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What to Do in the Meantime

Photo credit: Michal Ziembicki

The waiting period between now and April is pretty much the worst. I know this well. The last two years I applied, I was waitlisted at a few of my dream schools. 841 more words


Peabody's Aeris Brass Quintet creates some of the most joyous sounds of the Holiday Season.

From WBAL TV in Baltimore, Season to Celebrate—a program capturing the sights and sounds of the holidays and featuring local talent.

“This presentation exemplifies WBAL-TV’s commitment to localism, specifically at a time when our city so desperately needs to move forward,” says Dan Joerres, president and general manager of WBAL-TV. 82 more words


Garry Kasparov Cheated Judit Polgar

At the 1994 Linares Chess tournament World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov “…brought down shame” on himself, and the Royal game, when he cheated GM Judit Polgar by violating the touch move rule. 1,029 more words

Hopkins Podcast On Foreign Affairs - Pilot Episode

Hopkins Podcast On Foreign Affairs – Pilot Episodes

The Johns Hopkins Podcast on Foreign Affairs is a monthly podcast discussing the most pressing issues in international relations. 66 more words

Congratulations to Sunjae Bae, KMD MPH!

For presenting your thesis proposal, today on December 1st at Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health.

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Deadlines, Deadlines, Deadlines

Photo credit: Henrique Simplicio

I’ve developed a complicated relationship with deadlines. On the one hand, I’m super thankful for them. It’s not every day people ask you to write, much less read your work closely and give thoughtful feedback. 449 more words


Transformative Technology At Hopkins Allows Boy With Scoliosis To Live Normal Life

BALTIMORE (WJZ)– A child having to undergo any type of surgery is traumatic. For children with early onset scoliosis, it used to require a surgery every six months to straighten their spine. 340 more words