How’s the New Home?

According to a 2012 Gallup World Poll, about 13% of the world’s adults – hundreds of millions of people – say they would like to leave their country permanently. At Hopkins, many of our students, as well as staff and faculty, are part of the globe-trotting movement. For instance, according to the Johns Hopkins University […]

Earth Day in the Library

Just over a month has passed since we celebrated Earth Day. In case you didn’t hear, this year’s campus festivities brought some well-deserved attention to Eisenhower Library, as we received the “Above and Beyond” award! This award recognizes the department that has demonstrated the strongest commitment to campus sustainability efforts. We believe that Earth Day […]

Art Comes to the Library

“The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.” – Aristotle What better to represent this Mobius-strip mind-bend blurring of our inner and outer worlds than an exhibit entitled “Back to Earth: Preparing a Voyage to Mars,” an exciting new installation coming to MSEL’s Q-level. It combines […]

Green Reprieve

Happy Fall Semester! The lazy days of summer are over, and we’re careening forward into the exciting pace of autumn. As the days fill with school, work, socializing, and pumpkin-flavored everything, it’s easy to let autumn enthusiasm slide into over-booking yourself. Don’t forget to build in time to decompress! Your health, focus, and energy levels […]