Student life (university function)
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
The Johns Hopkins University Graduate Representative Organization (GRO) was founded in 1978 to advocate for, and represent, the needs of graduate students at Johns Hopkins University - Homewood Division. This collection consists of volumes of the student guidebook published by the GRO, which was given to students annually as a supplement to the official university-provided orientation. The volumes in this collection date from the 1980s.
Hopkins Spectator (renamed Homewood Spectator in May 1992) was a Johns Hopkins University student publication funded by the Johns Hopkins College Republicans. This collection consists of issues from 1988-1995.
The Hopkins Standard/Charles Street Standard records, 1993-2000, consist of issues of the student publication Hopkins Standard, renamed the Charles Street Standard in September 1995.
The Hopkins Undergraduate Research Journal is dedicated to publishing undergraduate research writing in every discipline. This collection consists of issues from 2002-2012.
The Jewish Students Association was founded in 1955 to provide social, cultural and religious programs for Jewish students on the Hopkins campus. The records of the Jewish Students Association (JSA) span the period 1976 to 1983, including posters, letters, the JSA newsletter and schedules of activities, correspondence, press releases, some financial information, newspaper clippings, information on the search for a campus rabbi, as well as broadsides and posters.
This is an artificially assembled collection of oral histories recorded with administration, faculty, staff, alumni, students, and other Johns Hopkins University affiliates, 1999-2004 and 2014-present. The early oral history interviews were faciliated by Mame Warren starting 1999, and as of 2014 by Hopkins Retrospective.
This collection contains recorded music and other records of Ketzev, a Jewish student a cappella group at Johns Hopkins University founded in 1997.
This collection constists of records created by Kranti, a South Asian fusion a cappella group at Johns Hopkins University.
Collection consists of notes of Louis J. Clark, a student at Johns Hopkins University, taken while he was in a course taught by Woodrow Wilson in January 1893.
The Maya Society of Johns Hopkins University was responsible for publishing the Maya Society Quarterly. This periodical aimed to "stimulate research into the languages, history and culture of the Maya." This collection contains three issues of the Maya Society Quarterly, dated December 1931, March 1932, and June 1932.