360 Degrees of Homewood

Rachel Reed '14 captures the sunset on the Homewood campus. See more photos at http://www.flickr.com/photos/hopkins-interactive.

Hi everyone!

First, let me apologize for the delay in our posts. We’ve been reading, reading, reading all of your fantastic applications and planning, planning, planning our admitted student events and spring travel programs. Winter is a very busy time here in the office.You can be sure we’ll have more application-related info and travel plans available for you soon.

Speaking of winter–if it’s too chilly to venture out to Baltimore for a visit to our Homewood campus (although today it’s a very manageable 50 degrees), check out our newest video:  http://www.gopano.com/video/MTM0NjU. It’s our first 360-degree video tour of campus! You’ll see some snow on the ground because it was filmed a few weeks ago. This is definitely the best way to get a tour if you can’t come for the real thing. This video is student produced and your guide, Ian, is a veteran tour guide who has lots of great information about Homewood for you in a full-length campus tour. The best part? As he’s talking, you can use your mouse to pan the camera around to get a good look at campus just like you could if you were really here.

You can see all of our videos–all written, produced, and edited by our students!–here: http://www.youtube.com/hopkinsvideoblog.

Enjoy…and we’ll be writing to you soon!

Rachel Reed '14 captures the sunset on the Homewood campus. See more photos at http://www.flickr.com/photos/hopkins-interactive.
Rachel Reed '14 captures the sunset on the Homewood campus. See more photos at http://www.flickr.com/photos/hopkins-interactive.