"Web Guide To
The Gazette's on-line
Each year The Gazette runs pages of graphs and charts and
policies and calendars and lists, all in an effort to help the
newcomers to the university community and resituate the
This year, however, we've decided to direct your attention to the incredible resources of JHUniverse and Infonet. The university and medical campus Web sites offer far more information than these mere 12 pages could possibly hold. Thus, the first annual Gazette Web Guide to the Academic Year. We have omitted the http:// prefix to Web site addresses because Web browsers, like Netscape, typically include it automatically; however, if you cannot connect to a Web site, try entering the full address.
If you do not have access to the Internet, let us know, and we will get you a copy of the pages.
The site is the starting point for an enormous amount of Hopkins-related information. And if you can't find something, the search function will surely find it for you.
Here's where you will find sites for everything from emergency telephone numbers and faculty and staff directories to things to do at JHU and information about Mr. Hopkins and the institutions he founded.
Homewood academic calendars:
The School of Medicine's very detailed calendar
The university's holiday schedule:
These calendars may not be as current as they will be as the semester moves along.
Security and Policy
The site includes daily security reports and crime prevention safety tips.
Homewood-JHMI shuttle schedule
Homewood Security Escort Service
Policy on university
Homewood campus parking
and traffic regulations
Milton S. Eisenhower Library, Homewood campus
William H. Welch Medical Library, JHMI
Arthur Friedheim Library, Peabody Institute
Johns Hopkins Athletics
Fall varsity athletic schedule
As President William R. Brody begins his second year at the helm of the university, his Web site is growing. Of particular interest might be transcripts of various talks and speeches he has given during the past year. His Web site can be found at www.jhu.edu/~president/.
Students can find out when they can stop by his office for a
visit by pointing to
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