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
I’m leaving for the summer in exactly one week. By 12 pm next Friday, I will have packed up my things, cleaned out my drawers and cabinets, and left Wolman Hall for the last time. Never to sleep in my … Continue reading
April 30, 2017
by Jack G.
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Somehow, April is going to be over in 45 minutes. This semester has certainly gone by quickly. Like many of my peers, I eagerly await the coming Summer break (15 days away—I’m counting!). No, I’m not discontent with my classes … Continue reading
Time is a funny thing. Each day is a new day, a full day ahead of you, yet somehow weeks fly by and months fly by and suddenly, you’re in the second semester of college when you swear you’ve barely made … Continue reading
For some reason, this particular week has gone by incredibly fast. Maybe its from a general lack of sleep (though self, not school inflicted), or a general lack of homework or exams as the semester winds to a close. This … Continue reading
You might not expect this from a Johns Hopkins student, but I do in fact have free time. The nerd that I am, a lot of this free time is still spent learning about things—but watching a YouTube video is … Continue reading