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L.V. Salutatorian Zosia Lemaitre to attend Johns Hopkins

Zosia Lemaitre, 17, a senior at Locust Valley High School, was named the salutatorian for the Class of 2021. The Locust Valley resident holds a 109.09 weighted GPA and a perfect score of 36 on the ACT. She will attend Johns Hopkins University this fall, majoring in molecular and cellular biology on the pre-medical track.
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Johns Hopkins, HHS, 25 more health IT orgs form digital health collaborative

The Digital Medicine Society rounded up 27 health systems, health IT companies and policy organizations as part of a new collaborative that aims to create best approaches for measuring health using digital technologies. The Digital Health Measurement Collaborative Community will work together to address medical device challenges ranging from increasing...
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Johns Hopkins Enslaved People. Or Did He?

This winter, Johns Hopkins University leaders made a stunning announcement, one that upended generations of veneration of the school’s founder and namesake: The wealthy Quaker long known as an abolitionist had, school officials announced, enslaved people. Martha S. Jones, a professor of history who directs the research project Hard Histories...

JMU lacrosse defeats Johns Hopkins in first round of NCAA Tournament

It was physical, sloppy and not pretty. Nevertheless, JMU lacrosse got the job done, riding a strong defensive performance to defeat Johns Hopkins 9-6 Friday evening and advance to the next round of the NCAA Tournament. “I just think defense is our rock right now, and we understand that,” head...

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Johns Hopkins, Bloomberg Philanthropies Announce $150M Effort to Fuel STEM Diversity

Johns Hopkins University and Bloomberg Philanthropies have announced the launch of the Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative that addresses historic underrepresentation in STEM fields. The $150 million effort announced this week is funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies and will create additional paths for students and historically Black colleges and universities and minority-serving...

The Daily Record: Johns Hopkins, Bloomberg Philanthropies launch $150M Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative

Johns Hopkins University and Bloomberg Philanthropies announced on May 12 the launch of the $150 million Vivien Thomas Scholars Initiative devoted to addressing historic underrepresentation in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. The effort funded by Bloomberg Philanthropies will be endowed to create additional pathways for students from Historically...

COVID-19 Vaccines: Myth Versus Fact, by Johns Hopkins

JACKSON, Miss. (WTVA) - State Health Officer Dr. Thomas Dobbs shared a Johns Hopkins article Tuesday titled “COVID-19 Vaccines: Myth Versus Fact.”. In his social media post, he used the hashtag #fightmisinformation. Open this link to read the article.
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Maryland men’s lacrosse continues its perfect season with a Big Ten title win over Johns Hopkins

As the Maryland men’s lacrosse team knocked off opponent after opponent over the past three months, the Terrapins did so with ease, cementing their status as the nation’s top team and their potential to produce a title-winning postseason run. During the regular season, Johns Hopkins managed to threaten — it was the only team that truly challenged Maryland late — but the undefeated Terps survived that meeting and had to do so again Saturday night, this time with the Big Ten tournament title at stake.
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Preview: Maryland men's lacrosse faces Johns Hopkins in Big Ten championship

Men’s Lacrosse – Game 12, Maryland vs. Johns Hopkins, Big Ten Championship. Season Records: No. 1 Maryland (11-0), Johns Hopkins (4-8) Recap of Last Meeting: The Terrapins scored three goals in the final two minutes of the game erase a two-goal deficit and beat the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays, 14-13. Logan Wisnauskas triggered the final run with a highlight-reel goal, shooting the ball over Blue Jays’ goalie Tim Marcille as Wisnauskas fell to the ground. Jared Bernhardt then slalomed through the Hopkins defense to tie the game and subsequently found Wisnauskas with a time-and-room shot to win the game. The Terrapins needed the Tewaaraton Nominees' heroics after Hopkins used a 5-0 run and a 3-0 run to take control of the game, despite the Terps opening the game with its own 5-0 run. The Rivalry always creates tension.

Maryland men’s lacrosse wins Big Ten title with 12-10 victory over Johns Hopkins

Kyle Long runs down the field during Maryland men's lacrosse's 14-13 win over Johns Hopkins on April 24, 2021. (Autumn Hengen/The Diamondback) Daniel Maltz caught the pass right in front of the net while in mid-air. Before he landed, he snapped a shot past the goaltender. As he landed and saw the play, he emphatically fist-pumped, knowing the magnitude of the goal he just scored.
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Johns Hopkins, Slave Owner? Not So Fast

On April 8, 1873, black residents in Baltimore gathered to pay homage to Johns Hopkins, a man with just months of life remaining who planned to create an orphanage for black children and a hospital open to whites and blacks alike. One speaker at the rally praised the businessman for...
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Johns Hopkins to Adopt $15 Minimum Wage

Johns Hopkins University and Health System will pay employees a $15 minimum wage, the university announced in a press release Thursday. The minimum wage will be implemented for university employees by July and health system employees by 2022 and will benefit more than 6,000 Marylanders, as Hopkins is the largest private employer in the state, the release said. The wage will apply to all full-time campus employees, including temporary workers, student workers and contract workers, according to the release.

Maryland women’s lacrosse Big Ten semifinal preview: Johns Hopkins

A dominant first half display from the No. 2 seed Maryland women’s lacrosse team set them up for a 16-13 victory over No. 7 seed Michigan on Thursday. The offense didn’t let up in the opening half, piecing together 12 scores to record the highest total in a half this season. A 10-1 run did the job, even as Michigan began to mount a bit of a comeback in the second half.