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April 18, 2017
by Jonah K.
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My T-shirts Pt. 2 – Electric Bugaloo

Last semester, I decided to write about one of my true passions, something I pursued in earnest the minute I stepped onto campus: collecting free T-shirts. I’ve expanded my collection considerably since then, adding shirts and tanks at every opportunity … Continue reading

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April 14, 2017
by Alyssa W.
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The Election

I stood outside Krieger 205 in my dress and blazer, shifting my weight nervously. I had been waiting for over half an hour, chatting with the other News candidates and trying to guess what questions I would be asked in … Continue reading

April 1, 2017
by Kaylee Z.
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Glance into My Secret Week

Day 1: Came back to Hopkins in the morning from Spring Break to find my room all decked out with cute Alpha Phi shirts, my favorite snack foods, and a Starbucks Green Tea Latte waiting for me! Day 2: I … Continue reading

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March 31, 2017
by Alyssa W.
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Napping Spots on Campus

Naps are so important. As hard as I try to get eight hours of sleep per night, jam-packed days combined with last-minute assignments often keep me up long past my bedtime. I survive by napping as often and as long … Continue reading

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March 30, 2017
by Lauren P.
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The Little Things

It’s easy to say that this first week back from spring break has been difficult. As I type this, I’d give anything to be able to go back to the sunny Riviera Maya and snorkel with sea turtles in crystal … Continue reading

March 24, 2017
by Katie D.
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Kolotov and Learning Outside the Classroom

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