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Lambda Epsilon Mu (LEM), the Latino pre-health honor society at Hopkins, organized a Health Professionals Roundtable on Tuesday, Oct. 24. The event took place in Charles Commons and featured four health professionals from underrepresented backgrounds: Dr. Lisa DeCamp, Dr. David Benavides, Sarahi Juarez and Alexandre Medina.
In the past few weeks, there have been a lot of very controversial articles in The News-Letter. When something in this newspaper is controversial, it’s very easy to tell. The article rapidly moves to the top of our most read and recent comment lists. When it’s shared on Facebook, there are over 20 comments with even more replies. There are Twitter rants where the article is shared and talked about.
There’s a soundtrack to my living room and it’s Friends. My roommates and I will drop everything (sometimes literally) when those four claps in the theme song come on, and we’ll clap along with it. If you’re a guest, it’s understood that you clap too.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA), which provides resources and support for underrepresented communities at Hopkins. It oversees a number of programs that aim to connect students with one another and help them navigate college life.
The Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded on Tuesday, Oct. 8 for the discovery of gravitational waves.
An aunty will tell you that you should eat less while simultaneously being emotionally wounded if you say no when she offers you food.
After passing a resolution calling for smoking cessation resources at Hopkins last week, the Student Government Association (SGA) debated on a campus-wide smoking ban at its weekly meeting this Tuesday. The meeting was followed by a public input session during which Hopkins community members offered feedback on a potential smoking ban.
The Hopkins volleyball team extended their winning streak to 12 games this past Saturday in Haverford, Pa., with three-set victories over both Haverford College and Arcadia University.
The University’s Office of Student Leadership and Involvement (SLI) announced that they will not accept new performing arts and local community service groups this year.
"I’m triggered.” You hear it everywhere these days: from people walking out of an exam, from an upperclassman walking into the FFC, or from your friends when you remind them about that one stupid drunk night.
After summer renovations, the University reopened Nolan’s on 33rd as a buffet-style dining facility on August 27. Previously, Nolan’s offered an à-la-carte selection, where students could choose from several dining stations.
There are three types of freshmen who enter Hopkins.
Well, it’s finally here. I am officially halfway through my time at Hopkins, as much as I would love to scream “LALALALA” at anyone who dares to bring it up.
If you’re reading this, know before you even start, that you are about to learn one of my best-kept secrets. If you already knew this, know that this means I trust you beyond belief. If I already told you this, know that you mean the world to me. You listened, and you didn’t treat me any differently because of this. If you didn’t know, all I can hope for is that this doesn’t change the way you see me. I’m throwing it out in the open.
Over spring break, my cousin got married. It was terrifying, really, because I’m at the point in my life where people come up to me at the wedding and go, “You’re next,” in their singsong old-people voices and smirk at me while I shove food into my face so I don’t have to respond.
I got very sick a few weeks ago. Understandably, my friends would sit one seat away from me in class because I was phlegmy and gross, and none of them could afford to catch whatever my bug from hell was. But for some reason, I found myself growing increasingly upset every time this happened.
Around this time last year, I attended my first sports game at Hopkins, a baseball game. I had friends on the baseball team who had been encouraging me to come to a game for weeks. It just never ended up happening because I’d always find some excuse.
My roommates and I get into daily, 20-minute long arguments about who’s going to undertake the great exertion of grabbing the TV remote to tell Netflix we’re still watching. I had never camped before or even hiked, but there I was about to do the whole peeing in bushes and not showering thing for five whole days. Needless to say, I was completely and utterly unprepared for the insanity that was about to descend on me.
Every Thursday afternoon, the old newspapers in their stacks all around campus vanish and new ones appear like magic. What you don’t know is what happens the night before. For the Chiefs, Managing Editors, News & Features Editors and the all-important Copy Editors (disclaimer: one of them is me), Wednesday nights are a different world.