Experiencing Spring Fair for the first time was probably my favorite moment at Hopkins so far. The campus was completely transformed into a wonderland of food … among other things. There was everything from chicken on (a) stick to N.C. … Continue reading
Here at Hopkins, Spring Break splits the semester directly down the middle; it gives a perfect break in between all our work. With my break, I went back home to reclaim the sunny, sandy beaches of Palm Beach, But I … 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
The first Friday night my best friends, Erika and Nita, and I hung out. On our way back from a party, we went to Insomnia Cookies and then headed towards the beach where we laid down a towel and just … Continue reading
I spent the latter half of my time in high school dreaming of the time when I would finally get to be a COLLEGE STUDENT. Nope, not college student, but COLLEGE STUDENT, because it was THAT exciting to me of … 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
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
Hi! My name is Kaylee and I am a Writing Seminars major and a Computer Science minor (although I’ve been considering turning this into a double major combination instead). I’m so excited to be writing my first blog post! I … Continue reading
September 29, 2016
by Jack G.
105 days ago, I sat on my high school’s football field and watched as the first of my peers’ names were announced to receive their diplomas. Not long thereafter, my name was called. 101 days ago, I started my first … Continue reading