Tuesday Morning Headlines: Park School Students Study Climate Change Up North; Serial Bank Robber Sought in Baltimore; and More

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Aug 29, 2017 7:25am

Johns Hopkins Health System inks big industrial lease near Amazon warehouse — BBJ

FBI searching for Baltimore bank robber — ABC2

Local musician recovering after being hit by a truck while biking — Baltimore Sun

Share Kitchen Opens in Locust Point — Baltimore Magazine

Park School Students Gain New Perspective After Studying Climate Change In The Arctic — CBS Baltimore

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Hot House: Remington Townhouse In Prime Location, $75K Minimum Bid at Auction

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Aug 22, 2017 12:10pm

Hot House: 2811 Remington Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21211

Brick, three-story townhouse, circa 1900, in fair condition, with built-up roof and full basement.  Three bedrooms, one full bathroom over 1,170 sq. ft. with small fenced front and rear gardens. Street parking. Public onsite auction September 6, at 11 am by Ashland Auction Group, LLC. Minimum bid: $75,000 (up from original minimum of $50,000)  Read More →

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Hopkins Taps Veteran Professor to Run Bloomberg School of Public Health

0 Written by: | Friday, Aug 04, 2017 1:43pm

Photo via JHU

After serving on the Johns Hopkins University faculty for the last 38 years, Professor Ellen J. McKenzie will take the helm of the Bloomberg School of Public Health as dean this fall.

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Surprise: A Large Share of ‘Molly’ Brought to Music Festivals Doesn’t Actually Contain MDMA, Hopkins Researchers Say

0 Written by: | Monday, Jul 10, 2017 9:58am

The Electric Daisy Carnival in Los Angeles in 2010. Photo via Wikimedia Commons.

Johns Hopkins researchers have some bad news for today’s many pill-popping music festivalgoers: a large share of purported “Molly” tested at five years’ worth of concerts actually contained none of the drug.

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Zillow Sends Cease and Desist Letter to Hopkins Grad Student Who Runs Website ‘McMansion Hell’

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Jun 27, 2017 2:45pm

Photo via McMansion Hell

Johns Hopkins graduate student Kate Wagner moonlights as a blogger who satirizes cookie-cutter mansions around the country. But while many readers enjoy her mockery and crude annotations on images of homes for sale, real estate listing database Zillow doesn’t have quite the same sense of humor.

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Johns Hopkins Gets $150M to Build Agora

0 Written by: | Friday, Jun 23, 2017 3:57pm

Johns Hopkins UniversityIn this age of divisive discourse, Johns Hopkins is turning to inspiration from the country that founded democracy in the first place. Read More →

Culture, Featured, Schools

America’s Biggest Art Museum Will be Run by a Former Hopkins Art History Professor

0 Written by: | Thursday, Jun 15, 2017 10:43am

Photo via The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on Tuesday promoted interim director and former Hopkins Krieger School dean Daniel Weiss to the position of president and chief executive officer.

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Culture, Schools

Mansplaining Mural Draws Derision at Johns Hopkins

3 Written by: | Friday, Jun 02, 2017 3:45pm

Recent news about renovations to Shriver Hall at The Johns Hopkins University campus has brought attention to one of the building’s more controversial features: the murals in the first-floor lobby. Read More →

Featured, Money & Power, Schools

Hopkins, CCBC Get $1.7 Million in Combined Grants to Support Humanities Education

0 Written by: | Friday, May 19, 2017 10:58am

Johns Hopkins University

Who says the humanities are threatened or dying?

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Caps n’ Gowns: Baltimore Graduations Bring Distinguished Speakers to Region

0 Written by: | Friday, May 12, 2017 8:45am

A 2014 graduation ceremony at the University of Maryland. Photo by Jay Baker, via Wikimedia Commons.

It’s that time of year again. Thousands of Baltimore-area students will earn their degrees over the next month, capping their tenures studying at some of Charm City’s best colleges and high schools. Joining the newly minted graduates at their ceremonies will be some illustrious company, including a vice president, a librarian of Congress, acclaimed journalists, medical experts and successful entrepreneurs, among others.

Here’s our guide to this year’s ceremonies, in chronological order:

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