Johns Hopkins University

The Chatter

Johns Hopkins Alum Paul Rabil Brings New Pro Lacrosse Venture Home

A pioneering league co-founded by the former Blue Jays’ All-American stops by Homewood Field this weekend.

On The Town

Drink Rum and Learn Something New with Johns Hopkins’ Homewood Museum

Explore the history of Maryland rum at the annual Evening of Traditional Beverages.

In Good Taste

Hopkins Student Shares Chinese-American Heritage with Food Pop-Up

Jesse Wu’s former dorm room restaurant, Jade, will settle at R. House later this month.

The Chatter

Longtime Hopkins Football Coach Jim Margraff Dies at 58

He led the Blue Jays less than a month ago to their first NCAA Division III semifinal.

Health & Wellness

Diabetes Patients Hack Own Insulin Pumps Using Open Source Coding

A Johns Hopkins lecturer uses #OpenAPS to control her diabetes.

The Chatter

Bloomberg Makes Historic $1.8 Billion Gift to Johns Hopkins

Donation to eliminate financial concerns from admission equation for qualified students.

Science & Technology

Collision Course

Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Labratory plans to crash a spacecraft into a near-Earth asteroid. NASA hopes it works.

On The Town

Evening of Traditional Beverages Returns Showcasing Sparkling Wines

Sip bubbly while learning about its history at Homewood Museum's annual event.

The Chatter

Filmmaker George Lucas to Receive Honorary Degree at Johns Hopkins Commencement

The Star Wars creator will attend the ceremony, delighting the on-campus sci-fi club.

Arts & Culture

Book Reviews: April 2017

The latest from Susan Weis-Bohlen and Sara Mansfield Taber.

Outside World

Field Notes: New Bikeshare Locations, First Day Hikes, and a Turtle Named Waffles

A roundup of eco-news from around the area.

Arts & Culture

Alice McDermott Talks About Latest Novel The Ninth Hour

The award-winning writer and Johns Hopkins professor discusses her inspiration and process.

The Chatter

New Book Tackles Tangled History of Baltimore Politics

Johns Hopkins professor emeritus Matthew Crenson examines the role of race and politics.

Outside World

Five Things to Know about the Great American Solar Eclipse

For the first time in nearly 100 years, a total solar eclipse will span the country.

Outside World

Field Notes: Professor Trash Wheel, Lake Roland, and the Bees' Needs

A roundup of eco-news from around the area.

News & Community

Safety Lessons

Are colleges protecting students or guarding their own images?

Arts & Culture

The Great Escape

The escape room craze hits Baltimore.

Arts & Culture

Art in Motion

Mobile studios are bringing paintings, books, and DIY workshops to a neighborhood near you.

Arts & Culture

Pod Mass

Ten homegrown podcasts to keep you company while bundled up inside.

Arts District

GhostFood Project Explores Climate Change’s Effects

Newest venture from The Contemporary will roam around Baltimore this fall

Connect With Us

Most Read


Decades Night Club Documents Baltimore Club Music History at the Peale Center: We speak with curator Mia Loving about her latest exhibit, on view through this week.

Severe Flooding Plagues Neighborhoods Surrounding the Inner Harbor: Stark images of Harbor East and Fells Point arise on social media as area reckons with heavy rainfall.

Relics of Baltimore's Forgotten Punk Scene Showcased in New Metro Gallery Exhibit: Celebrated Summer Records owner Tony Pence curates fliers, photos, and music from 1977 to 1989.

Developers Hope to Unveil Greektown’s Yard 56 by 2020: The mixed-use project will be anchored by Streets Market and LA Fitness.

Oletha DeVane Showcases Sculptural Works in 'Traces of Spirit' at the BMA: Local multidisciplinary artist explores religion, nature, and humanity in exhibit on view through October 20.