Survey: Pay For Private University Presidents Climbs 10.5%The average pay for America's private university presidents grew by 10.5% in 2017, with dozens, including the president of Johns Hopkins University, receiving more than $1 million and three topping the $5 million mark, according to an annual survey by The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Newseum Looking For New Home After Closing Its DoorsThe Newseum in Washington D.C. is officially closed and is looking for a new home.
Campus Community Marks 146th Anniversary Of Death Of Johns HopkinsTuesday marks the 146th anniversary of the death of Johns Hopkins, the namesake of the university in Baltimore.
Johns Hopkins Students Robbed At Gunpoint By Group Of Juveniles Near Baltimore Museum Of ArtTwo Johns Hopkins University students reported being robbed at gunpoint by six juveniles near the Baltimore Museum of Art late Monday evening.
Possible Sexual Assault Reported At Johns Hopkins Fraternity HouseJohns Hopkins University officials are investigating a possible sexual assault that happened over the weekend.
New Hotel Planned Near Johns Hopkins UniversityA new 115-room hotel will open near Johns Hopkins University in 2021.
Johns Hopkins Named 12th Best University In World By Times Higher EducationJohns Hopkins University has been named the 12th-best university in the world by the Times Higher Education.
Maryland Colleges, Universities Rank High In Annual ListingsAs students get ready to hit the books this fall, those at a number of Maryland colleges and universities can do so knowing they're at some of the best schools in the country.
Police Investigating Report Of Indecent Exposure Near Johns Hopkins University's CampusBaltimore police are investigating after a woman reported that a man exposed himself to her while she was running on Johns Hopkins University's campus.
8 Ducklings Rescued Outside Johns Hopkins Reunited With MotherEight ducklings were rescued from a sewer grate outside Johns Hopkins Keswick Friday morning.
Baltimore Will Not Prosecute The Johns Hopkins Students Who Were ArrestedFive protesters were led out of Garland Hall, Johns Hopkins University's main administration building, in handcuffs Wednesday morning.
Johns Hopkins To Offer School Leaders Safety ProgrammingA new Johns Hopkins University initiative will offer short courses to principals and other school leaders as part of a push to create standards around school safety.
8 Johns Hopkins Students Chain Themselves To Building As Police Force Protests ContinueEight Johns Hopkins University students chained themselves to the administrative building Wednesday afternoon in protest.
Dunbar High School Student Wins $40K From Henrietta Lacks ScholarshipA Dunbar High School student is this year's recipient of the Henrietta Lacks Scholarship, Serigne Ndiaye, who is from Senegal, is an eleventh grader at Dunbar, the scholarship is valued at $40,000.
Johns Hopkins University To Get Two-Thirds Of Electricity From Solar PowerThe university announced on Monday a 15-year agreement with Baltimore-based energy company Constellation, a subsidiary of Exelon.