One of my favorite activities to do when I get some free time at good ol’ Johnny Hop is going to the Rec Center and playing basketball with my friends. It’s a great way to just relax and have fun, … Continue reading
December 14, 2016
by Katie D.
What does home mean? Home for college students is something that we are waiting to go to over winter break. It’s a certain feeling of comfort that is unmatched by anything else. There’s a feeling of belonging at home that … Continue reading
December 8, 2016
by Jonah K.
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The quad was lit. As I emerged from the fog of a multi-hour study session in the library and into the smoke of hundreds of sparklers, I stopped for a moment to take in the sights, noises, and smells of … Continue reading
1. The Baltimore food scene Well I wrote over a thousand words on food in Baltimore for my last blog, so for specifics head there. But the amazing diversity of flavors in Baltimore can keep you exploring for years, or … 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
Baltimore is for food lovers. There is an unprecedented, beautiful variety of cuisine that can be sought out in this city. Baltimore is a quirky place. It’s filled with these niches of the odd and the peculiar. And, at the … Continue reading
During orientation week, we were told that “breaking the Hopkins bubble” was of the utmost importance. This meant that we were supposed to venture beyond the comforts of campus and actually experience all that Baltimore has to offer. Over the … Continue reading
This was originally going to be a post about how to avoid stress at Hopkins, but considering the events of the past few days, I thought I’d adapt it into a list of things that we, the Hopkins community, can … Continue reading
October 28, 2016
by Varun K.
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The Big Apple…The City that Never Sleeps…NEW YORK CITY…As a West Coaster who’s spent all 18 years of his life in the cozy, rainy confines of Seattle, getting the chance to go to New York with my floor mates during … Continue reading
October 14, 2016
by Alyssa W.
As a recent high school graduate, I’d say I’m well-suited to reflect on the differences between high school and college. During senior year, I tried to find out everything I could about college life so that I’d be ready once I … Continue reading