The above email found my inbox on March 30th. The week prior, all freshmen were buzzing about the sophomore housing lottery—would we get a good timeslot? Do we prefer the full apartments of Homewood/Bradford or the suites of Charles Commons? … Continue reading
What’s in my room? The question is as much metaphysical as it is physical. Sure, the answer could simply pertain to discreet objects. A chair, a desk, a bed, – a dresser and some posters. But certainly, there’s more that … Continue reading
November 18, 2016
by Jack G.
This is a continuation from a previous post. Part I dealt with the furniture in the room, and can be found here. Part II deals with room layouts, floor plans, and amenities. Unlike in Part I, I can begin this blog … Continue reading
Many people say Hopkins is their second home, but when they say that, what they really mean is that Brody Learning Commons is their second home. This isn’t just because the average student spends egregious amounts of time studying in … Continue reading
October 27, 2016
by Jack G.
If you’re anything like me, prospective student, you like to have a plan. From having the general structure of your fall schedule planned out in March, to wanting to know exactly what public transportation you need to take to get … Continue reading
October 25, 2016
by Jonah K.
College can seem like a foreign and strange environment to a lot of first-year students – especially when it comes to residential life. With that in mind, the lovely people of the Hopkins’ Residential Advisory Board do their very best … Continue reading
October 3, 2016
by Lauren P.
Two weeks ago, I had one of the strangest experiences of my life. I was eating lunch with friends at the FFC. Sometime in our conversation, and after multiple bowls of ice cream, someone asked if I was going back … Continue reading