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Veterans Day

Their sacrifice will not be forgotten

The new Veterans Memorial Wall at the Cordish Lacrosse Center honors 11 former Hopkins lacrosse players killed in action in WWI, WWII, and Vietnam. Andrew Coté, A&S ’12, a former lacrosse player and Marine Corps veteran, was instrumental in the creation of the wall, a tribute to those who made the ultimate sacrifice.



JHU joins Operation Green Light

Three campus locations are bathed in green light this week to honor those who served in the U.S. Armed Forces



On the front lines of veteran health

Nursing expert Rita D'Aoust and her longtime research colleague Alicia Gill Rossiter are working to change how veterans and their families receive health care in the U.S.

In other news  

Election 2022

Wes Moore wins Md. governor's race

Moore, A&S ’01, is the first Black governor-elect of Maryland and will become only the third Black governor in U.S. history when he takes office in January. (Michael Steele, A&S ’81, became Maryland's first Black lieutenant governor in 2003.) Other alums elected to office in Maryland this week are Andrew P. Harris, A&S ’77, Med ’80, PH ’95 (MHS), in the 1st Congressional District, and Kweisi Mfume, A&S ’84 (MLA), in the 7th Congressional District. Have election news of your own to share? Email



Midterm elections analysis

The American political landscape is unsettled after Election Day, with several races still undecided. Which party had a better night? Political scientist Daniel Schlozman breaks down the midterm winners and losers


Ingenious invention

stuck on Tastee Tape

Time magazine has named the lunch-saving creation from four members of the Class of 2022 to its annual list of best inventions

Hopkins in the News  

The Washington post

Our other engineering lab: The Voodoo Drop

Every fall, JHU professors bring more than 100 first-year students to Six Flags America to learn biomedical engineering and physics in a, literally, heart-stopping way


Wall Street Journal

Moving In Doesn't Match the Financial Benefits of Marriage

"People see an economic bar they need to clear before they get married," says Andrew Cherlin, professor emeritus of sociology and public policy

Space Force chooses JHU for its graduate program

Selected officers, civilians, and other members of the military will study at SAIS for a master's degree in international public policy


The New York Times

To understand new extremism, look to history

Researchers like Lilliana Mason, a political scientist, have documented how partisan polarization has amplified political extremism on the American right


The Atlantic

With Annual COVID shots, we can stop counting

COVID vaccination has involved convolutions related to age, health status, number of previous doses, vaccine brand, time since last dose, and more. "That’s absolute overload," says Rupali Limaye, a behavioral scientist and vaccine-attitudes researcher.


Nov. 16

Ramifications of the midterm elections

Part two of this series of expert briefings starts at noon with a conversation covering topics such as climate, health care, education, and international relations; registration required


Starting Dec. 1

Holiday events near you

Ring in the holiday season with fellow alumni and friends at regional events across the country. Click here to find a party nearby and RSVP.