By Dale Keiger
On the eve of his retirement, President William R. Brody
talks to Johns Hopkins Magazine about one of his
favorite topics: higher education.
By Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson
Porochista Khakpour, A&S '02 (MA), was born in Iran and
bred in Los Angeles. Her debut novel tells a
quintessentially American tale.
Into the Woods
By Raford Bussey Jr., A&S '12
Incoming freshmen who participate in Pre-Orientation find
that a week of climbing, kayaking, and camping in the wild
makes starting school seem a little more tame.
Search for an Rx
By Michael Anft
We asked Johns Hopkins administrators, physicians, and
researchers about the health of a system Americans rely on
to keep them healthy.
Wholly Hopkins: Matters of note from around Johns
Public health: Deep in data, a spike in
Physics: Warmer superconductors from
Peabody: A new resident composer
Homewood: Hopkins as a model campus
International studies: Relief finds its way to
Student research: DNA busts fish
Education: Fessler retires as dean
Medicine: Growing stem cells for blood
In memoriam: Remembering Chester
Syllabus | Investigations | Academese | Forever Altered |
Here & Abroad | Bottom Line | Vignette | Up & Comer |
Findings | JHUniverse | Vital Signs
Contributors: Of Novelists and
The Big Question:
Can the New President Restore Faith?
Editor's Note: Policy Wonking
Letters: It's About Results
Essay: Bad Housekeeping
Golomb's Gambits™ Fractured
Alumni Notes and
Your Other Life: Whistle Blower