Photos courtesy of the author. One of the most beautiful parts of spring here in the mid-Atlantic is the return of the cherry blossoms. In… Read More »Make Time to Stop and Smell the Flowers: Cherry Blossoms in Baltimore and D.C.
All photos provided courtesy of author. One of the best parts of being a student at Johns Hopkins has been the opportunity to explore the… Read More »Pumpkin Spice and Sweater Weather: Fall Is Almost Here in Baltimore!
The Peer Collective coordinated a physically distanced gingerbread house decorating event to help bring together students this holiday season. Although the video-based social event was different from previous years, it also brought new opportunities for conversation and connection as attendees showed off their pets and decorations.
When she’s not busy with her graduate program in human genetics, Stephanie Yang likes to visit escape rooms. During the pandemic, Yang and friends have found a new way to connect online by teaming up to solve virtual escape rooms.
While some grad students enjoy rock climbing or running marathons, others prefer the quiet pleasures of a night in. Read how Ph.D. student Anna Moyer uses knitting to show her Baltimore, science, and Hopkins pride.
Nothing spells summer in Baltimore like the smell of hot asphalt, the sulfurous haze of backyard fireworks and the sweet siren’s call of a faraway… Read More »The Great Baltimore Ice Cream Crawl: Living in the Golden Age of Frozen Dairy