University shuttle service announces holiday
During midyear vacation, the university shuttle
service will have adjustments to its schedule as
Homewood to JHMI/East Baltimore: On Thursdays, Dec.
23 and Dec. 30, the shuttle will operate on its regular
schedule until 6 p.m.; the last departure from Homewood
will be at 5:30 p.m. and the last from JHMI at 6 p.m. No
service on Dec. 24, 25, 31 or Jan. 1.
Homewood to JHU@Eastern and JHU@Eastern to JHMI/East
Baltimore: On Thursdays, Dec. 23 and 30, the shuttle
will operate from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. No service Dec. 24 or
Goucher/Colltown: Service will end at 12:20 a.m. on
Saturday, Dec. 18 (with the last stop at Goucher College);
no return trips to the Homewood campus after the last JHU
departure at 11:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 17. Regular service
will resume on Monday, Jan. 10.
Escort van service: The Rotunda express service will
not operate from Saturday, Dec.18, through Saturday, Jan.
8. Route van service will resume its regular schedule at
4:35 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 9. Off-route service will be
available; call 410-516-8700. No escort van service on
Christmas or New Year's.
WSE Homewood/Stieff Building: No service Dec. 24 or
Al Gore to speak at Homewood undergraduate
Al Gore, former vice president and Democratic
candidate in the 1999 presidential campaign, will be the
speaker for the Homewood undergraduate commencement
ceremony, which will take place on Thursday, May 26.
Would-be student interns get help from Collegetown Web
Johns Hopkins students now have a network through
which they can look for opportunities to work as interns.
Baltimore Collegetown, a consortium of 15 area colleges and
universities, has added a spot on its Web site where local
employers can post descriptions of their organizations,
overview of the internship and application deadline.
The form is then sent to the career centers on each
Collegetown campus to distribute through the channels that
work best at each institution; interns then contact
prospective employers with their resumes in the way that
the employer determines-via e-mail, phone or letter. To
check it out, go to
Homewood House to open 'What's in the Wardrobe'
A dramatization and a slide lecture on dress in early
America will be presented on Jan. 7 and 8 at Homewood
House, on the Homewood campus. The programs are being
offered in conjunction with the opening of What's in the
Wardrobe, an exhibition focusing on the type of clothing
known to have been ordered by the Carroll family, who began
building Homewood House in 1801. The exhibition opens on
Thursday, Jan. 6, and will remain on display through
Saturday, March 26.
"Caroline's Debut," a dramatization by Theatre
Hopkins' Suzanne Pratt based on the letters of the Mistress
of Riversdale, a contemporary of the Carrolls, about the
European fashions she ordered for her own daughter, will be
performed by Cherie Weinert. Kristina Haugland of the
Philadelphia Museum of Art, who is the mid-Atlantic region
president of the Costume Society of America, will describe
Federal clothing and undergarments in relation to earlier
and later fashion ideals.
The two programs will be offered together at 6 p.m. on
Friday, Jan. 7, and again at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 8.
Refreshments will be served following each day's
Tickets are $25 for nonmembers and $20 for members;
reservations are required. To make a reservation, contact
Judith Proffitt at
email@example.com or 410-516-8645.
International Reporting Project fellows at SAIS selected
Eight U.S. journalists have been awarded spring
International Reporting Project fellowships at SAIS, part
of a program aimed at improving the quality of
international news in the U.S. media. The program combines
10 weeks of study in Washington and five weeks of overseas
The journalists will focus on stories in Algeria,
Colombia, Ghana, Kazakhstan, Mozambique, Pakistan, Russia
The fellows, selected by a group of distinguished
journalists, include reporters from TIME Asia,
Congressional Quarterly, The New Yorker and The New York
The project is supported by grants from the Pew
Charitable Trusts, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation,
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Rockefeller Brothers Fund,
Carnegie Corp. of New York, John S. and James L. Knight
Foundation, Philip L. Graham Fund, The New York Times Co.
Foundation and others.
Graveside commemoration of Johns Hopkins set for Dec.
Johns Hopkins died on Christmas Eve 1873, and for a
number of years, members of the university and health
system that bear his name have gathered for a graveside
commemoration led by Ross Jones, vice president and
secretary emeritus of the university. The services are
brief and informal but meaningful to those who honor the
memory of a man whose generosity in death has provided life
and learning for so many.
This year, the community is invited to gather at Green
Mount Cemetery at 10 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 24.
This issue of 'Gazette' is last for semester; next will be
This is the last issue of The Gazette for the fall
2004 semester; the next will appear on Jan. 10. The
deadline for Calendar and Classifieds submissions for that
issue is noon on Monday, Jan. 3.
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