A week ago an email popped up in my inbox advertising a student of color outreach day for the Georgetown Law Center. I jumped at the opportunity, not only because I law school is what I see myself doing in … Continue reading
“Hey, want to go to Yosemite tomorrow?” There’s a short list of things I expect to hear when I pick up a phone call from a friend at 9:30 am on a Monday morning – an invitation to go to … Continue reading
March 24, 2017
by Katie D.
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Following this little introductory paragraph is my first draft for an article I wrote for the JHU New-Letter. By writing it, and then seeing the final version of the article in the news-letter, I learned a lot more about what … Continue reading
” ¡Sí se puede!” Sophie shouted, ” ¡Sí se puede!” As the crowd chanted on and on, with each “¡Sí se puede!” getting faster and faster, louder and louder. I felt like I was in this sea of encouragement and … Continue reading
There is nothing more frightening to a young child than a mother’s absence. Where did she go? How long will she be gone? Five minutes? Forever? Who will keep me safe? I remember my first days of kindergarten, feeling alone … Continue reading
After a long week of finals, it was an amazing feeling to get off the plane at PBI and feel the heat and humidity of home hit me as I walked out to short term parking with my parents last … 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
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 22, 2016
by Jonah K.
I’m a West Coast guy. I was born and raised in Los Angeles, and lived their for the first 18 years of my life. But rather than go home for the week of Thanksgiving break that Hopkins so generously bestows … 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