Race, culture and the arts
Africana Studies Center at Homewood welcomes its first
artist in residence
The Center for Africana Studies at Johns Hopkins is
welcoming renowned visual artist Renee Stout to the
Homewood campus this spring as its inaugural artist in
residence for a series of lectures
and workshops, beginning with an introductory lecture for
students at 4 p.m. on Thursday, March 26,
in the Shriver Hall Board Room.
Hands-on over spring break
Early Wednesday afternoon, seven Johns Hopkins
students stood in the massive kitchen of
Moveable Feast, a nutrition support program for people
living with HIV/AIDS, poised to receive
instruction from one of the organization's head chefs. The
afternoon's task, he told them, was to
prepare next-day lunches for the program's clients, who
live throughout the greater Baltimore
metropolitan area and along the Eastern Shore.
Scientists ID genes associated with cardiac
One minute, he's a strapping 40-year-old with an
enviable cholesterol level, working out on his
treadmill. The next, he's dead.