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Current Issue: April 17, 2014
Cornel West packs Shriver at FAS event
SARI AMIEL - March 27th, 2014

On Wednesday, March 26, the Foreign Affairs Symposium (FAS) hosted philosopher, political commentator and activist Cornel West in Shriver Hall. West, who has taught at Union Theological Seminary, Yale, Harvard…

ERICK SUN - March 13th, 2014

Against a difficult field at the NCAA Mid-Atlantic South Regionals, the Hopkins women’s fencing team acquitted themselves well in their last meet of the year. The squad was led by…

RACHEL COOK - March 13th, 2014

The Hopkins men’s baseball team started off their 2014 season this past weekend with a strong and undefeated 4-0 record. The Blue Jays swept both Rivier and Oneonta, outscoring both…

Road work promising despite hassles
EDITORIAL BOARD - April 17th, 2014

With construction enveloping the east side of campus, students can often be seen remarking on the effects such construction has upon their common routes to and from class. While the…

Student proposes font change, saves millions
REGINA PALATINI - April 20th, 2014

Whether you already have your own printer or plan to get one once you move out of on-campus housing, you are likely to face the harsh reality of outrageous ink…

Hopkins Robotics Club creates a musical staircase
AUBREY ALMANZA - April 17th, 2014

The Hopkins Robotics Club recently transformed a campus staircase into an octave of piano keys. In only five hours, a group of Robotics Club members wired the Hackerman Hall staircase…

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Surprisingly sophisticated rap lyrics
KERYCE CHELSI HENRY - March 13th, 2014

Okay, I get it. Rap really isn’t what it used to be. Lately, it seems like we’ve traded lyricism and honesty for bass-knocking beats and catchy hooks. The only songs…

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