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A Charity You Should Know About

Sturge-Weber Syndrome. (SWS)

How many of you know what this syndrome is?

My guess is…not many of you.

At least this was the case for me and my family until my niece Anabelle was born. 829 more words

The Daily Grind

Dear 20-Year-Old Me...

I met a group of college interns on the campus of my alma mater this afternoon. It didn’t take long for me to feel the distance of more than a decade away from campus. 397 more words

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A Twinge Of Regret

I recently returned from a wonderful pediatric conference at Johns Hopkins. In addition to experiencing the joy of learning about new research findings, I also experienced the not-so-joyful “what ifs.” 179 more words


A Housing Voucher That Works

Johns Hopkins recently announced a new report about the Baltimore Mobility Program, a well-structured housing intervention that carries the potential to change the way policymakers think about Section 8 vouchers. 592 more words

Employees Wrap Up 3-Day Strike Outside Johns Hopkins Hospital

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Thousands of employees at Johns Hopkins Hospital are wrapping up their three-day strike. They say they’re making poverty level wages while the hospital thrives and continues to expand. 449 more words


How the sausage is made, or, a glimpse into the inner workings of the Johns Hopkins University Sheridan Libraries

No one could deny that libraries are currently undergoing immense changes: they are redefining, rebranding, and retooling themselves for 21st century demands. I think this is an incredibly exciting time to be involved in libraries, which is why I will be working for the Sheridan Libraries upon my graduation in May. 697 more words

What Really Happens in the Sheridan Libraries?

Anyone who has spent time on Johns Hopkins’ Homewood Campus is familiar with the underground Milton S. Eisenhower Library and the more recent Brody Learning Commons.  837 more words