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The Hopkins Pantry opened its doors to all University affiliates this past week. This program, located in the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA), offers non-perishable food to students, staff and faculty who may be struggling to feed themselves for financial reasons.
The Inter-Asian Council (IAC) hosted a gala for its Immigrants of Hopkins photo campaign on Wednesday in Mudd Atrium. The gala showcased photos and snippets of interviews from student immigrants and students with family members who are immigrants.
For years, first-year residents in the Johns Hopkins’ Osler Medical Residency Training Program have worn short white coats to represent their recent transition from medical school and their commitment to learning. However, first-year residents, beginning with the next cohort in July, will wear white coats that are 12 inches longer, the same style as more experienced residents.
The John Quincy Adams Society, a national student group dedicated to non-interventionism and diplomacy, hosted foreign policy analyst Matthew Duss for their “Saudi Arabia and the U.S.” event hosted on Saturday.
A group of about 10 students staged a demonstration outside of a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) recruiting event at the Career Center in Garland Hall on Tuesday. They partially blocked the entrance to the Career Center for about half an hour before marching out of Garland while condemning the University for inviting CIA representatives to campus.
The Panhellenic Association at Hopkins hosted a panel featuring supporters and defenders of sexual assault survivors on Monday. Students attended to learn about the support resources available at Hopkins for survivors of sexual assault and to understand how to best aid them.
Researchers at Hopkins Medicine will continue a study investigating possible health benefits of alcohol, despite criticisms that arose after a New York Times article reported that the study is funded by alcohol companies.
“New Horizons” and “Thumbs UP for Jessup,” the two tickets campaigning for the Student Government Association (SGA) executive board, discussed their platforms in a debate on Monday.
Jennifer Weiss-Wolf, J.D., gave a talk on her book Periods Gone Public: Taking a Stand for Menstrual Equity, at Hodson Hall on Tuesday evening. Hopkins Feminists and the Diverse Sexuality and Gender Alliance (DSAGA) co-hosted the event.
Activists Abigail Boyer and Bridgette Stumpf gave the keynote address at the second Approaching Gender Violence on Campus Networking Conference on Friday.
Bryan Stevenson, a lawyer and civil rights advocate, will speak at this year’s commencement ceremony, the University announced on Tuesday. He will receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree at the ceremony.
The CEO of Hopkins Medicine and Dean of the Medical Faculty, Dr. Paul Rothman, explored the social determinants of health and the Hospital’s efforts to overcome disparities in medical care at a speaker event hosted by the Osler Medical Symposium this Tuesday in Gilman.
Five months after the University decided to end the Russian major and minor following the Spring 2018 term, the Center for Language Education (CLE) announced that it will be offering restructured Russian courses and hiring a new faculty member.
As part of an event titled, “The Lunchbox Moment,” five Asian-American students shared their personal experiences with discrimination. The student-led event was held on Tuesday in Charles Commons.
At its weekly meeting on Tuesday, the Student Government Association (SGA) voted to fund several organization events. They also discussed a resolution advocating for disability awareness.
Editor’s Note: This piece is an updated version of the previously published piece, “Maryland lawmakers will not support Hopkins police force bill.”
Voice for Choice, a student group advocating for women’s reproductive rights, hosted obstetrician and gynecologist Diane Horvath to give a talk titled “Conversation with an Abortion Provider” on March 29. The event also served as a fundraiser for the Baltimore Abortion Fund, a nonprofit seeking to make abortions more accessible.
After Maryland lawmakers announced that they would not support a bill authorizing Hopkins to create its own police force, Students Against Private Police (SAPP) organized a rally at Garland Hall to celebrate on Tuesday afternoon. SAPP, a coalition of 11 student groups, used the rally to voice opposition to future plans for a Hopkins police force.
Two tickets are campaigning for next year’s Student Government Association (SGA) executive board elections. “New Horizons” and “Thumbs UP for Jessup” will face off in a debate on April 9, and the voting period will begin on April 11.
Government whistleblower and Maryland senatorial candidate Chelsea Manning spoke at the Foreign Affairs Symposium (FAS) on Monday. DeRay Mckesson, a local civil rights activist, moderated the discussion.