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July 3, 2022

News & Features



Two doctors named Gilman Scholars

Last Wednesday President Ron Daniels sent an email to the University community announcing the appointment of Peter Pronovost and Jeremy Nathans as Hopkins’s newest Gilman Scholars.


VFL activity in line with harassment policy limits

The Office of Institutional Equity (OIE) has determined that the Voice for Life’s proposed “sidewalk counseling” activities are not in violation of the University policy on harassment, contrary to the SGA Executive Board’s decision.



Program targets campus sexual assault

This week, Office of the Dean of Student Life and the Counseling Center introduced a new SafeLine program on campus to assist students affected by sexual assault or unsafe relationships. The SafeLine went live on Tuesday and is staffed by professionals in the Counseling Center.


Theta will return to campus in fall 2013

Kappa Alpha Theta (Theta) will join the Panhellenic Council next academic year as the fifth sorority on campus, four years after University officials revoked the sorority’s charter at Hopkins following a series of disciplinary infractions.


Santorum replaces Cheney in FAS lineup

Former Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum will be the next featured speaker in the lineup for the Foreign Affair Symposium's due to Liz Cheney’s cancellation for personal reasons.



Students to lead 27-hour demonstration

The human trafficking awareness event series, “Not on My Block,” will be taking place at Hopkins in the upcoming weeks. The focus of the events will be to educate students on the realities of human trafficking. The series is being hosted by The Hopkins InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (HCF), Students Educating and Empowering for Diversity (SEED) and Amnesty International USA.


Class charged with marketing Honda

Hopkins’s Global Blue Strategies, an advertising class that has transformed into a full-service marketing agency, was selected as one of 20 universities to partake in the Honda Civic Marketing Challenge. The class has been working to create an advertising campaign for the 2013 Honda Civic Sedan entitled Recreate a Classic.





Campbell addresses domestic violence

Jacquelyn Campbell, School of Nursing professor, nationally acclaimed domestic violence researcher and advocate for abused women, spoke last night before a small crowd at Mason Hall on her work over the years and life experience as a woman in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) field.


Potbelly adds to area food options

On Tuesday, Potbelly Sandwich Shop held the grand opening of its St. Paul Street location. Construction of the new site has been underway since the early weeks of winter.



Alumnus leads FGCU into uncharted waters of Sweet 16

In what has become one of the most exciting stories of this year’s NCAA Division I Basketball Tournament, Hopkins alumnus and Florida Gulf Coast University head coach Andy Enfield has moved into the national spotlight. Enfield was the first recruit of Bill Nelson, current head coach of the Hopkins basketball team, and still keeps in touch.




Final JStreet U event addresses Israel’s borders

JStreet U, a national student-lead organization that promotes a two-state solution between Israel and Palestine through the leadership of the United States, hosted the final event of its four part symposium called “Is Peace Possible?” on Tuesday, March 12.


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