A NEW CHINA
By William R. Brody
When President Brody and his wife, Wendy, went to China to
learn Mandarin, they immersed themselves in the sights,
sounds, and smells of Beijing.
By Maria Blackburn
Launching the Hopkins-Nanjing Center took a bold vision,
strategic thinking, and a lot of on-site work by an
unlikely envoy: a professor of particle physics.
20 Questions: China
By Jim Duffy
We ask faculty members, alumni, and students to share their
experiences, opinions, and expertise on what's under way in
China and what it means for the world.
Think You Know
Photography by Will Kirk, A&S '99
By turning his zoom lens on some familiar Homewood campus
structures, Will Kirk showcased the lovely, intricate
design of their less-than-familiar details.
By Dale Keiger
After 26 years, Stephen Dixon has retired from the Writing
Seminars — but not from writing. He says, "How many
books can you read without wanting to write one?"
Wholly Hopkins: Matters of note from around Johns
Commencement: A tradition in the
Sports: Tennis, baseball have championship
Sports: Birth of the Blue Jay
Medicine: A 'transformational' gift
Students: Service-oriented scholars
Financial Aid: Financial aid director
Public Health: Are smaller airplanes less
Community: Giving vets their 'fare
Music: The fellow's a conductor
Books: The bright side of divorce
Alumni: On chumps, nerds, and
Syllabus | Investigations | Academese | Forever Altered |
Here & Abroad | Bottom Line | Vignette | Up & Comer |
Findings | JHUniverse | Vital Signs
Contributors to the June
The Big Question:
What's the Best Way to Throw a Frisbee?
Editor's Note: Keep in Touch
Essay: Renaming Names
Alumni Notes and Awards
Your Other Life: To the Rescue