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April 11, 2021

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Christofferson, Rosenblatt to share MSE position

Last week, four juniors were selected to chair the 2013 Milton S. Eisenhower (MSE) Symposium, the University’s annual autumn lecture series. Aidan O.H.W. Christofferson, Francesca Pinelli, Elias Rosenblatt and Aaron Tessler have been elected to take the reins from previous chairs Chris Alvarez, Corey Rogoff and Eva Smith.


Bloomberg pledges $350 million to University

Mayor of New York City and Hopkins alumnus Michael R. Bloomberg has committed $350 million to the University in an effort to stimulate innovation and interdisciplinary work. Bloomberg’s commitment brings his lifetime giving to the University up to $1.118 billion; he has entrenched himself as a generous donor in the 49 years since his graduation.


Junior class opens party to all students

The Student Government Association (SGA) opened up the Junior Class’ “JHU I Love the 90s” theme party to all Hopkins students yesterday due to concerns that the event would not attract enough participants.






Maccini to retire at end of year

Louis Maccini, a professor of Economics at Hopkins since 1969, will be leaving Hopkins at the end of this semester. He received a standing ovation at the end of his last ever lecture, Macroeconomic Theory, yesterday. Maccini will be officially retiring at the end of the academic year, but he will be on leave for his last semester.


SGA discusses Division I upgrades

At the Student Government Association (SGA) meeting on Tuesday, the group outlined the last two weeks before winter break and new ideas for the spring semester, in addition to discussing the potential implications of adding more NCAA Division I athletic teams.


Search ongoing for Minor’s successor

Hopkins continues to search for a 14th Provost to replace Interim Provost Dr. Jonathan A. Bagger. Hopkins formed a search committee to identify candidates for the Provost position. However, no public announcements have yet been made as to the progress of the committee, nor have any potential candidates for the position been publicized.


Group aims at clean energy alternatives

Students for Environmental Action (SEA) held an interest meeting last night to show support for and begin work with Refuel Our Future, a fossil fuels divestment campaign started earlier this year by graduate students at the Bloomberg School of Public Health.





SGA drafts plan for next two semesters

At the Student Government Association (SGA) meeting on Tuesday, the group focused on spring events, including a new bill detailing Project Chi —an outdoor festival in the spring semester—and the HOP’s decision to allocate all of its money from the cancelled Neon Trees concert to Spring Fair.


Aronson appointed to lead trustees

Jeffrey H. Aronson, a Hopkins graduate and the parent of two current undergraduate students, was chosen to replace Pamela P. Flaherty as the chair of the Hopkins Board of Trustees.



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