A special sports issue celebrating Hopkins' sportier side
By Dale Keiger
We take you into the locker room and on the practice field,
in the six days leading up to the Jays' 100th face-off
against the Maryland Terrapins.
Join the Club!
By Kay Downer, A&S '04
Not everyone can — or wants to — make
varsity. For all those other aspiring Hopkins athletes,
club sports make the game.
The Year in
By Dale Keiger
From football to field hockey, it's been a banner year for
Hopkins athletics. Get the stats on all the varsity teams.
A Taste for
By Maria Blackburn
Janine Tucker has taken the Lady Jays from Division III to
Division I. But can she take them to the Tournament?
By Jeffrey Labrecque, A&S '95
Bob Babb's fact-and-figures approach to baseball has made
him the winningest coach in Hopkins history.
Students: Hopkins Community Grieves Student
Public Health: Sommer to Step Down as
Sports: Jays Take It to the Tourney
Humanities: Sex and the Civil Rights Movement
Press: Keane Now Permanent at Helm
Medicine: All the Examining Room's a
Public Health: Gorillas in the Midst of HIV
Art History: Museum Liaison Builds Bonds
Students: Mosaic Draws Together Students of Many
Libraries: Renovated Peabody Retains
Students: California Trip Hits Notes High and
Alumni: Rock and Roll Reunion at Chester's
Syllabus | Datebook | Academese | Forever Altered | Here &
Abroad | Bottom Line | Vignette | Up & Comer | Findings |
JHUniverse | Vital Signs
Contributors to the June
The Big Question
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