Class of 2020 Blog

Posts from the Johns Hopkins Class of 2020


September 25, 2017
by Kaylee Z.
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It’s About the Little Things

Sometimes, when you work so hard to achieve something, after you finally attain it, the achievement doesn’t feel that big or great anymore. It simply becomes a part of your regular life. That’s kind of how sophomore year started for … Continue reading

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September 25, 2017
by Jack G.
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A Bit of a Breather

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


July 21, 2017
by Jack G.
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Guide to Intro Math and Physics

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


July 10, 2017
by Kaylee Z.

On Self-Love (Even When You Aren’t Sure Who You Are)

Self-love was never something I felt like I actually needed to actively work on. I mean, I genuinely liked myself. Wasn’t that enough? When I got to Hopkins, I was filled with the utmost pride to be going to my … Continue reading

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June 15, 2017
by Katie D.
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Losing someone and trying to learn from it

I always expected summer break to be different. I pictured myself running through some magical, flowery field after being set free from finals. I expected to finally have the time to reconnect with friends after the long semester that made … Continue reading