YOUR WEEKEND - April 23rd, 2015

FRIDAY The Gathering Food Truck Event Power Plant Live!, 12 p.m. Every food truck that is not sequestered on Hopkins campus for Spring Fair will likely make its way downtown to Power Plant. This particular gathering boasts live music in…

Getting rejected three times in one night

Getting rejected three times in one night

RACHEL BIDERMAN - March 12th, 2015

Hopping into the Uber waiting for me on Charles Street, I expected to have a nice, normal Friday dinner out. But the night had other plans in store for me. There were seven of us, all hungry and excited to…

Howl at the Moon: Being a legal senior

Howl at the Moon: Being a legal senior

LAUREN EVANS - March 5th, 2015

Now that I’ve turned 21, I can go out every weekend and enjoy lots of bars and entertainment! Or so I thought on my birthday. However, as most of you know all too well, I sadly still have tons of…

Movies outlast the Oscars at Baltimore theaters

Movies outlast the Oscars at Baltimore theaters

SARAH STOCKMAN - March 5th, 2015

Oscar Sunday is long gone (if measured by homework completed), but many of the movies that won the most prestigious awards are still playing in Baltimore. Although some of these movies have already come out on DVD and live streaming,…

Sofi’s Crepes serves up delicious variety

Sofi’s Crepes serves up delicious variety

RACHEL BIDERMAN - February 26th, 2015

Speed walking down the block, I tried to ignore my roaring stomach. My good friend and I had made plans to watch a movie together at The Charles Theatre for weeks, but between an afternoon of window shopping in Harbor…

Leave the Hopkins bubble and head to D.C.

Leave the Hopkins bubble and head to D.C.

JACK BARTHOLET - February 26th, 2015

As Hopkins students, we often find ourselves just trying to stay afloat academically. Heads down, unresponsive to our surroundings, we purposefully walk about campus from one study spot to another. When we finally are able to escape the confines of…

Eat Your Musical Heart Out!

Eat Your Musical Heart Out!

CAMILLE KO - May 1st, 2014

Going to concerts is a classic college pastime. There’s just something unforgettably magical about them: you watch your favorite artists perform in front of your eyes, see the stage lights illuminate the singing faces around you, feel the sound of…

FlowerMart 2014 Welcomes Spring

MELODY SWEN - May 1st, 2014

The drudgery of last-week-of-classes and the constant downpour we’ve had this last week has washed away any memories of Spring Fair. If you’re burned out  and need a reminder that it really, truly, is spring, then consider a trip down…

The City That Reads (Among Other Things)

MONA JIA - March 7th, 2014

Last semester, I worked my way slowly through The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt. I bought it the day it hit the shelves mostly because of the hype, if I’m being honest. It took me several months to read, but I…

Enjoy cherry blossoms this spring

MELODY SWEN - March 7th, 2014

The infamous cherry trees that line the Tidal Basin and Jefferson Memorial in our nation’s capital symbolize everything from the beginning of the busy tourist season in Washington, DC to the arrival of spring. The 3,000 cherry trees were planted…

Famous burger joint lives up to name

SALLY HWANG - March 7th, 2014

So many burger joints claim to serve the “best burger in Baltimore,” and though I’ll say many of them serve up a pretty mean burger, there’s only one place that can say that golden phrase without lying. And that’s Abbey’s…

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