The Centennial Conference announced the indefinite suspension of all its fall sports on July 7. 17 out of the 24 Hopkins Division-III athletic teams compete in the Centennial Conference and will not be allowed to play co...
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press conference in mid-June, President Donald Trump expressed his confidence in scientists' ability to find a vaccine for the coronavirus (COVID-19) by claiming that experts have also managed to create a vaccine for...
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The University has filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on Friday, July 10, ...
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regulations for international students taking online classes were announced by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Monday.International students at universities that only offer online classes must leave the U...
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Today, the future looks uncertain, and the conditions of life seem untenable. This is what it means to live in times of crisis. And in times such as these, the journalist's highest form of service is to faith...
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The Office of Student Leadership and Involvement (SLI) hosted a webinar for student organizations on Friday, June 26 exploring what the co-curricular experience will look like this fall.Dean of Student Life Smita Ruz...
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Providing a renovation of the queer teen love storyLove, Simon from 2018, the newly released TV seriesLove, Victor takes place in the same setting of Creekwood High School, with new characters and a diffe...
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In response to 'We all miss campus, but making the return optional isn't equitable' published on June 26, 2020:As president of our Student Government Association (SGA) and a member of the University-wide steering...
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What do you call the phase of spending cuts that precedes thoughtful, deliberative planning?This was the question I was left with earlier this month, after a virtual town hall on budgetary decisions made by the U...
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The Student Government Association (SGA) met for the second time this summer on June 30 over Zoom. At the meeting, SGA voted unanimously to support renaming the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship and Gildersleeve House of AMR...
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International pop star Jay Chou dropped his newest single, 'Mojito,' on June 12. Released alongside a vibrant music video in which he wanders through Cuban streets with his band, it was a much-anticipated rel...
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University President Ronald J. Daniels and fellow administrators announced in an email to the Hopkins community that the University will be resuming in-person activities in the fall.These plans are not yet final, as ...
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About 100 protesters marched to University President Ronald J. Daniels' home on June 29, taping copies of a petition demanding the cancellation of the private police force to his front door and windows.The rally was ...
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Baltimore City Mayor Bernard C. 'Jack' Young lifted the city's ban on large outdoor gatherings beginning June 26. This decision comes one week after Young moved the city into phase two of Maryland's re-opening plan, ...
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Atlas Restaurant Group apologized after a Black woman posted a of her and her son being denied service at Ouzo Bay in Harbor East on June 21. In the video, which has since been widely circulated on social media, ...
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, University President Ronald J. Daniels informed students that while Hopkins will offer some degree of in-person instruction and residential living this coming fall, no student will be required to return to camp...
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I have been an international student for the past eight years, but I may not be one anymore. I had believed America to be a wonderland of dreams, equality and tolerance for all.I certainly don't believe it any mo...
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Late Sunday night, the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) was home to a horrific incident of racial intimidation and harassment. The auto racing body said it is fully investigating after a noose ...
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Mayor Bernard C. 'Jack' Young announced on June 19 that Baltimore will enter stage two of reopening following shutdowns to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).This measure follows the state-wide safer-at-hom...
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