Where artists' visions come to
Evergreen House provides inspiration, site for show of
After a recent rain storm and caught in the glare of
the mid-morning sun, Katherine Kavanaugh's cast glass row
houses glisten like ice on the verge of melting. Some 40
yards away, Winifred Lutz's massive confluence of brick,
glass block, trees, sod and other assorted items
imperceptibly evolve, perhaps as the result of a gentle
gust of wind or the landing of a bird. The sculptures at
Evergreen House don't just reside there; they live and
breathe on the property.
It's Keyser Quad, please, not the 'upper'
A hallowed segment of the Homewood campus received a
fitting tribute on Sunday, April 30, as the university
sought to underscore a name all too often forgotten.
More than 50 years since its naming, the Keyser
Quadrangle was rededicated in an afternoon ceremony
attended by Johns Hopkins officials and nearly 50 Keyser
family members who gathered to celebrate the event and
unveil two bronze William Keyser biographical plaques,
recently installed on opposite ends of the quad.
Computer models help nations prepare for
Using complex computer models, a team of researchers
analyzed how effective travel restrictions, school
closures, drug distribution and other public health
strategies would be in slowing the spread of a pandemic