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May 26, 2020

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CosmoGirl! honors JHU students

Three Hopkins seniors debuted in the December/January issue of the national magazine Cosmo Girl! as one of the top ten recipients of the CosmoGirl! of the Year Award. Lily Daniali, Solmaz Pirzadeh and Tannaz Rasouli were recognized for their work in the student-run organization Project Prevent.



Movies take on the Internet

Fast-developing online technologies are rapidly reshaping the lives of today's consumers. From reading daily newspapers to shopping for groceries and fancy clothes from a store located across the nation, the use of the Internet has made many things incredibly simple by just a few mouse clicks.


Thanksgiving a la Johns Hopkins University

A week from today, many of us will be among family and friends, celebrating all for which we are grateful by consuming the annual Thanksgiving Feast. And in the spirit of this great American holiday, I would like to share with you some of the many things that deserve my gratitude.



GOP ascends, Bush 'misunderestimated'

Several weeks ago, after George Bush's Sept. 12 speech before the United Nations, I wrote in these pages that though he is widely mocked, the president always seems to have the last laugh. Surely he let out a satisfied chuckle or two on Election night, when he became only the third president in 100 years to gain seats in both houses of Congress in the middle of his first term. Reportedly he lit a cigar as it became clear that Republicans had won control of the Senate.


Leonid meteor shower brings out students

Ask any crew member and they'll tell you what waking up at 5:00 a.m. is like. The alarm rings and you start to cringe. It's dark, cold and going back to bed is the only thing you can think of. But Tuesday's Leonid meteor shower displayed some of the best skyborne theatrics the earth will see in the next 96 years.


Movies take on the Internet

Fast-developing online technologies are rapidly reshaping the lives of today's consumers. From reading daily newspapers to shopping for groceries and fancy clothes from a store located across the nation, the use of the Internet has made many things incredibly simple by just a few mouse clicks.













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