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.
Maryland Law Authorizes Campus Police Force At Johns HopkinsA new Maryland law allows Johns Hopkins University to set up its own armed police force at its Baltimore campuses.
Maryland Lawmakers OK Police Force At Johns HopkinsJohns Hopkins University will be allowed to create its own armed police force, under a measure that has received final approval by the Maryland General Assembly.
John Hopkins Wants Armed Police, Md. Senate On Track To Give The Green LightThe Maryland Senate is on track to greenlight the bill allowing Johns Hopkins to establish its own police department.
Johns Hopkins Schools Of Public Health, Nursing Ranked No. 1Johns Hopkins University was ranked the top public health school by U.S. News & World report.
Universities In Maryland Reckon With Past Yearbook PhotosUniversities in Maryland are now grappling with racist images in yearbooks from the 1960s and 1970s.
Hopkins Students Stage Walkout, Call To Cut Ties With ICEIn a call for change, hundreds of Johns Hopkins students staged a walkout Wednesday urging the University to cut its contractual ties with the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency [ICE].
Toad Hitches Ride From South Africa To Baltimore In SneakerA Johns Hopkins University scientist returning from a trip to South Africa discovered an unexpected workout partner: an endangered-species toad that stowed away in her sneaker.