Sophomore year has been busy, to say the least. Thursdays are usually full of meetings, class, and research, with a little time for naps and socializing thrown in. Here’s a timeline of everything I did yesterday, October 12 2017. 7:30 … Continue reading
There is nothing more ubiquitous on a college campus than backpacks. The assemblage of outfits that pass through Homewood each day are as diverse as the students who wear them – yet for the most part, they all include backpacks. … Continue reading
It’s hard to believe it’s already been four weeks since I gathered up all my belongings and headed back to Homewood. This semester has definitely been flying by, probably because—at least relative to my previous two and next three semesters—it’s … Continue reading
August 23, 2017
by Kaylee Z.
First, I want to address the blonde. It was a complete accident, and quite the tragedy at first. I went to my usual hairstylist, Jackie, who I had been trusting with my hair (and what feels like my life) for years. … Continue reading
There were many, many reasons why I chose Hopkins, but I still remember the four words spoken during my campus visit that piqued my interest most on that sunny day in late May 2015: No General Education Requirements. Now, I … Continue reading
If there’s one thing that Hopkins certainly doesn’t lack, it’s introductory Math and Physics courses. There are multiple levels of every class from Calculus I to Differential Equations, some focused on biology applications, some on engineering, and some Honors level … Continue reading
Taking classes during the Summer is a great way to get ahead on your credits or explore subjects that you would not otherwise be able to fit into an already-packed schedule. It is also, in my experience, a very not … Continue reading
Summer in Baltimore is in full swing. The temperature pushes 90 by 10am, and the humidity is at a consistent 80%. I grew up in Richmond, Virginia, so I am no stranger to the Mid-Atlantic heat and humidity, and the oppressive … Continue reading
June 19, 2017
by Jenna M.
Almost exactly one month ago, I was finishing my last question on my Introduction to Sustainability final. I quickly checked my answers, gathered my belongings, and rushed to the front of the room to turn in the last piece of … Continue reading
It’s May 10th. Finals are in full swing, and there’s seemingly not a spot to be found in Brody or in the library. Enter the PUC Lab: a 6,000 sq. ft. space located in the Bloomberg Center, the headquarters of … Continue reading