Hopkins undergraduates overdosed on an opioid substance at a party hosted by The Delta Phi Fraternity on May 7. Delta Phi, also known as St. Elmo Hall or “Elmo’s”, is not recognized by the University and has been suspended by its national chapter.
Gladys Burrell, a cashier in the Fresh Food Café (FFC), will retire at the end of this semester after working at Hopkins for 46 years.
If you’ve been searching for a soundtrack for finals week, look no further. Indie pop artist Elliot Moss has that perfect slow, subdued vibe that is so well suited to all-nighters in Brody when you need some light background music to vibe to.
A flood and subsequent fire displaced residents of Hopkins House, a private apartment building north of Homewood Campus, on Friday, April 14. Tenants, many of whom are Hopkins students, were unable to return to their apartments for up to nine days.
Exiled Russian politician Ilya Ponomarev and his chief of staff Anastasia Popova discussed the current political climate in Russia on Thursday, April 20.
When Disney announced that Beauty and the Beast would feature their first openly gay character, the response on social media was explosive. Many fans were excited to finally see some diversity in a company that has recently come under fire for exclusionary practices.
After a conflict between Hopkins Dining worker Latanya Genius and her temporary manager, students reached out to Hopkins Dining to express dissatisfaction with the manager’s behavior. The manager has since been removed from Nolan’s dining facility.
The Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) interviewed Trent Bertrand, an adjunct professor in the economics department who was suspended in December, as part of an ongoing investigation into claims that he created a “hostile environment” in his classroom. The interview took place on Friday, April 7.
A lot of people think that the issue of queer representation in the media ended in 2004 with Damian from Mean Girls in the same way that many people think the larger battle for gay rights ended with the establishment of marriage equality in 2015.
Public speaker and activist Wagatwe Wanjuki spoke about combating sexual assault and rape culture on college campuses, Tuesday evening in Hodson Hall.
Associate Professor of Sociology Ho-fung Hung discussed China’s future in the Trump era at a talk on Thursday, Mar. 30 in Barnes and Noble. The event was part of a promotion for his book, The China Boom: Why China Will Not Rule the World, published in 2015.
If you haven’t seen Pink Flamingos, please do yourself a favor and take care of that now. Fair warning: It’s by far the most disgusting film ever made, so as long as you aren’t alone and you aren’t sober, you’ll love it.
Acclaimed cartoonist Barry Blitt will give a presentation next Monday entitled “In One Eye and Out the Other” in the Mattin Center.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh vetoed a bill on Friday that would raise the city’s minimum wage to $15 per hour, despite having supported the measure during her mayoral campaign.
Renowned poet, speaker and activist Sonia Sanchez gave a talk on racial and gender discrimination as a part of Women’s History Month. Her lecture was hosted on March 16 by the Office of Gender Equity and co-sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA).
Christopher Morphew, the current executive associate dean for research and innovation at the University of Iowa College of Education, was recently appointed dean of the School of Education at Hopkins.
The African Students Association (ASA) hosted a conversation with Fuambai Sia Ahmadu, a Sierra Leonean-American anthropologist specializing in the study of female genital mutilation (FGM), on Friday, March 10.
Well, it took almost two weeks, but Nicki Minaj finally dropped a response to Remy Ma’s shots in “shETHER” and its somewhat lackluster follow-up “Another One.” And, as expected, Nicki’s new track “No Frauds” is nothing short of phenomenal.
In an age in which rap and hip-hop dominate mainstream airwaves, I probably don’t listen to as much rock music as I should. When I do, it’s normally old ‘60s and ‘70s classics that I remember listening to with my parents. Yet contemporary Scottish alt-rock band Biffy Clyro has a special place in my heart.