News & Features

Students demand more accessible menstrual products

March 28, 2019

While menstruation is a normal and regular bodily process, restrooms on the Homewood Campus do not provide menstrual products — a necessity for around half the population. To address this, juniors Chanel Lee and Bridget Chen founded the student group Wings to bring free and accessible menstrual products to campus.

Lee and Chen are working to bring free menstrual health products to Homewood campus.

J-Cards are accessible on students’ cell phones

March 28, 2019

The University announced on Thursday that it will offer students the option to add their campus identification cards, J-Cards, to their Apple Wallet. Students can now use their iPhones or Androids in any instance where they would traditionally use their J-Card.

Hopkins hosts dialogue on mental health for women of color

March 28, 2019

The Office of Women and Gender Resources, Office of Multicultural Affairs and Alumni Relations co-hosted the second annual “Voices of Color: A Dialogue with Hopkins Women” event on Wednesday. While last year’s participants engaged in a general discussion between women, alumni and students of color, this year’s theme focused specifically on mental health. 

The Voices of Color event focused on mental health and wellness.

Maryland legislators voted to make amendments to the police force bill.

Legislators further amend private police force bill

March 28, 2019

The Judiciary Committee of the Maryland House of Delegates voted 13-8 to approve legislation that would authorize Hopkins to create a private police force. Committee members advanced the bill on Thursday, March 21 after passing several amendments to the legislation.

Conference explores threats to liberal democracy

March 28, 2019

The Renew Democracy Initiative and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Agora Institute co-hosted Reawakening the Spirit of Democracy, a conference which aimed to analyze threats to liberal democracy and propose solutions. 


Baltimore entrepreneurs and social innovators gathered at the conference

Embrace Baltimore Conference explores income inequality in schools

March 28, 2019

Baltimore entrepreneurs and social innovators came to the Carey Business School on Saturday to present their work to students and community members at the 2019 Net Impact Conference: Embrace Baltimore. Speakers included Elizabeth Nix, an associate professor in the division of Legal, Ethical and Historical Studies at the University of Baltimore, and Rhonda Richetta, a principal at City Springs Elementary/Middle School. The Carey Net Impact chapter hosted the conference.

How does Hopkins assist food-insecure students?

March 28, 2019

Hopkins Dining announced that starting this semester, dining halls will provide expanded options during spring, fall and Thanksgiving breaks in an effort to support both food-insecure students and those staying in Baltimore over breaks. Eventually, the University plans on providing dining options during all breaks when residence halls are open. 

Hopkins dining announced that there will be more food options over breaks.

SGA discusses new logo, revised voting system

April 9, 2019

Student Government Association (SGA) members discussed the new student center task force at their weekly meeting on Tuesday. They also passed an amendment to the Committee on Student Elections (CSE) constitution that will change the vote counting system for future SGA elections.


Construction on Saint Paul Street begins this week

March 28, 2019

University officials announced in a schoolwide email on Monday that construction will begin this week on the two blocks of St. Paul Street between 31st and 33rd Street. They expect that the construction, referred to as the Charles Village Streetscape project, will be completed by December 2019. 

Scholars explore religion and art in Baltimore

March 28, 2019

Humanities in the Village, an ongoing series of workshops at Bird in Hand, hosted a discussion titled “Religion and Inequality in Baltimore” on Monday. Harold Morales, an associate professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Morgan State University led the discussion. He was joined by Amy Landau, the former director of Curatorial Affairs and Curator of Islamic, South and Southeast Asian art at the Walters Art Museum.

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Students elect new SGA executive board

March 27, 2019

The Committee on Student Elections (CSE) announced on Tuesday the results of the Student Government Association (SGA) executive board elections. Three out of four members of the Hop Forward ticket and one member of the Change ticket won seats, beating out the other candidates. 

SGA passes bill to protect Mattin Center activities

March 14, 2019

The Student Government Association (SGA) voted on several new resolutions at their weekly meeting on Tuesday. Among the resolutions passed were the Fusion Food Festival Funding Bill; the One Love Funding Bill; the Wellness Week Funding Bill; and the Interim Facilities Resolution. Another bill, the Campus Idling Resolution, was discussed and then tabled for a future meeting.