Publications and Media

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Epidemic Proportions
Epidemic Proportions is a public health journal designed to highlight JHU research and field work in public health. Combining research and scholarship, the journal seeks to capture the breadth and depth of the JHU undergraduate public health experience.
(Club Website: http://www.jhu.edu/ep/)

Foundations
Foundations was founded in 2005 by undergraduates at The Johns Hopkins University. The mission was simple: Fill a glaring void in the scope of historical publications by providing a forum for undergraduates undertaking substantive research to publish their findings. Foundations is a truly international journal, receiving submissions from schools both large and small in the United States and throughout the world.
(Club Website: http://web1.johnshopkins.edu/foundations//a>)

Hopkins Undergraduate Research Journal- Coming Soon!
Since its inception in 2001, HURJ has evolved each year to encompass and reflect the diverse interests of Hopkins undergraduates. This issue’s focus on human rights is the latest in a trend of previous focus topics dedicated to important concerns of today. We found fellow undergraduates to be incredibly responsive to this theme—the result is a journal of many voices, opinions, and ideas.
(Club Website: http://web1.johnshopkins.edu/hurj/)

The Johns Hopkins Film Society
The Johns Hopkins Film Society has the goal of presenting films throughout the year to the student body at Johns Hopkins University and the local Baltimore community.  Each semester we showcase works on 35mm, 16mm, and DVD.  In the fall, we typically run a Fall Film Series and in the spring, we are responsible for putting on the Johns Hopkins Film Festival, an annual film festival displaying works mostly from independent and international filmmakers.  The Film Society also publishes the Frame of Reference film journal in correspondence with the film festival.
(Club Website: http://hopkinsfilmfest.com/)

JHU Politik
JHU Politik is the only weekly-published political publication on the Homewood Campus of Johns Hopkins University. JHU Politik reports factually on both domestic and international events, and also publishes opinion articles on a wide variety of topics.
(Club Website: http://jhupolitik.org/)