A Tour of Edgar Allan Poe’s Baltimore: April 14

This guest post is from senior Samantha Smart, who received an Arts Innovation Grant to bring more Hopkins students into contact with one of Baltimore’s most intriguing historical figures, Edgar Allan Poe. Every September, football fans put on their purple jerseys and migrate to M&T Bank Stadium for the National Football League’s Opening Day. Every […]


Cosplay, Games, Fire — It’s JohnCon 2018

Tournaments, a cosplay photo shoot, laser tag, comedy, games — yes, it’s JohnCon 2018 (April 6-8)! JohnCon is the annual convention of JHU’s Science Fiction and Fantasy Association (HopSFA). It’s held from Friday evening to Sunday evening (5:00PM to 5:00PM), with NO stops. (Here are some photos from last year.)  On the schedule (watch for […]


Osler Medical Symposium

Tuesday, April 3, 6:00 p.m., Gilman Hall 50 — The Role of Economics, Equity, and Entrepreneurship in Health and Medicine with Paul Rothman, CEO and Dean of Hopkins Medicine Tuesday, April 17, 6:30 p.m., Gilman Hall 50 —  Promoting Diversity and Inclusion in the Research of Health and Medicine with Arturo Casadevall, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor In 1999, […]


Read It And Eat It 2018 Edible Book Fest

Now is the time to grab a spatula and let out a primal scream for Read It and Eat It, our fourth annual edible book festival, is nigh! Our promotion of literacy and gluttony and whimsy will occur in the Glass Pavilion on Friday, April 6th from 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. Did I mention eating cake? […]


How Can I Share My Article?

Event: Sharing Your Articles: What Can You Really Do?, Wednesday, April 4th, Noon – 1pm in the MSEL Hamburger Room, Q Level. This event is free, but please RSVP. Your article is published. Hurrah! Now you’ll share it with your family, friends, and colleagues. What about ResearchGate, Mendeley, or Academia.edu? What about other places, like your personal website, a department […]


Music Sampling

Can you imagine writing a lyrical review or critical essay about Beyoncé’s music without quoting her words or lyrics? Probably not. You would also probably not think you had to pay her for using those quotes, either. However, if you’re a pop music diva, or anyone else, who wants to quote Madonna or Beyoncé in […]


Ephemera at the World’s Fair

The Winston Tabb Special Collections Research Center is pleased to host “Downfall of the Exhibition: Ephemera and Opposition at the Crystal Palace,” a presentation by Jo Briggs, Associate Curator of 18th- and 19th- Century Art at the Walters Art Museum. Please join us on Wednesday, March 7, 5:15 pm, in the Macksey Room, Brody Learning […]


Happy Spring Festival!

The celebration of spring has started despite the fact that groundhog Phil predicted another six weeks of winter. February 4 (lichun, spring begins), the first of the 24 solar terms in the traditional East Asian lunisolar calendars, marked the beginning of the spring.  This week, many Asians all over the world are celebrating the Chinese New […]