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Elijah Cummings portrait honors 'devoted son of Baltimore'
Published April 28, 2022
Painting of the late congressman, created by Baltimore artist Christopher Batten, will hang in the university's MSE Library
A pioneer at the podium
Published Spring 2022
A new documentary directed by JHU Professor of Media Studies Bernadette Wegenstein explores the many firsts of conductor Marin Alsop / Johns Hopkins Magazine
The tell-tale A
Published Spring 2022
Sheet music signed "E.A. Poe" found in the Sheridan Libraries' Special Collections could change what we know about the famous poet. But is it a forgery? / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Of paws and pelts
Published Spring 2022
Alum Joya Griffin brings pet dermatology to the television screen / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Unlocking 'Ulysses'
Published Spring 2022
Learning to love James Joyce's 100-year-old masterpiece that most of us never begin, let alone finish / Johns Hopkins Magazine
JHU's pep band turns 100
Published Spring 2022
A look back at the persistently pesky music troupe / Johns Hopkins Magazine
JHU's pep band turns 100
Published April 21, 2022
A look at the persistently pesky (and quirky) music troupe that has been a thorn in the side of visiting teams for the past century
A horseman of a different era
Published April 20, 2022
A 7-foot tall sculpture, a small-scale version of Kehinde Wiley's defiant rejoinder to Confederate statuary, 'Rumors of War,' will be installed in Mudd Hall atrium
HSO Concerto Competition winners featured in season finale concert
Published April 18, 2022
Three students who do not major in music will be featured soloists at the HSO's season finale concert on April 23
Students organize Ukraine benefit concert
Published April 14, 2022
Four graduate students at the Peabody Conservatory organized an evening of music by Eastern European composers and will raise money to support Ukraine through the Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health
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