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The Foreign Affairs Symposium (FAS) released their 2016 speaker lineup Sunday. This year’s theme, Architects of the Future, was announced on Wednesday, Jan. 27. The symposium’s headline speaker is Edward Snowden, who will speak via virtual discussion on Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 8 p.m. in Shriver Hall.
The Student Government Association (SGA) had its first meeting of the semester Sunday night to make-up for the time missed from the snow day. SGA also met on Tuesday, where John Hughes, president of Hopkins’ Active Minds chapter, presented a proposal for an upcoming event.
Voters cast their ballots in the Iowa Caucuses on Monday, awarding the first win of the party primaries for the 2016 U.S. Presidential election to Republican candidate Senator Ted Cruz (TX) and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, the former Secretary of State and senator from New York. The caucuses held a few unexpected turns, and promised Americans one thing: It’s going to be close.
Winter storm Jonas blew through the Homewood Campus on Jan. 22-25, leaving upwards of 30 inches of snow in its path.
The University released a report on Jan. 22 detailing the findings from a University-wide sexual assault survey, titled “It’s On Us Hopkins.”
According to the results of a national survey of over 1,500 undergraduates, students of color are less likely to feel academically or emotionally prepared than their white counterparts, more likely to say that college is not meeting their expectations, and less likely to ask for help when experiencing mental distress.
Donna’s, a staple of Charles Village for 18 years, closed its doors on Sunday. The upscale café on the corner of St. Paul and 31st Streets had been experiencing a dip in business, according to co-owner Alan Hirsch.
For some, Intersession is a time to spend at home with family. For others, it’s is a time to take classes like “Beer History and Appreciation” or a four-day B’More class.
The University officially banned hoverboards from residential buildings in an email sent to the student body on Jan. 20 from Tracey Angel, director of Housing and Operations.
Baltimore Police Department (BPD) Officer William Porter cannot be compelled to testify against three of his fellow officers implicated in the death of Freddie Gray.
Lester Spence, an associate professor of political science, introduced his new book, Knocking the Hustle: Against the Neoliberal Turn in Black Politics at Red Emma’s, a local café and bookstore, on Jan. 14.
This semester, the Student Government Association (SGA) plans to centralize its efforts on the issues of sexual violence and mental health.
PHOTOS: Campus before and after the blizzard
The Student Government Association (SGA) hosted “Thirty Minutes of Thanks” on Monday, during which students could express their appreciation to Hopkins staff for their efforts in accommodating students during Baltimore’s record snowstorm..
Carma’s Cafe, located on 32nd Street between N. Charles and St. Paul Streets, was established by owners Carma Halterman and Michael Lynch in the winter of 2004 and has since been serving residents of Charles Village and Hopkins students.
Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures (JHTV) is a University organization that provides funding and support for undergraduate entrepreneurs. This semester will mark the second year of one of JHTV’s programs, The Ralph S. O’Connor Undergraduate Entrepreneurship Fund.
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