A classmate mourned
Hopkins community gathers to celebrate the life of slain
On a beautiful, breezy Tuesday morning, 2,000 students
gathered on Homewood's Keyser Quadrangle clad in
flip-flops, shorts and other summertime clothes, dressed to
remember 20-year-old Christopher Elser, a fun-loving junior
whose life had ended tragically two days earlier.
JHU Press names new director
Kathleen Keane's M.B.A. thesis was titled "Pricing
Scholarly Books: A Supervised Business Study." She says the
project gave her an "excellent introduction" to practical
economics, and to university press publishing. If that was
indeed an introduction, the subjects certainly made a very
good first impression, as they would become the
cornerstones of her distinguished career.
Hopkins Hillel opens doors to its new Charles Street home
Johns Hopkins Hillel will celebrate on Sunday the opening
of its new facility, the Smokler Center for Jewish Life,
Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Building. The building
dedication will be held at 11 a.m. in a
tent adjacent to Garland Hall.