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					SEPTEMBER TO
REMEMBER 2009
Involve Yourself!
Your back-to-school guide to programs on
campus and in the city of Baltimore: festivals,
concerts, comedy, sports, free food and more!

Sponsored by the Office of Student Activities
and the Office of Undergraduate Admissions
20 FREE THINGS TO DO IN BALTIMORE   1. Visit the Baltimore Museum of Art…it’s
                                        practically on campus!
                                    2. Discover Broadway Market in Fell’s Point
                                    3. Tour the Galleries at the Bromo Seltzer Arts
                                        Tower
                                    4. Climb the Washington Monument
                                    5. Visit the Edgar Allan Poe Grave
                                    6. Get a panoramic view from Federal Hill Park
                                    7. Tour the Enoch Pratt Free Library
                                    8. Bike the Gwynns Falls trails
                                    9. Party the first Friday of the Month in Hampden
                                    10. Visit the American Visionary Art Museum
                                        Sculpture Plaza & Wildflower Garden
                                    11. Walk the Inner Harbor Baltimore Waterfront promenade
                                    12. Take in the enticing sights, sounds and smells at Lexington Market
                                    13. Discover the charm of Little Italy
                                    14. Sharpen your photography skills at Sherwood Gardens
                                    15. Find your next great read at The Book Thing
                                    16. Explore the Walters Art Museum
                                    17. Play Volleyball at the Inner Harbor’s Rash Field
                                    18. Feed the ducks at the National Aquarium’s Waterfront Park
                                    19. Spend a Saturday morning at the Farmer’s Market on 32nd Street and Barclay
                                    20. Enjoy a picnic at Patapsco Valley State Park
                                        Source- Baltimore.org (2009)

                                                                                             September to Remember is presented by the Office of Student Activities,
                                                                                             with assistance from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions
                                                                                             Project Coordinators: Jason Heiserman, Director | Jillian Rickerd,
                                                                                             Administrative Assistant
                                                                                             Designer: Justin Britt, Marketing Caddie

                                                                                             All event descriptions in this publication were written by the sponsoring
                                                                                             department or organization. Event dates and times are subject to change.
                                                                                             Please see Today’s Announcements and the Office of Student Activities
                                                                                             website www.jhu.edu/studentactivities for updates.
CALENDAR OF EVENTS   Friday August 28                                                                 Saturday August 29
                     Move in: AMR I, Building A, Building B, and Hopkins Inn                          Move In: AMR II, Wolman, and McCoy
                     10:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m.                                                            9:00 a.m. -4:00 p.m.
                     The time has come to move into your new home for the next year!                  Freshmen living in AMR II, Wolman, and McCoy, you get to move into your
                     Students living in AMR I, Building A, Building B and Hopkins Inn move-in         rooms today! Sit back and relax as volunteers take all of your belongings
                     today. Volunteers will whisk all of your belongings from your car to your        from your car to your room! Sponsored by: Orientation
                     room, so you don’t have to do a thing! Sponsored by: Orientation
                                                                                                      Parents Welcome Reception
                     Parents Welcome Reception                                                        9:00 a.m. -4:00 p.m., Levering Hall Glass Pavilion
                     10:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m., Levering Hall Glass Pavilion                              Once your car is unloaded, parents are invited to the Glass Pavilion for
                     Once your car is unloaded, parents are invited to the Glass Pavilion for         refreshments and a chance to meet and mingle with parents of other
                     refreshments and a chance to meet and mingle with parents of other               incoming freshmen. Hopkins faculty, staff, and students will also be there
                     incoming freshmen. Hopkins faculty, staff, and students will also be there       to answer any questions you may have. Sponsored by: Orientation
                     to answer any questions you may have. Sponsored by: Orientation
                                                                                                      Linen Pick-up and Refrigerator/Microwave Rentals
                     Linen Pick-up and Refrigerator/Microwave Rentals                                 10:00 a.m. -4:00 p.m., Freshman Quad
                     10:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m., Freshman Quad                                             If you have ordered linens, stop by to retrieve them. Refrigerators and
                     If you have ordered linens, stop by to retrieve them. Refrigerators and          microwaves are also available for rent. Sponsored by: Orientation
                     microwaves are also available for rent. Sponsored by: Orientation
                                                                                                                            Hopkins Hillel Bagel Brunch
                     Homewood Museum Tours                                                                                  10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m., Hopkins Hillel
                     11:00 a.m. -4:00 p.m., Homewood Museum                                                                 Join Hopkins Hillel as they welcome the Class of 2013
                     Located on the Freshman Quad, next to the library, Homewood Museum                                     and their parents to learn more about Hillel and
                     offers a look at life in the early 19th century Baltimore. A national historic                         Jewish life on campus, with bagels, of course.
                     landmark built in 1801 by Charles Carroll Jr.; Homewood is renowned for
                     its elegant proportions, extravagant details, and superb collection of                                Historic Homewood Art Walk
                     American decorative arts. Free guided tours are provided for Johns                                    1:00 p.m. and 2:45 p.m.
                     Hopkins students and families. For more information, contact: Heather            1:00 tour departs from Homewood Museum, Homewood Campus; 2:00
                     Egan Stalfort, hestalfort@jhu.edu                                                tour departs from Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Drive. This
                                                                                                      fun, informative, and free guided walking tour covers over 200 years of
                     Orientation Shabbat Dinner                                                       history in less than a quarter mile. Traversing the east side of the
                     8:00 p.m., Smokler Center for Jewish Life (3109 N. Charles Street)               Homewood Campus, you’ll learn about seven historic and artistic sites
                     Join us for a free Shabbat dinner to welcome those already on campus!            between Homewood Museum and the Baltimore Museum of Art. For
                     Sponsored by: Hopkins Hillel                                                     more information, contact: Heather Egan Stalfort, hestalfort@jhu.edu

                     A Meet and Greet with Interactive Entertainment                                  Ice Cream Social
                     8:00-10:00 p.m., Fresh Food Café                                                 2:00-4:00 p.m., Bunting Meyerhoff Interfaith and Community Center (3509
                     Ready for your first glimpse of freshmen dining? Come enjoy some Fresh           N. Charles St.)
                     Food Café delights with both Guitar Hero and Karaoke at your disposal.           Campus Ministries invites you to an Ice Cream Social at the Bunting
                     Not a video game kind of person? Then stick to the old fashion games             Meyerhoff Interfaith and Community Service Center!
                     like Twister, Monopoly, or cards.
                                                                                                      Catholic Mass
                                               Ramadan                                                6:15-7:00 p.m., Bunting Meyerhoff Interfaith and Community Center (3509
                                               August 28 - September 20                               N. Charles St.)
                                               Every evening at sundown, Interfaith Center            Students and parents, you are invited to join the Catholic Community at
                                               Join the JHU Muslim Association as we break our        JHU for the first Mass of the academic year.
                                               fast together every evening during the month of
                                               Ramadan! For more information, contact                 Parents BSU & OLE Welcome Receptions
                                               jhuma@jhu.edu                                          6:30-7:15 p.m.
                                                                                                      Sherwood Room, Levering Hall: Parent Reception; Arellano Theatre,
                                                                                                      Levering Hall: Black Student Orientation; Great Hall, Levering Hall: Latino
                                                                                                           Student Orientation
                                                                                                                 The Black Student Union (BSU) and La Organizacion Latina
                                                                                                                        Estudantil (OLE) would like to invite all parents and Black
                                                                                                                              and Latino freshman to attend their welcoming
                                                                                                                                     event with light refreshments. Parents will
                                                                                                                                           have an opportunity to get any
                                                                                                                                                  questions answered by
                                                                                                                                                          administrators and
                                                                                                                                                                current students.
                                                                                                                                                                More          info.
                                                                                                                                                              contact: Mwende
                                                                                                                                                             Muindi              at
                                                                                                                                                           mmuindi1@gmail.com
                        Night of the Arts
                        7:00-9:00 p.m., Baltimore Museum of Art (10 Art Museum Drive)                           Monday August 31
                        All parents and students are welcome to enjoy a night of leisure and enrichment
                        at the Baltimore Museum of Art. The night will include refreshments and                 Pillow Talk
                        entertainment by talented Hopkins students. Tours of the museum will also be            5:30-6:30 p.m., Shaffer 3
                        available. Sponsored by: The Carey Foundation                                           For Freshman ladies only. Want to learn how to spice
                                                                                                                up your love life while engaging in safer sex practices?
                                                                                                                Ever wonder about flavored lube, Her Pleasure
                                                                                                                condoms or the Ring? Come hear about these and
                                                                                                                other birth control options available to you. It’s sex
Sunday August 30                                                                                                education you won’t want to miss! If you want to make
                                                                                                                sure you know where to get contraceptives, what
Hopkins Hillel Bagel Brunch                                                                                     exactly occurs during a gynecological exam and what
11:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m., Smokler Center for Jewish Life (3109 N. Charles Street)                                  women in college should be doing to stay healthy,
Welcome freshmen and parents. Come check out all Hillel has to offer with a bagel brunch.                       come to this session and learn all you need to know.
                                                                                                                Speakers: Barbara Gwinn, Associate Director of Center
Transfer Students Luncheon and Advising Session                                                                 of Health Education & Wellness, Brooke Nestor, Health
12:00-1:30 p.m., Levering Hall Great Hall                                                                       Promotion Specialist (CHEW), and members of PEEPS
Faculty and staff members will welcome Hopkins’ new transfer students, as well as their parents.                (Preventative Education and Empowerment for Peers).

Freshman BBQ at the Beach                                                                                       Queer at Hopkins
4:00-5:30 p.m., The Beach (the lawn outside of the library facing Charles Street)                               5:30-6:30 p.m., Hodson 210
                                                                                                                Queers, Straight-Allies, and everything in between:
Two of everyone’s favorite summer activities with a Hopkins twist. Get acquainted with our very own
                                                                                                                Are you a supporter of human rights, previously
Beach and enjoy one of your last BBQs of the summer with your new classmates and Peer Ambassadors.
                                                                                                                involved in LGBT groups, curious about the “gay-scene”
Sponsored by: Orientation
                                                                                                                in Baltimore, or even in question of your own sexual
                                                                                                                identity? Come to Queer at Hopkins to socialize with
Roast Marshmallows & Make S’mores with RUF Hopkins
                                                                                                                other students and casually discuss today’s LGBT
7:00 p.m., AMR BBQ Pit
                                                                                                                issues. Refreshments provided, ALL are welcome!
Join Reformed University Fellowship Hopkins as we have some fun, make some memories, and have a
great time making S’MORES. You can never get enough.                                                            How Healthy are JH-YOU?
                                                                                                                6:30-7:30 p.m., Shaffer 3
Freshman Playfair                                                                                               Stress-inducing homework, freshmen 15-causing
10:00-11:30 p.m., Ralph S. O’Connor Recreation Center                                                           snacks, sleep-depriving cram sessions. With so many
We don’t want to spoil the surprise of Playfair, but try to imagine your whole class in the Recreation Center   lifestyle changes in college, where does your health
running around and having a great time. Make sure you attend this event because it always ends up being         fit in!? Come find out during this interactive session
one of the most memorable experiences of Orientation.                                                           and see where you stack up in comparison to the
                                                                                                                “average” Hopkins student. Get tips to incorporate
Pajama Jam                                                                                                      healthy behaviors into your normal routine to keep
10:00 p.m.-2:00 a.m., Levering Hall Great Hall                                                                  your health in balance. From exercise, to sex, to
The Black Student Union would like to welcome all incoming freshmen to its annual “Pajama Jam.” Come                     safety, and sleep—this session will help you
decked out in your PJs and dance with your fellow classmates. Complete with a live DJ, this will be one of                        to be a happier, healthier JHyoU!
the hottest events of Orientation! For more information, contact: Nora Ali at nali8@jhu.edu                                               Event is open to all JHU
                                                                                                                                                  Freshman.
S’Mores, S’Mores, S’Mores                                                     Phi Mu Welcomes you to
8:30-9:30 p.m., AMR I BBQ Pit                                                 Hopkins!
Need a chocolate fix? A quick snack? Then you are                             2:00-4:00 p.m., Freshman
invited to join Reformed University Fellowship                                Quad
(RUF), a Christian fellowship for a marshmallow                               The sisters of Phi Mu
roastin’, and chocolate meltin’ good time! We’ll                              welcome you to Hopkins!
provide everything you need! For more                                         Come out to the
information, contact: Melynn Freeman at                                       Freshmen Quad and talk
mfreeman@ruf.org                                                              to the sisters of Phi Mu
                                                        about Hopkins, getting situated and Greek Life.          Greek Life at JHU
Sexcapades                                              Anything and Everything! Can’t wait to see you
8:30-9:30 p.m., Shriver Hall                            there! For more information, contact Kate Melia,         Johns Hopkins University has a vibrant
Come follow Ernest, a pubescent freshman, who           President, phimugammatau@gmail.com                       and active fraternity and sorority
learns about the birds and the bees during his                                                                   community. The community is made up
interactions with a female classmate. Sponsored         Tie-dying on the Beach                                   of twenty fraternities and sororities and
by: Orientation                                         2:00-4:00 p.m., the Beach                                claims just about 1,000 undergraduates as
                                                        Join Hopkins Hillel for some fun in the sun. We’ll       members. Undergraduates may join
Quad Movie: The Visitor                                 be tie-dying free Hillel t-shirts on the beach from      fraternities and sororities once they have
10:00 p.m.-Midnight, Upper Quad (Rain Location:         2:00-4:00 p.m. Stop by with friends and make one!        completed one semester in school and are
Shriver Hall)                                                                                                    not on academic probation. This gives
                                                                                                                 freshmen the opportunity to acclimate to
Join the rest of your classmates on the Upper Quad      Leadership Certification Initiative
                                                                                                                 campus life at JHU, get their feet under
to relax and watch a movie. The Upper Quad makes        2:00-3:00 p.m., Shaffer 3
                                                                                                                 them academically, and to scout out the
for a unique viewing experience that you will not       Learn about a new and exciting program offered
                                                                                                                 various Greek organizations. This also
want to miss. Popcorn will be provided. For more        through the Office of the Dean of Student Life: The      gives fraternity and sorority members a
information, contact: orientation@jhu.edu               Leadership Certification Initiative (LCI) program will   chance to get to know freshmen and to see
                                                        provide you with information about a series of           how involved and active freshmen become
Johns Hopkins Outdoors Club Trips                       programs designed to increase your leadership            in their first semester.
Various Wildernesses around Baltimore                   potential and train you for leadership positions in
JHOC has been taking JHU students outdoors for          student groups and other campus organizations.           You may be wondering, “Where are all the
free since 1972! Visit our website www.jhu.edu/         Speakers: Dr. William Smedick, Assistant to the          fraternity and sorority events for
outdoors to sign up for trips and get involved. This    Dean of Student Life and Director of Leadership          September?” Typically these events are
semester we will be hiking, biking, caving, ice         and Assessment Programs and members of the               planned once students return to campus
skating, rappelling, and s’moreing. More info.          JHU Senior Leadership Consultants                        for the fall semester. Fraternities and
contact: Ben Margolis at bmargol3@jhu.edu                                                                        sororities will host informational tables
                                                        Public Health Barbeque                                   during Orientation events and at the
                                                        3:00-5:00 p.m., AMRII Barbeque Pit (by the               Student Activities Fair on September 4.
Tuesday September 1                                     volleyball court)                                        Sororities will also host “meet the
                                                                                                                 freshmen” events throughout the fall
                                                        Public Health Student Forum and the Public Health
Freshman Class Photo                                                                                             semester. All these events afford freshmen
                                                        Studies Program invite all Public Health majors and
Noon -12:30 p.m., Upper Quad                                                                                     and unaffiliated students the opportunity
                                                        any potential Public Health majors to a barbeque.
                                                                                                                 to find out more about each organization,
                                                        Relax before classes start and meet the Public           meet the members, and learn about
Free Rita’s Italian Ice                                 Health Studies Program’s staff and other students.       membership requirements and new
1:00-2:00 p.m., Freshman Quad                           For more information, contact: Jessica Kraus,            member programs. Be on the lookout in
Hot? Thirsty? Need to cool off? Then you are            JKraus@jhu.edu                                           your daily announcement emails, fliers
invited to join Reformed University Fellowship                                                                   posted around campus, and at
(RUF), a Christian fellowship, and get free icy cold                                                             www.jhu.edu/greeklife.
  treats from Rita’s Italian Ice. More info, contact:
           Melynn Freeman at mfreeman@ruf.org
                                                          Coldstone on the Quad                                  Mental Notes Auditions
                                                          1:00 -3:00 p.m., Freshman Quad                         Thursday: 8-10:00 p.m., Friday: 8:00 p.m. -
                                                          Come meet the Jewish Student Association and           Midnight, Saturday: 10 p.m. -Midnight, Sunday:
                                                          have free Coldstone ice cream. Stop by for a           Callbacks
                                                          refreshing treat while they last!                      Join us for our fall auditions! Sign up after O-Show
                                                                                                                 or at SA fair. Walk ins welcome! Please prepare a
                                                          Tie Dye on the Quad                                    verse and chorus of a song.
                                                          2:00 p.m., Freshman Quad                               For more information, and location contact:
                                                          Join RUF Hopkins as we have some fun making tie-       mentalnotes@gmail.com
                                                          dye shirts. Bring your own shirt or get one from
                                                          us.                                                    Woodrow Wilson Debate Council Exhibition Round
                                                                                                                 8:00 p.m., Maryland 110 (subject to change)
      Student Profile:
                                                          O-A capella- Show                                      Come watch one of the nation’s top debate teams,
      Christine Fiedler, Goodrich, MI                     8:00-10:00 p.m., Shriver Hall                          the Woodrow Wilson Debate Council, engage in an
      Sophomore, International Studies                    The O-A cappella-Show, one of the students’            exhibition debate round. Established in 1892, the
                                                          favorite events, showcases JHU’s talented student      team debates against other universities in the
      Student Organization(s) you are                     a cappella groups and comedy improv troupe. You        Parliamentary Debate style. For more information
      involved in: Refugee Action Project,                will even have the opportunity to have your turn                              contact: siyer@jhu.edu
      Amnesty International, and Students for             in the spotlight by signing up for auditions after
      Environmental Action                                the show. For more information, contact: Eric                                   The     HOP    Presents
                                                          Beatty at Ebeatty@jhu.edu                                                       Hypnotist Tom Deluca
      Your favorite hangout spot on campus:                                                                                               9:00     p.m.,    Shriver
      The Beach or Einstein’s Bagels                                                                                                      Auditorium
                                                                                                                                          The     HOP     presents
      Your favorite local restaurant: One                 Thursday September 3                                   hypnotist Tom Deluca. Watch your friends become
      World Café- Try the Mac and Cheese!
                                                                                                                 hypnotized. He will make a believer out of you! Be
      Your favorite thing about being                     Welcome to my City Fair                                sure not to miss it! For more information: Rachel
      involved in Student Organizations: I                11:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m., Levering Quad and Glass         Navarre, RNavarre@jhu.edu.
      love being involved in Student                      Pavilion
      Organizations because it allows me to get           The Fair strives to build a stronger relationship      Campus Ministries Cosmic Coffeehouse
      to know fellow students I would not                 between undergraduates and Baltimore, a city rich      9:30 p.m. – midnight, Interfaith Center
      normally get to meet. It allows me                  in history and culture. It will feature Baltimore      Join us for a showcase of student music groups, open
      to develop skills useful for once I leave           businesses, restaurants, and cultural organizations,   mic, karaoke, Kosher Dunkin Donuts, s’mores, coffee,
      Hopkins and to stay active in causes I              showcasing the overall charm of this city. For more    hot chocolate, a variety of teas and more. More
      believe in.                                         info. contact: Welcome2bmore@gmail.com or              information: Kathy Schnurr, kschnurr@jhu.edu.
                                                          Bsimms3@jhu.edu. Sponsored by: The Office of
                                                          the Dean of Student Life
Beach BBQ: The Sequel                                                                                            Friday September 4
4:30-6:00 p.m., The Beach                                 Pepsi Lunchtime Concert Series—Mambo Combo,
Get excited for the Orioles Game with the ambiance        Soca and Samba                                         Student Employment Job Fair
of a tailgate without an asphalt backdrop.                Noon -2:00 p.m., Hopkins Plaza                         11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Levering Hall Glass Pavilion
Sponsored by: Orientation                                 Downtown Partnership’s Annual 1st Thursday             Thinking about getting a student job? Hundreds of
                                                          Lunchtime Concert Series. Bring your lunch and         campus jobs are available at both the Homewood
                        Baltimore Orioles vs. New         enjoy a free showcase of local Baltimore artists.      and medical campuses. Part-time, off-campus, and
                        York Yankees                      More info: www.godowntownbaltimore.com.                community service jobs are available as well. There
                        7:05 p.m., Oriole Park at                                                                will be free refreshments and door prizes. For more
                        Camden Yards                      Sundaes on the Quad                                    information, visit www.jhu.edu/stujob. Sponsored
                        Free T-shirt to the first         1:00 p.m., Freshman Quad                               by: Student Employment Office & Orientation
                        10,000 fans (age 15 and           Join RUF Hopkins as we make sundaes for a fun
                        over) and $5 upper reserve        treat. We’ll provide the ingredients. You provide                              Student Activities Fair
                        tickets. For ticket info, visit   the creativity.                                                                2:00 -5:00 p.m., O’ Connor
                        www.theorioles.com.                                                                                              Recreation Center
                                                          Hopkins Hillel Welcome Back Barbeque                                           Come out and meet over
Wednesday September 2                                     5:00 -7:00 p.m., Smokler Center for Jewish Life                                200 student groups at this
                                                                                                                                         year’s Student Activities
                                                          (3109 N. Charles Street)
                                                          Stop by Hillel for our annual Welcome Back                                     Fair! There will be
First day of classes                                      Barbeque! We’re having dinner from 5:00-7:00                                   information about all of
                                                          p.m. so bring your friends and catch up after                                  the groups, and students
September 2 nd -3 rd In person registration for           summer vacation.                                       will be given the opportunity to learn about the
graduate students                                                                                                many ways to get involved on campus and in the
                                                          Hopkins Christian Fellowship Fall kickoff              community. For more information, contact: Jillian
Stay the Course                                           7:00 p.m., Levering Hall Great Hall                    Rickerd at StudentActivities@jhu.edu.
11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Freshmen Quad                     HCF starts off the semester with a party in the
Don’t think alcohol can impair your abilities? Take       Great Hall. All are welcome in for dinner and a time                           Men’s Soccer vs. Buffalo
the beer goggles challenge and navigate an obstacle       to meet the members of HCF, meet each other, and                               State College
course while wearing the infamous “Drunk                  enjoy a night of games and festivities. For more                               5:00 p.m., Homewood
Goggles.” Can you find your way B.A.C. home?              information, contact: njflora@gmail.com,                                       Field
Sponsored by: Center for Health Education &               ebrownh1.jhu@gmail.com.
Wellness (CHEW)                                                                                                                          Volleyball, Johns Hopkins
                                                                                                                                         Invitational
                                                                                                                                         5:00 p.m., Goldfarb Gym
Summer Sounds at the Square                           Hopkins Christian Fellowship First Large Group
6:00 -9:00 p.m., Belvedere Square                     8:00 p.m., Mergenthaler 111
Enjoy food and drinks from the restaurants and        Large Group meetings are a time for the entire
market at Belvedere Square while listening to the     HCF community to come together to worship
beach music of Sons of Pirates. For more              God, discuss spiritual and moral issues, and learn
information, visit www.belvederesquare.com            from each other while enjoying the company of
                                                      friends. Any and all are welcome. For more
RUF Hopkins visits Camden Yards                       information, contact: njflora@gmail.com,
6:15 p.m., Meet at the Beach                          ebrownh1.jhu@gmail.com.
Join RUF Hopkins for a fun evening as we take in an
Orioles game at Camden Yards. Tickets are $6.00
                                                      Saturday September 5
Ballroom Dance Lessons
7:30 - 10:00 p.m., Location TBA                                                Farmers Market
Waltz, rumba and tango lessons for beginners and                               9:00 a.m. - Noon, meet
advanced dancers are taught by instructors Dave                                on the Beach at 10:00
and Anne Greene. Participants may bring snacks                                 a.m. for a guided walk
to share. Admission is free. (410) 599-3725.                                   Maintaining your health
Sponsored by: Hopkins ROTC                                                     can be difficult
                                                                               while in
Agape Campus Christian Fellowship Large Group                                  college.
Friday Nights, Sept 4th - Dec 11th                    Supplement your diet with organic
7:30 p.m., Schaffer (Room TBA)                        and local vegetables, fruits, cheeses,
Weekly fellowship gathering to experience God         meats, and desserts from
through worship, biblical teaching, and prayer. For   Baltimore’s Farmer’s Market (only
more info. contact: nathanskim@gmail.com              three blocks from campus!)

Stepping Stone Ministry Friday Service                RUF Pancake Breakfast
7:30 p.m., Shaffer 303                                9:30-11:00 a.m., Charles
Friday night services are a time of worship and       Commons Kitchen
reflection. For more information, contact:            Join RUF Hopkins for a pancake
jkim252@jhu.edu.                                      breakfast. All are welcome!

Hopkins Hillel Shabbat Dinner                         Volleyball, Johns Hopkins
8:00 p.m., Smokler Center for Jewish Life (3109 N.    Invitational
Charles Street)                                       10:00 a.m., Goldfarb Gym
Join us for our first FREE Shabbat dinner of the
year!                                                 Women’s Soccer vs.
                                                      Washington University
                        O-Dance Show                  Noon, Homewood Field
                        8:00-9:30 p.m., Shriver
                        Hall
                        Interested in dance on
                        campus? Come to the O-
                        Dance-Show and enjoy the
                        talents       of     our
                        undergraduate dance
groups including ballet, belly dance, breakdance,
hip hop, Indian fusion, jazz, modern, and more.
Most dance groups welcome all
participants no matter your level of
expertise, with no auditions
required. For information, contact:
ebeatty@jhu.edu

The Johns Hopkins University
Barnstormers Present: “The Hand
That Cradles The Rock” by Warren
Graves
September 4th-6th
Fri at 8:00 p.m., Sat at 8:00 p.m., and
Sun at 3:00 p.m., Swirnow Theatre
The Barnstormers will be putting on
their annual O-Show: A play by
Warren Graves. Female assertiveness
and a male’s fears for his masculinity
have never been funnier than in
this popular comedy that plays
the role reversal theme from
every angle. More information:
jhubarnstormers@gmail.com
                                              SigEp Dorm Wars
Local Concert Venues                          1:00 p.m., BIA Fields (behind Homewood Field,           Sunday September 6
                                              down the hill)
                                              SigEp Dorm Wars celebrates its 5th year with a day      Campus Wide Scavenger Hunt
Merriweather Post Pavilion                    of action-packed excitement on the BIA Fields.          2:00-4:00 p.m. For more information, contact:
www.merriweathermusic.com                     Come join in the fun as Hopkins’ Residence Halls        Rachel Navarre at RNavarre@jhu.edu or visit: http:/
10475 Little Patuxent Parkway                 square off against one another in a (mostly)            /web.jhu.edu/orientation/
Columbia, MD 21044                            friendly competition for campus superiority. For
September shows include Counting Crows,       more       information,     please       contact:       Women’s Soccer vs. Lynchburg College
Kings of Leon, Alan Jackson, and WPOC         JHUSigEpMA@gmail.com                                    3:30 p.m., Homewood Field
Sunday in the Country
                                              Ultimate Frisbee Freshmen Pickup                        Stepping Stone Ministry Sunday Service
The Ottobar                                   2:00 p.m., Freshman Quad                                September 6th, 13th, 20th, and 27th
www.theottobar.com                            Come out and enjoy some tossing and a friendly          4:00 p.m., Shaffer 3
2549 N. Howard Street                         pickup game with the Hopkins Women’s Ultimate           Our Sunday Services are casual and dynamic. They
Baltimore, MD 21218                           Frisbee Club team! No experience necessary! For         are times of worship, celebration, teaching and
September shows include Between the Trees,    more information, contact: Julie Fogarty at             hanging out with new friends and family. For more
Naked Raygun, Angry Samoans, and Dear         jfogart3@jhu.edu                                        information, contact: jkim252@jhu.edu.
and the Headlights
                                              aKDPhi Kick-Off BBQ                                                               Orientation Pass: Inner
Ram’s Head Live!                              4:00-7:00 p.m., AMR BBQ Pit                                                       Harbor Trip
www.ramsheadlive.com                          Put on your shades and come flip some burgers                                     3:30-11:00 p.m.
20 Market Place                               with the sisters to kick off the start of a great new                             Inner Harbor Buses load on
Power Plant Live!                             semester! For more information, contact: Alex                                     the Beach at 3:30 p.m.,
Baltimore, MD 21202                                                                                                             4:00 p.m., 4:30 p.m., 5:00
                                              Ruan (510) 366-4937 or Jess Hu (805) 259-7636.
September shows include Janeane Garafalo,
                                                                                                                                p.m. and 5:30 p.m.
Robin Trower, Moby, Fools and Horses, Kix,
                                              Men’s Soccer vs. Susquehanna University                                           Now that you have spent a
Porcupine Tree, and Lucinda Williams
                                              5:00 p.m., Homewood Field                                                         few days on campus and
                                                                                                      are no longer getting lost on the way to the
The Recher Theatre
www.therechertheatre.com                                               Comedy Show with Dan           bathroom, we think you are prepared to explore
512 York Road                                                          Levy                           life off-campus. With great attractions in the Inner
Towson, MD 21204                                                       10:00 p.m. -Midnight,          Harbor like the National Aquarium in Baltimore
September shows include Badfish, Secondhand                            Shriver Hall                   (available from 8:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.) and the 360
Serenade, Immortal Technique and Jedi Mind                             Orientation is proud to        view at the top of the World Trade Center (available
Tricks, Mat Kearney, and Buckethead                                    offer a comedy show            all day), you’ll see why we love the city of Baltimore.
                                                                       featuring Dan Levy. While      If you purchased the Orientation Pass, you hold the
Sonar                                                                  a student at Emerson           key to one of the most fun evenings of Orientation.
www.sonarbaltimore.com                                                 College in Boston MA,
407 E. Saratoga Street                        Levy won the title of funniest college comedian in
Baltimore, MD 21202                           America at the HBO US Comedy Arts Festival in
September shows include Need To Breathe,      Aspen, CO. Since then Levy has appeared on the
Big Daddy Kane, Ruiner, Down, Death           Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival and has
Vessel & Princeton, Akron/Family, Salome,     made appearances on Comedy Central’s Premium
D12, Lewd Acts, Matt and Kim, The             Blend, Comedy Central Presents: Dan Levy The
Horrors, Face To Face, Stratovaruis,          Late, Late, Show and has hosted three shows on
Mutemath, Heathh, and Thomas Function         MTV, including Your Face or Mine, The Reality Show
                                              and Pretty Smart: Spring Break 08. Sponsored by:
                                              The HOP and Greek Life
Freshman/Sophomore Open House                            Ramadinner                                              JHU Choral Society First Rehearsal
4:30-6:00 p.m., Career Center (Garland Hall 3rd Floor)   7:30 p.m., Smokler Center                               7:00 p.m., Mattin Center SDS Room
The Career Center is opening its doors to welcome        The Jewish Student Association and the Muslim           The Choral Society is the oldest music group on
you. Stop by for a couple of minutes or stay the         Association are teaming up to break our fast            campus and performs classical music. Come find
whole time, register to win a $50 gift certificate to    together and learn about each other’s religion. For     out about our repertoire for this semester! For
Best Buy, enjoy good food, and spin the wheel to         more information, contact jhuma@jhu.edu                 info. contact: jhuchoralsociety@gmail.com
win a door prize. For more info: Chelsea Haring at
charing1@jhu.edu
                                                         Tuesday September 8                                     aKDPhi Philanthropy Event
                                                                                                                 7:00 p.m., AMR 2 Game Room
Monday September 7                                       Welcome Week
                                                                                                                 Come out to meet the sisters of aKDPhi and
                                                                                                                 decorate cookies and cupcakes for the Hopkins
                                                         September 8th- 11th                                     Children Center! For more information contact:
Labor Day- No Classes                                    8:30 a.m. -5:00 p.m., Career Center (Garland Hall       Alex Ruan aruan1@jhu.edu or Jess Hu
                                                         3rd Floor)                                              jhu12@jhu.edu.
Stepping Stone Ministry Wal-Mart Trip                    The first 100 visitors each day during this week will
Noon, Pick-up in front of MSE Library                    receive a prize! Stop by Garland Hall, 3rd Floor, to    RUF Hopkins Main Meeting Kick Off
Need to buy some last minute things from Wal-            get acquainted with the Career Center. Enjoy some       8:00 p.m., Levering Hall Conference Room A
Mart or Target? Get a lift and a chance to eat off       refreshments and take advantage of Drop-Ins.            Join RUF Hopkins for our first main meeting, which
campus. Meet in front of MSE at 12:00 p.m. For           Welcome to JHU! For more information, contact           will include Bible study, prayer and praise.
more information, contact: jkim252@jhu.edu               Chelsea Haring at charing1@jhu.edu
                                                                                                                                         Habitat for Humanity First
Heritage Walk through Baltimore City                     CRASH (Creating Responsibility in Adolescent                                    General Body Meeting
1:00 p.m., Meet at the Beach                             Sexual Health) Info Session                                                     8:00 p.m., Mattin 161
Join RUF Hopkins as we go for a leisurely stroll         6:00-6:30 p.m., Mattin 162                                                      Come to the first Habitat
through the city on the Heritage Trail. We’ll see a      Looking for a low-commitment, high-impact                                       for Humanity meeting of
lot of the historic landmarks of Baltimore City on       volunteer program? Join CRASH, as we develop                                    the semester. Patty
this trail.                                              strong bonds with Baltimore’s youth by teaching                                 Prasado-Rao, Sandtown
                                                         interactive reproductive health. Learn more at                                  Habitat, will come to speak
RAB General Body Meeting                                 www.jhucrash.webnode.com.           For more                                    about the Sandtown
September 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th                      information, contact: jhucrash@gmail.com.               neighborhood and how you can help. We’ll also be
7:00 p.m., AMR I MPR                                     Sponsored by: Center for Social Concern
                                                                                                                 giving out information about upcoming events and
Come out and join in the fun with the Residential                                                                work trips. For more information, contact:
Advisory Board. RAB is responsible for large scale       Certificate on Aging Open House
                                                                                                                 JHUHabitat@gmail.com
residential events and activities. This is a great way   6:30 -8:00 p.m., Shaffer Hall
to get involved, meet other students, and get some       Built upon the solid tradition of excellence, Johns
                                                                                                                 Students For Choice- First Meeting!
free food! For more information, contact: Lara           Hopkins University offers a Certificate on Aging.
                                                                                                                 9:00-10:00 p.m., Mattin Center, Room 120 (Student
India or Mary Vitale, hopkinsRAB@gmail.com.              The non-credit certificate is designed for those
                                                                                                                 Activities)
                                                         who work with aging adults and their families—
                                                                                                                 Support reproductive rights for your campus, your
                                                         clergy, financial planners, lawyers, nurses, social
                                                                                                                 state, and your country! Join Students for Choice
                                                                                   workers, volunteers, and
                                                                                                                 as we kick off an exciting year of pro-choice activism
                                                                                   work/life      planners.
                                                                                                                 at JHU.       For more information, contact
                                                                                   The noncredit program
                                                                                                                 jhuchoice@gmail.com
                                                                                   does not have tests or
                                                                                   grades, just attendance
                                                                                   requirements.
                                                                                   Learn more about the
                                                                                   program and talk
                                                                                   to instructors        and
                                                                                   students during this
                                                                                   open house. More info:
                                                                                   bfitzek@jhu.edu
                                                                                                Chipotle

LOCAL DINING OPTIONS
                       Levering Food Court and Pura Vida Organic Coffee
                       Levering Hall                                                            3201 St. Paul St. (410) 662-1701
                       Lunchtime options, plus a gourmet coffee bar.                            Mexican food custom-made for you.

                       Café Q                                                                   Ruby Tuesday
                       MSE Library, Q-Level                                                     3003 N. Charles St. (410) 467-8155
                       Study break spot for quick coffee, pastries, and sandwiches.             Chain restaurant, but with lots of Baltimore and Johns Hopkins
                                                                                                sports memorabilia.
                       Nolan’s on 33rd
                       Charles Commons                                                          Sam’s Bagels
                       Evening dining featuring brick-oven pizza, salads, sandwiches, and       3121 St. Paul St. (410) 467-1809
                       international offerings.                                                 A great place to grab a bite to go on a busy morning, or to sit and
                                                                                                chat with friends over breakfast or lunch.
                                               Charles Street Market/Einstein Bros. Bagels
                                               Wolman Hall                                      Canterbury/Tuscany (University Parkway Area)
                                               Grab-and-go convenience spot plus a famous
                                               bagel classic.                                   La Famiglia
                                                                                                3811 Canterbury Rd. (443) 579-8112
                                               Silk Road Express                                Northern Italian cuisine served in a classy, modern setting that
                                               Mattin Center                                    includes an outdoor terrace.
                                               Popular student lunch spot featuring pan-
                                               Asian fare.                                      Alizée
                                                                                                4 W. University Pkwy. (443) 449-6200
                       Gertrude’s at the Baltimore Museum of Art                                A new bistro and wine bar with an accomplished chef for special
                       10 Art Museum Dr. (410) 889-3399                                         occasion dinners.
                       Artfully presented Chesapeake favorites in an elegant setting.
                                                                                                                        One World Café
                       Charles Village (N. Charles, St. Paul, and 29th Streets)                                         100 W. University Pkwy. (410) 235-5777
                                                                                                                        An ample selection of vegetarian and vegan
                       Donna’s                                                                                          fare, coffee, and baked goods.
                       3101 St. Paul St. (410) 889-3410
                       Light fare with sidewalk dining, including salads, pizzas, sandwiches,                           Hampden (36th Street “The Avenue””)
                       coffee, and homemade desserts.
                                                                                                                        Café Hon
                                               Carma’s Café                                                             1002 W. 36th St. (410) 243-1230
                                               3120 St. Paul St. (410) 243-5200                                         Baltimore classics in a unique
                                               European-style café serving breakfast and                                atmosphere.
                                               lunch.
                                                                                                                        Golden West Café
                                               Eddie’s Market                                                           1105 W. 36th St. (410) 889-8891
                                               3117 St. Paul St. (410) 889-1558                                         An eclectic mix of cuisine in a funky,
                                               Made-to-order gourmet deli sandwiches at the                             artistic setting.
                                               back of the market.
                                                                                                Grill/Art
                                               Paper Moon Diner                                 1011 W. 36th St. (410) 366-2005
                                               227 W. 29th St. (410) 889-4444                   Sophisticated nouveau American fare at modest prices.
                                               Casual, whimsical, wildly decorated diner with
                                               inexpensive, good food.                          Holy Frijoles!
                                                                                                908 W. 36th St. (410) 235-BEAN
                                                Niwana                                          Local favorite for hearty Mexican food.
                                                3 E. 33rd St. (410) 366-4115
                                                Asian cuisine with a large                      The Dogwood
                                                menu including Korean                           911 W. 36th St. (410) 889-0952
                                        specialties.                                             Voted Best Sustainable Restaurant by Baltimore Magazine, with a
                                                                                                      contemporary spin on classic favorites.
THE OFFICE OF UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSIONS WELCOMES YOU TO
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY!
We hope that you enjoy the exciting first few days of college. There’s lots to learn and plenty to do—as you can see by this guide. One great
way to get involved is to volunteer with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, where you’ll meet new people, help us reach out to
prospective students, and get unbeatable experience for your résumé.

Check out our volunteer positions for:

       ·    Overnight hosting—Did you stay in a residence hall with a current student before you came to Hopkins? Now it’s
            your turn to show a newbie the ropes while helping them get acquainted with the university.
       ·    Open House—Open House is an exciting time for the Admissions Office and we can always use an extra set of hands.
            We hold well-attended events in the summer, fall, and spring.
       ·    Tour guides—Get exercise, learn to speak clearly and loudly to a group, and master the art of walking backwards.
            Open only for sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
       ·    Student interviewers—Speak with prospective students about their goals and ambitions and tell them about your
            time at Hopkins. Open only for juniors and seniors.
       ·    Multicultural student recruitment programs—Help us reach out to students through e-mail and phone-a-thons,
            tours, community projects, and overnight hosting, as well as special events.
       ·    Engineering ambassadors—Show prospective students around the labs and facilities and help with other engineering
            events and outreach efforts.


Interested in helping us recruit amazing students (just like you!)? Visit apply.jhu.edu/volunteer/ for more information and an online
request form. Questions? Contact us at gotojhu@jhu.edu.

Have a great semester!
                                                           GRLL: Religion & Science in Early Modern                Hopkins Christian Fellowship Large group
Wednesday September 9                                      European Literature                                     8:00 p.m., Mergenthaler 111
                                                           This event recurs on Wednesday every week until         Similar to the first Large Group meeting, the second
Birthright Registration Opens                              September 16th                                          will focus less on introductions and discussions of
All Day                                                    5:15 -7:15 p.m., Dell House 101A                        the past summer and more on the coming year. A
Let’s go to Israel for free this winter! Join Johns        A three-part seminar series with Joachim Küpper of      guest speaker and live musical worship will be
Hopkins Hillel and Amazing Israel for the trip of a        the Freie Universität Berlin. Pre-circulated readings   included. Any and all are welcome. For more
lifetime, sponsored by Taglit-Birthright Israel. This      will be available by email request (grll@jhu.edu) or    information, contact: njflora@gmail.com or
incredible Taglit-Birthright Israel trip is a chance to    in the German & Romance Languages office in             ebrownh1.jhu@gmail.com
travel with other Hopkins students, engage in an           August. In this series of seminars we will discuss
active and pluralistic approach to Israel and Judaism,     the question of how the relation between religion
and spend 10 days exploring an incredible country.         and emerging science is staged in some important        Thursday September 10
For     more      information,        please      visit:   early modern literary texts. Meetings will focus on
www.amazingisrael.com                                      Dante’s Divine Comedy, on Leon Ebreo’s Dialoghi
                                                                                                                   Dean’s Lecture Series, Featuring Carolyn Woo
                                                           d’amore, on Cervantes’ Quijote and on Calderón’s
                                                                                                                   5:00 p.m., Mason Hall Auditorium
Brains on the Breezeway                                    La vida es sueño. Montaigne’s Essais may also be
                                                                                                                   A quarterly lecture series focused on business
11:00 a.m. -2:00 p.m., the Krieger Breezeway               discussed. In addition we will consider attitudes
                                                                                                                   education. For more information, contact: The
Come find out about Nu Rho Psi, the Johns Hopkins          towards science suggested by the religious
                                                                                                                   Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Alumni Office
Neuroscience Society, while winning brainy prizes and      movements that shaped Western European culture.
                                                                                                                   at carey.alumni@jhu.edu
grabbing some free food. Membership applications           Meetings are open to graduate students and
will be available to interested students.                  advanced undergraduates. More information:
                                                                                                                   Generic Hybridity & Authorial Anxiety
                                                           rswisdak@jhu.edu
                                                                                                                   5:15 - 7:15 p.m., Dell House 101A
Preparing for On-Campus Recruiting
                                                                                                                   A lecture by François Rigolot, Princeton University.
4:00-5:00 p.m. Levering Hall Sherwood Room                 Men’s Soccer vs. Neumann College
                                                                                                                   For more information, contact: rswisdak@jhu.edu.
On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) is a valuable tool if you       7:00 p.m., Homewood Field
                                                                                                                   Co-sponsored by German & Romance Languages
use it well. This workshop covers all the basics and
                                                                                                                   and Literatures and the Singleton Center for
offers important tips on using the Career Center’s                                 Want To Be An Outdoor
                                                                                                                   Premodern Studies.
online job database, J-Connect. Learn the secrets                                  Leader?
to OCR success! For more information, contact                                      7:00 p.m., Athletic Center
                                                                                                                   Special Persian Poetry Night
Chelsea Haring at charing1@jhu.edu                                                 Trophy Room
                                                                                                                   6:00-8:00 p.m., Chocolatea (3811 Canterbury Rd.)
                                                                                   Do you love the outdoors?
                                                                                                                   The Iranian Society is inviting a distinguished Persian
                                                                                   Want to lead trips for
                                                                                                                   literature expert to give us a lecture on one of
                                                                                   Outdoor Pursuits or the
                                                                                                                   famous poets called “Hafez”. For more information:
                                                                                   Hopkins Outdoors Club?
                                                                                                                   roshanak.nateghi@gmail.com
                                                           Come to this informational meeting to see what
                                                           these groups are all about. For more information,
                                                                                        visit: jhu.edu/op or
                                                                                           jhu.edu/outdoors
Vietnamese Student Association First General Meeting and Elections
8:00 p.m., AMR I MPR (subject to change)
The Vietnamese Students Association will be meeting to plan out activities for the school year, such as our          Baltimore Arts & Culture
annual Pho Night, fundraising for better education in Vietnam, and other cultural events. Everyone is
welcome and we’ll be making some spring rolls together! For more information, or to be added to the
                                                                                                                     September Performances
mailing list contact: Ryan at jhuvsa@gmail.com                                                                       and Exhibits

Taiwanese American Students Association First General Meeting
Time and location: TBA                                                                                               American Visionary Art Museum,
Come to the first TASA meeting of the year and learn about all the exciting events we have planned for the           www.avam.org/
semester. Show up to enjoy free authentic Taiwanese food and meet new people! For more information,                  The Marriage of Art, Science & Philosophy,
contact jhuTASA@gmail.com                                                                                            through September 6th

                                                                                                                     Baltimore Concert Opera,
Friday September 11                                                                                                  www.baltimoreconcertopera.com/
                                                                                                                     Faust, September 11th and 13th

Introduction to Sailing                                                                                              Baltimore Symphony Orchestra,
3:00 p.m., Inner Harbor (Meet at Outdoor Pursuits Basecamp)                                                          www.bsomusic.org/
There’s no better way to make a quick escape than to spend an afternoon out on the open water. Join us               Gala Celebration with Lang Lang,
for our first sailing trip of the year. For more information, trip dates, and registration, visit: jhu.edu/sailing   September 12th
                                                                                                                     Time for Three, September 24-25
                         Hopkins Symphony Orchestra auditions
                         September 11-12                                                                             Community Concerts at Second,
                         4:00 - 9:00 p.m., Mattin Center SDS Room                                                    www.communityconcertsatsecond.org/
                         If you want to join the Hopkins Symphony Orchestra or Chamber Orchestra this                Free Monthly Concerts on Sundays at 3:30
                         year, register online for an audition at www.jhu.edu/jhso between August 3 rd and           p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
                         September 4th. The web site has full audition instructions, concert repertoire, and
                         schedules. For more information, contact: Edie Stern, hso@jhu.edu, 410 516-6542             Contemporary Museum,
                                                                                                                     www.contemporary.org/
Gospel Choir Dessert Social                                                                                          FAX invites a multigenerational group of
5:00 p.m., Mattin Center SDS Room                                                                                    artists, as well as architects, designers,
Meet all the members and musicians of the Gospel Choir for some games and tasty desserts. If you have                scientists and filmmakers, to conceive of
                                                                                                                     the fax machine as a tool for thinking and
any remote interest in fun, Jesus, singing, instruments, or desserts we hope to see you there! For more
                                                                                                                     drawing. Begins September 12th
information, contact: gospel@jhu.edu
                                                                                                                     Little Italy,
Hopkins Taekwondo Fall Demo
                                                                                                                     www.littleitalymd.com
6:00 p.m., Recreation Center, Evans Room West                                                                        Friday night dinners at the Sons of Italy Lodge
Come check out Hopkins TKD at our fall demo. Members of the club and team will demonstrate this Korean               and Taste of Little Italy with a Miss Little Italy
martial art. Interested students will have the opportunity to observe, talk to current members of the club,          beauty pageant and vocal contest.
and sign up for free classes. For more information, contact: HopkinsTKD@jhu.edu
                                                                                                                     Lyric Opera House,
   Filipino Students Association’s Back-to-School Potluck                                                            www.lyricoperahouse.com/
       7:00 p.m., Location TBA                                                                                       Rickey Smiley, September 19th
           The Filipino Students Association (FSA) invites you to join its annual back-to-school potluck!
              Anyone who’s interested in learning more about FSA and/or joining FSA is welcome. For                  Opera Vivente, www.operavivente.org/
                   more details, please send an e-mail to jhu.fsa@gmail.com. For information, contact                Cinderella, September 25th and 27th
                      Kate Flores kflores3@jhu.edu
RUF Hopkins Praise & Worship                            Convergence! Free Community & JHU Block Party            Gloves & Skates
8:30 p.m., Levering Hall Sherwood Room                  3:00-6:00 p.m.                                           1:30 p.m., Meet at Wolman Lobby
Join RUF Hopkins, a Christian Fellowship on campus,     West side of the 3200 block of St. Paul Street           Get on the Ice with the sisters of Alpha Kappa
for a night of singing and praise.                      Start off the year at Convergence! A free                Decta Phi and the brothers of UMCP’s Phi Delta
                                                        community block party with free food, raffles,           Sigma More information, contact: Alex Ruan
Stepping Stone Ministry Bowling Night                   carnival games, and prizes! Invite your friends from     aruan1@jhu.edu or Jess Hu jhu12@jhu.edu
Time: TBA, Meet at Shaffer 3                            3:00-6:00 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 12th, on the west
Here’s your chance to go bowling and get some food      side of the 3200 block of St. Paul St. (no rain date).   JHU Classical Ballet Company Beginners’ Workshop
off campus. For more information, contact:              More information, contact: eokeefe2@jhu.edu.             1:30 -3:00 p.m., Mattin Center Dance Studio
jkim252@jhu.edu                                         Sponsored by: Office of Community Affairs                Do you dream of tutus and toe shoes? Come to JHU
                                                                                                                 Ballet’s Beginners’ Workshop! Company members
                                                        Throat Culture’s Orientation Show                        will introduce basic steps and positions, lead
Saturday September 12                                   8:00 p.m., Arellano Theatre                              exercises, and provide information on joining the
                                                        The Johns Hopkins University’s Only Sketch Comedy        Company for the fall semester. Open to all JHU
                         Korean Festival                Group will be putting on its annual Orientation show.    students. For more information, contact: Mary
                         Hopkins Plaza, Hopkins Place   More information: jhubarnstormers@gmail.com              Dzwonchyk,         Publicity    Manager,       at
                         and Charles Street                                                                      mdzwonchyk@gmail.com
                         This     annual     festival   Gala Celebration with Lang Lang
                         celebrates Korean culture      8:30 p.m., Baltimore Symphony at the Meyerhoff           Night at the Aquarium featuring Y-Love
                         with traditional dances, Tae   Pianist Lang Lang joins Marin Alsop and the              7:00-10:00 p.m., National Aquarium in Baltimore
                         Kwon Do demonstrations,        Baltimore Symphony Orchestra to kick off the             (transportation provided from the Smokler Center)
                         children’s games and other     2009-2010 season with Tchaikovsky’s unforgettable        See live performers featuring Y-Love in one of
activities. For information, contact: (410) 242-6838    First Piano Concerto. Local performers will also be      Baltimore’s main attractions, the National
or (410) 625-2442                                       present celebrating the new season. For more             Aquarium! This Baltimore wide event attracts
                                                        information, contact: www.bsomusic.org.                  students from neighboring universities.
Taiwanese American Students Association Trip to                                                                  Refreshments will be provided. Cost to students is
Rockville                                                                        Ukrainian Festival              $5 in advance. For more information, and to sign
11:00 a.m., Meet in front of MSE Library                                         September 12-13                 up visit: www.hopkinshillel.org.
Join TASA as we travel to Rockville. We’ll be eating                             Patterson Park, Eastern and
lunch at the popular Bob’s Noodle 66, followed by a                              Linwood Avenues                 Taiwanese American Students Association
shopping spree at a Taiwanese supermarket, as well                               There will be performances      Freshmen Elections
as a trip to a nearby karaoke hotspot to cap off the                             by dance groups, musicians      Time and Location: TBA
night. More information: jhuTASA@gmail.com                                       and singers, a Ukrainian        Run for one of two Freshmen Representative
                                                                                 Easter egg demonstration,       positions in TASA to get more involved with our
Inter-Asian Council Freshman BBQ                                                 pierogi-eating contest, beer    club! Come out to support your friends and get
11:30 a.m., AMR I MPR then AMR BBQ pit                  garden, ethnic crafts, pony rides and more. More         some free shaved ice! For more information,
Come meet JHU’s Inter-Asian Council (IAC)! Learn        info: (410) 687-3465, www.ukrainianfestival.net.         contact jhuTASA@gmail.com
how you can get involved in the diverse community
that Hopkins has to offer. Of course there will be
plenty of free food to go around! For information,      Sunday September 13                                      Monday September 14
contact: iacjhu@gmail.com
                                                        The Inauguration of Ronald J. Daniels, 14 th             Screening of “Seeing Through the Fence”
                         Be the Change- The             President of the Johns Hopkins University                7:00 p.m., Charles Commons Multipurpose Room
                         President’s Day of Service                                                              Through a series of humorous and poignant
                         1:00 p.m. Kick-off event;      Baltimore Ravens vs. Kansas City Chiefs                  interviews, “Seeing Through The Fence” explores
                         Service from 2:00-4:30 p.m.    1:00 p.m., M&T Bank Stadium                              our attitudes about the role of food in modern
                         Check-in and Kick-off          For ticket info, visit www.baltimoreravens.com.          society and our connection, or lack of connection,
                         Location: Ralph S. O’Connor                                                             with the processes and animals from which our food
                         Recreation Center                                                                       originates. More info: jhupaws@gmail.com.
                         Held during President                                                                   Sponsored by the Pet and Animal
                         Daniel’s Inauguration                                                                   Welfare Society and
weekend, this event is open to all students, staff                                                               Prometheus.
and faculty. Participants will do projects such as
planting trees and sorting food donations. Pre-
registration required: http://www.jhu.edu/csc/.
For more information, contact
Presidentsdayofsvc@jhu.edu

Football vs. Randolph-Macon
College
1:00 p.m., Homewood Field
Tuesday September 15                                   Wednesday September 16
CHEW’s Open House— CHEWsday                                                     American Red Cross
10:00 a.m. -4:00 p.m., Levering 115                                             Blood Drive
From the depths of the AMR basement, the Center                                 September 16-17
for Health Education and Wellness has moved on up                               7:30 a.m., Levering Hall
to a brand new location in Levering Hall. Help us                               Glass Pavilion
celebrate our new digs with an open house! Stop in     American Red Cross Homewood Campus Blood
throughout the day to learn about CHEW’s programs      Drive. Students needed. For more information,
and services to help you manage a healthy lifestyle.   contact: John Black, (410) 516-0138
Grab some free refreshments and giveaways while
                                                                                                            Student Profile:
learning all about what CHEW can do for you!           Annual Community Involvement Fair
                                                       Noon-3:00 p.m., Bloomberg School of Public           Mwende Muindi, Elizabeth, NJ
Interviewing: Practical Tips to Market Your Skills     Health (JHSPH Feinstone Hall Room E2030)             Senior, Public Health & Africana Studies
4:00-5:00 p.m., Levering Hall Sherwood Room            SOURCE announces the Annual Community
The job interview is your chance to sell your          Involvement Fair!         SOURCE’s partnering        Student Organization(s) you are
strengths and present yourself as a unique             community-based organizations will set up            involved in: Black Student Union,
candidate. Learn the importance of preparation and     informational booths and chat with students,         Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, INC.
practice in this workshop. For more information,       faculty, and staff about a variety of involvement
contact: Chelsea Haring, charing1@jhu.edu              opportunities including practicum, capstone          Your favorite hangout spot on campus:
                                                       projects, internships, and course projects. For up   Honestly, I have a lot of fun anywhere on
                       JHU College Democrats           to date info: www.jhsph.edu/source                   campus when I’m with my friends. If I had
                       Kickoff BBQ!                                                                         to pick one place it would be the BSU Room.
                       5:30 p.m., AMR I BBQ Pits       Men’s Soccer vs. Cabrini College
                                                                                                            Your favorite local restaurant: I just
                       Come join the JHU College       4:00 p.m., Homewood Field
                                                                                                            discovered Carma’s Cafe this summer
                       Dems at our annual BBQ!
                                                                                                            and it’s really great!
                       This is a great opportunity     Engineers Without Borders First General Body
                       to meet fellow Democrats,       Meeting                                              Your favorite thing about being
                       engage local politicos, and     5:30-6:30 p.m., Arellano Theater                     involved in Student Organizations:
                       enjoy free food. Past           Want an opportunity to travel abroad and make a      What I love about Student Organizations
participants included Gov. Martin O’Malley, Rep.       difference in a developing country? Come to our      is that they are an amazing place to
John Sarbanes, and Councilman Bill Henry. More         1st meeting of the year to find out more and meet    cultivate your ideas, talents and passions,
information: jhucollegedemocrats@gmail.com             the students involved! All majors are welcome and    while getting to meet some extremely
                                                       needed. Free pizza will be provided. More            interesting people in the process.
CRASH (Creating Responsibility in Adolescent           information: Jessica Shiao, jshiao1@jhu.edu
Sexual Health) Info Session
6:00-6:30 p.m., Mattin 162                             Moving Media
Looking for a low-commitment, high-impact              7:00 - 8:30 p.m., AMR TV Room
volunteer program? Join CRASH, as we develop           Watch student films and see art which has
strong bonds with Baltimore’s youth by teaching        been published in Thoroughfare, a digital
interactive reproductive health. Learn more at:        undergraduate Literary Magazine. Come
www.jhucrash.webnode.com            or email:          Learn about our club and enjoy free snacks.
jhucrash@gmail.com. Sponsored by: Center for           For more information, contact: Leah
Social Concern                                         Liberman, Thoroughfare.Mag@gmail.com
Women’s Soccer vs. College of Misericordia           Identity presents Sonny Caberwal                      Holi-Healthfest!
7:00 p.m., Homewood Field                            8:00 p.m., Location: TBA                              2:00-5:00 p.m., Recreation Center
                                                     Sonny Caberwal, the world’s first Sikh supermodel     A holistic event for the whole you. Get a free seated
Muslim Student Association’s Fast-a-thon             and an international civil rights advocate comes to   massage; try vegetable ice cream, acupuncture, and
7:00 p.m., Interfaith Center                         Johns Hopkins University to speak about racial        pet therapy; sample yummy food and much, much
Join the MSA for the annual Fast-a-thon. Fast and    profiling issues. Sonny has made the cover of GQ,     more! For more information, contact: Barbara
take whatever money you would spend on food          and has also been featured in People Magazine,        Gwinn, bgwinn1@jhu.edu Sponsored by: JHU
and donate it to a local homeless shelter. In the    The UK Telegraph, and is a part of Kenneth Cole’s     Center for Health Education & Wellness, the
evening, everyone comes together to break the        “aWEARness” campaign, which strives to challenge      Counseling Center, the Recreation Center and CLF
fast with a pizza dinner at the IFC. More            stereotypes. For more information, contact:
information: Kathy Schnurr, kschnurr@jhu.edu         vjordan2@jhu.edu                                                               Football vs. Gettysburg
                                                                                                                                    College
Stepping Stone Ministry Game Night                   RAB Hopkins Texas Hold’em                                                      7:00 p.m., Homewood
Time and location: TBA                               8:00 p.m., Charles Commons                                                     Field
Board games, video games, card games, all kinds      Join other residential students in this free Texas
of games, and snacks! Hang out, meet some new        Hold’em Tournament where you can win prizes for                              Baltimore Orioles vs.
people, and have fun. For more information,          the top three places. This event is great for both                           Boston Red Sox
contact: jkim252@jhu.edu.                            new poker players and seasoned poker veterans                                7:05 p.m., Oriole Park at
                                                     alike. Come out and enjoy the company of your                                Camden Yards
                                                     friends and make some new ones. For more              Every Friday is Student Night. $6 left field upper
Thursday September 17                                information, contac: Lara India or Mary Vitale,       reserve tickets with ID. For ticket info, visit
                                                     hopkinsRAB@gmail.com.                                 www.theorioles.com
Leaders + Legends featuring George Chavel
7:30-9:00 a.m., Location: TBA                                                                              Stepping Stone Ministry Praise Night
                                                                                                           7:30 p.m., Location TBA
A monthly breakfast speaker series featuring         Friday September 18                                   Praise Night is a time of worship and celebration to
today’s most influential business minds. President
and CEO of Sodexo, Inc., a $7.7 billion integrated                                                         kick off the school year. For more information,
food and facilities management services company.     Last day to add classes.                              contact: jkim252@jhu.edu
$35 per person. carey.jhu.edu/
                                                     Rosh Hashanah
leadersandlegend For more
                                                     September 18-20                                       Saturday September 19
        information.
                                                     See High Holiday brochure for exact service and
                                                      meal times, Glass Pavilion and Bunting Meyerhoff     Sex on the Beach
                                                         Interfaith Center                                 Noon-4:00 p.m., the Beach
                                                             Join Hopkins Hillel and the surrounding       Come learn about sex, contraception, and your
                                                                Jewish Community for High Holiday          health rights with Students for Choice! Our annual
                                                                    Services. For more information         sex education fair features games, mocktails, prizes
                                                                       visit: www.hopkinshillel.org        and (of course) condoms!

                                                                                                                   Field Hockey vs. Gettysburg College
                                                                                                                   1:00 p.m., Homewood Field

                                                                                                                    Red Cross Military Care Packages
                                                                                                                    9:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m., The Beach
                                                                                                                    Stop by this Saturday in front of the MSE
                                                                                                                    library and help the American Red Cross
                                                                                                                    make care packages for our soldiers serving
                                                                                                           here and abroad! For more information come to
                                                                                                           the first general body meeting of the JHU American
                                                                                                           Red Cross. For more information, contact Avik Som,
                                                                                                           asom1@jhu.edu. Sponsored by Johns Hopkins
                                                                                                           American Red Cross.
Argentine Tango Dance Classes
Time: TBA, Hopkins ROTC Building                      Tuesday September 22                                    Friday September 25
La Tangueria is glad to invite you to join us for
Argentine Tango Dance Classes. Classes and            Networking: Your Competitive Edge                                               Global Medical Brigades &
workshops are divided by progression of levels.       4:00-5:30 p.m., Shriver Hall Clipper Room                                       Global Public Health
From Beginners to Advance. For more information,      Networking is the best way to find job and                                      Brigades Information
dates and times, contact: tango@jhu.edu .             internship opportunities. Learn how to build and                                Session
Sponsored by: GRO                                     maintain your professional network as you plan                                  6:00 p.m., OMA (Office of
                                                      your career. For more information, contact                                      Multicultural Affairs)
                                                      Chelsea Haring at charing1@jhu.edu                                              Lounge
Sunday September 20                                                                                                                   GMB is partnering up with
                                                      VEX Robotics Competition                                GPHB to lead a brigade of interested JHU students
                        Whitewater Kayaking           6:00-10:00 p.m., Levering Hall Glass Pavilion           to Flor Azul, Honduras over intersession. Students
                        Beginner Trip                 Build robots and compete for the ultimate prize!        will travel to several Honduran villages and will
                        8:00 a.m., Location: TBA      For interested teams, please contact Hopkins            provide both medical and non-medical care that
                        Come have an extreme day      Undergraduate Engineering Society at                    would not be available otherwise. For more
                        of whitewater kayaking!       jhu.hues@gmail.com or see our Facebook group!           information, contact: John R. Kim, jrkim@jhu.edu.
                        No experience necessary,                                                              Sponsored by: Office of Multicultural Affairs
                        all skill levels welcome.
                        Equipment and training
                                                      Wednesday September 23                                  Stepping Stone Ministry Friday Service
                        provided. Participants                                                                7:30 p.m., Shaffer 303
must come to two kayaking roll sessions before the    Volleyball vs. Stevenson University                     Friday night services are a time of worship and
trip (Thursday 8:00-10:00, Friday 7:00-9:00 in Rec    7:00 p.m., Goldfarb Gym                                 reflection. More information: jkim252@jhu.edu
Center pool)
                                                      Women’s Soccer vs. Saint Mary’s College of              Baltimore Book Festival
Taiwanese American Students Association Junior        Maryland                                                Mount Vernon Place (600 N. Charles St.)
Board Interviews                                      7:00 p.m., Homewood Field                               New and contemporary authors and illustrators are
Time and Location: TBA                                                                                        having book signings, panel discussions and
Didn’t have a chance to run for TASA office last      Ronald McDonald House Volunteer Opportunity             readings this weekend at the mid-Atlantic’s premier
year? Apply for the Junior Board to get more          7:00-9:00 p.m., Leaving from the JHU Interfaith         literary-arts event. There will be literary and art
involved with TASA! For more information about        Center                                                  tours of Baltimore, poetry slams, workshops, and
the Junior Board, visit our website at www.jhu.edu/   Join Campus Ministries in volunteering at the           exhibits on African American, Maryland, and
tasa and click on the Junior Board tab. For more      Ronald McDonald House. Come play BINGO and              children’s literature. For information, contact:
information, contact: jhuTASA@gmail.com               spend the evening with the families of children         (410) 752-8632 www.baltimorebookfestival.com.
                                                      hospitalized for extended periods of time. For
                                                      more information, email Kathy Schnurr at
Monday September 21                                   Kschnurr@jhu.edu

                      Lab on the Harbor
                      8:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m.,
                                                      Thursday September 24
                      Baltimore Convention
                      Center                          Pink Lemonade with Phi Mu!
                      The World Stem Cell             3:00-5:00 p.m., Outside of AMR I
                      Summit’s kickoff event          Here’s a chance for new students to meet the
                      and also the largest free       sisters of the Phi Mu Fraternity here at Hopkins!
                                                      We will be welcoming the new freshmen with                    Student Profiles:
day of exciting science outreach. It includes
educational programs, museum exhibit tours,           some pink lemonade and a chance to talk to some
                                                      of the most extraordinary women about Greek Life              Affan Sheikh, Atlanta, GA
career development, documentary films,                                                                              Senior, International Studies &
discussion, seminars and entertainment.               and Hopkins! For more information, contact: Katy
                                                                                                                    Political Science
                                                      Lefkof, (415) 378-2459
Sponsored by: JHU Student Society for Stem Cell
Research                                                                                                            Student Organization(s) you are
                                                      Newman Night                                                  involved in: Student Government
                                                      5:30 p.m., the Newman House (2941 N Charles St.)              Association, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity,
       Nu Rho Psi 1st General Meeting
                                                      Catholic Community’s Newman Night! Mass at                    Alumni Student Ambassador Program,
        9:00 p.m., Mergenthaler 111
                                                      5:30 followed by free dinner and an activity at 6:00.         Orientation, Senior Leadership
                    Interested in Nu Rho Psi, the
                                                      All are welcome! For more information, contact:               Consultants.
                                   Johns Hopkins
                                                      Dustin Himmerich, dhimmer1@jhu.edu
                                   Neuroscience                                                                     Your favorite hangout spot on campus:
                                   Society? Come                                                                    Cafe Q
                                                      Class Clash – Volleyball Tournament
                                  to our first
                                                      7:00 p.m., Freshman Quad
                                  general meeting                                                                   Your favorite local restaurant: In
                                                      Get your team of 6 together, or come and join a
                                 of the year to                                                                     Charles Village-Carma’s Cafe; In
                                                      team with new friends. The Office of Residential              Baltimore-Pazo
                                 find out more
                                                      Life is proud to sponsor the annual Class Clash
                                about NRP and
                                                      Volleyball Tournament where you can showcase                  Your favorite thing about being
                                   what we have in
                                                      your volleyball skills or just come out for the free          involved in Student Organizations:
                                      store for
                                                      t-shirt for participating on a team (Rain date:               Having the opportunity to work with
                                       the year.
                                                      October 1st). For more information, contact: Corey            fellow students and administrators to
                                                      Michalos, cmichal5@jhu.edu                                    enhance and promote the truly unique
                                                                                                                    experience of being a student at Johns
                                                                                                                    Hopkins.
                                                                                                                          Wrestling Club
Saturday September 26                                           Monday September 28                                       10:00-11:30 p.m., Sport Room on the third floor of
                                                                                                                          the Recreation Center
                            College Democrats Trip to           Stressbusters Training                                    The wrestling club provides students, faculty, and
                            Washington, D.C.                    September 28-29                                           staff of Hopkins with a place to wrestle outside of
                            All Day                             Time and Location: TBA                                    the varsity level and to learn about the sport of
                            Join the College Democrats          Stressbusters are teams of JHU students trained to        wrestling. People of all different experience levels
                            for a trip to DC that will          give free, five-minute back rubs to other students and    are welcome. For more information, contact: Storm
                            include sightseeing, hanging        staff at campus events. The requirements are stress-      Horine, jhuwrestlingclub@gmail.com
                            out with a DC university’s          free, the training is for life, and the popularity is
                            College Democrats group,            instantaneous! As a Stressbuster you will learn           Meeting of the Pet and Animal Welfare Society
meeting players in the policy making process, and               effective backrub techniques; provide wildly              6:30 p.m., Mattin 160
more! Join us for a fun-filled trip to the nation’s capitol.    appreciated community service; get health related         Come play with some animals and learn how you
More info. contact: Daniel Barash, College Democrats            experience to put on your resume; make a huge             can get involved with Hopkins PAWS! PAWS aims to
President, (917) 520-0420                                       difference in the lives of others; and have fun, make     improve the quality of life of unwanted animals in
                                                                friends, and learn how to relax! Become a                 Baltimore through volunteer work at local shelters.
Baltimore Marathon Kids Kickoff Celebration                     Stressbuster at one of these two training sessions.       Check out www.jhu.edu/paws for more info or
9:00 a.m., Western/Polytechnic High School                      Note: you must first complete an application process      email jhupaws@gmail.com
Volunteers are needed to help cheer the kids on, hand           and interview before being invited to attend a training
out rewards, and help with crowd control, all in effort
to support 5,000 Baltimore area children as they take
                                                                session. Email stressbusters@jhu.edu for more info.
                                                                                                                          Thursday October 1
on the challenge of running 26.2 miles over the next 6          Park Heights Community Farmer’s Market
months. Volunteers are needed for shifts between 6:00           9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., Pimlico Race Track parking lot     Campus Ministries Cosmic Coffeehouse
a.m. and 12:00 p.m. To sign up www.facebook.com/l/                                                                        9:30- midnight, Interfaith Center
;www.marathonkids.org, and select “Volunteer” in the            James Joyce Trivia Night                                  Join us for a showcase of student music groups, open
middle of the home page. You can also email Volunteer           7:30 p.m., James Joyce Irish Bar & Restaurant (616        mic, karaoke, Kosher Dunkin Donuts, s’mores, coffee,
Coordinator, Leisha Bell, at leisha@marathonkids.org.           S. President St.)                                         hot chocolate, a variety of teas and more. More info
                                                                All you need to know: first place gets you a $30 gift     contact: Kathy Schnurr - kschnurr@jhu.edu.
Ataxia Awareness Picnic                                         card, second place is a $20 gift card. Be courteous
11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Levering Hall Great Hall                  when splitting it among your teammates! The typical       Fall Career Fair
Come support Ataxia Awareness with the JHU Ataxia               crowd is a mix of 20-30 somethings.                       11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m., Recreation Center
Ambassadors at their annual picnic. Have a great time                                                                     The Career Fair is open to students and alumni
learning more about ataxia and interacting with                                                                           seeking jobs, internships or grad/professional
patients in a fun environment.                                  Tuesday September 29                                      school opportunities. For more information,
                                                                                                                          contact Emily Calderone at recruit@jhu.edu
Football vs. Moravian College                                   How to Work a Career Fair
2:00 p.m., Homewood Field                                       3:30-4:30 p.m., Levering Hall, Great Hall
                                                                Have you ever wondered what to do when you
Men’s Soccer vs. Haverford College                              walk into a crowded career fair? Come and find
7:00 p.m., Homewood Field                                       out how to approach this situation in a strategic
                                                                way in order to make the best impression that you
Squash Club’s first practice of the year!                       can. Fall Career Fair is Oct 1st! For more
Time: TBA                                                       information, contact Chelsea Haring at
Squash courts, Ralph S. O’Connor Recreation Center              charing1@jhu.edu
Are you a lover of squash? Or have you always wanted
to try playing? We welcome squash enthusiasts of all            Field Hockey vs. Dickinson College
skill levels to our first practice! This year we’ll also host   4:00 p.m., Homewood Field
clinics, matches, tournaments, and other social events.
See you on the courts! For more information, contact:
                                                                Women’s Soccer vs. Dickinson College
Kristin Lehner, klehner@gmail.com
                                                                7:00 p.m., Homewood Field

Sunday September 27                                             Wednesday September 30
Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur
                                                                Volleyball vs. Dickinson
September 27-29
                                                                College
See High Holiday brochure for exact service / meal times,
                                                                7:00 p.m., Goldfarb
Glass Pavilion and Bunting Meyerhoff Interfaith Center
                                                                Gym
Join Hopkins Hillel and the surrounding Jewish
Community for High Holiday Services. For more
information visit: www.hopkinshillel.org

Women’s Lacrosse Scrimmages
11:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m., Homewood
Field

Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland
Browns
1:00 p.m., M&T Bank Stadium
Ticket information
www.baltimoreravens.com
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
Over 300 Ways to Involve Yourself on Campus - For more info. on these student organizations, visit http://jhu.mystudentgroups.com
Academic and Research Organizations                Pet and Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)           Sigma Chi Fraternity                                 Eclectics Dance Group                           Mock Trial Association
American Institute of Chemical Engineers/          Project HEALTH                                  Sigma Omicron Pi                                     Egyptian Sun                                    Model United Nations
  Society for Biological Engineers (AIChE/SBE)     Project PLASE                                   Sigma Phi Epsilon                                    Entertainer’s Club                              Model United Nations Conference
Ataxia Ambassadors                                 Project Prevent                                                                                      Gospel Choir                                    On The Beat
Biotech Network, Hopkins                           Public Health Student Forum                     Graduate Student Organizations                       Hopkins Symphony Orchestra                      Outdoor Pursuits
Center for Africana Studies Student Advisory       Ready Set Design                                Ashtanga Yoga Group                                  Indian Cultural Dance                           Photography Club
Council                                            Refugee Youth Project                           Black Graduate Student Association                   Club                                            Policy Debate Team
Chinese Salon                                      Remington Outreach                              Chess Club                                           Jaywalk                                         Ski and Snowboard Club
Computer Integrated Surgery Student Research       Salud                                           Chinese Student and Scholar Association              Jhumoor                                         Student Art League
Society (CISSRS)                                   SAT Tutoring at ACCE                            Cricket Club                                         JOSH                                            Student Athlete Advisory Committee
Global Development Research                        Save the Future, Inc.                           Graduate Christian Fellowship                        Ketzev                                          Students Helping to Invent New Expressions
HUES (Hopkins Undergraduate Engineering            SHARE (Supporting Hospitals Abroad with         Graduate Representative Organization (GRO)           Kranti, Hopkins                                   (SHINE)
  Society)                                         Resources and Equipment                         Indian Graduate Student Association                  Ladybirds Dance Team                            WJHU Johns Hopkins Student Radio
International Genetically Engineered Machine       STAND! (Students Taking A New Direction)        Institute for Policy Studies Student Association     Lindy Hop and Blues Dance Society               Woodrow Wilson Debate Council
  Competition Club                                 Student Advocacy Board (CSC)                    Johns Hopkins Homewood Postdoctoral                  MASTI
Math Club                                          TROH (Therapeutic Riding of Hopkins)              Association                                        Mental Notes                                    Sport Clubs
Pre-Law Society, JHU                               Tutorial Project, Johns Hopkins                 Mechanical Engineering Graduate Student              Modern Dance Company                            Badminton Club
Student Research Group, Johns Hopkins              Vision Xchange                                    Association                                        Octopodes                                       Basketball, Women’s Club
Student Society for Stem Cell Research, JHU        Waverly Tutorial Student Initiative             MInDS                                                S.L.A.M. (STOP LOOK AT ME!)                     Bodybuilding Club
                                                                                                   Shab-e-She’r                                         Shakti                                          Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Advocacy and Awareness Organizations               Cultural Organizations                          Squash Club                                          Sirens                                          Capoeira Club
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)              African Students Association                    Turkish Graduate Student Association                 Student Stand Ups                               Cycling
Amnesty International                              Armenian Youth Organization                     Women of Whiting                                     VIVAZ-Performing Arts Company                   Field Hockey
Association for India’s Development                Bengali Organization, Hopkins                                                                        Vocal Chords                                    Golf Club
CHAI - Coalition of Hopkins Activists for Israel   Black Student Union                             Honor and Professional Societies                     Witness Theater                                 Hopkins Softball
Colleges Against Cancer                            Caribbean Cultural Society                      Alpha Epsilon Delta (AED)                                                                            Hopkins Women’s Rugby Club (HWRC)
Engineering World Health                           Chinese Students Association                    Alpha Kappa Psi                                      Publications and Journals                       Ice Hockey Club
Engineers for a Sustainable World (ESW)            Ciao! The Johns Hopkins Italian Club            American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics   Black and Blue Jay                              Lacrosse, Men’s Club
Global Medical Brigades                            Diverse Sexuality and Gender Alliance             (AIAA)                                             Carrollton Record                               Lacrosse, Women’s Club
Global Public Health Brigades                        (D.S.A.G.A.)                                  Beta Beta Beta (BBB)                                 Donkey, The Hopkins                             Olympic Taekwondo
Hopkins Energy Action Team (HEAT)                  Filipino Students Association                   Biomedical Engineering Society                       East Asian Forum and Review                     Outdoors Club
Hopkins Kicks Butts                                French Club                                     Golden Key International Honor Society               Epidemic Proportions                            Rugby, Men’s
JHU Votes                                          German Club                                     Health Occupations Students of America               Film Society, Johns Hopkins                     Soccer, Men’s Club
Operation Smile                                    HAPA multicultural group                        Hopkins Organization for Pre-Health Education        Hopkins Undergraduate Research Journal          Soccer, Women’s Club
Peace Corps Association                            Hawai’i Ohana                                     (HOPE)                                               (HURJ)                                        Soo Bahk Do, JHU
SLAM AIDS                                          Hellenic Students Association                   IEEE, JHU                                            J Magazine                                      Student Boosters Club
Social Awareness and Gender Equality (S.A.G.E.)    Hong Kong Students Association                  JHU Undergraduate American Marketing                 JHU Politik                                     Swimming, Club
STAND: A Student Anti-Genocide Coalition           Inter-Asian Council                               Association Student Chapter                        Kaleidoscope, The                               Table Tennis
Stressbusters                                      Iranian Cultural Society                        Lambda Epsilon Mu                                    New Diplomat                                    Taekwondo
Students for Choice                                Japanese Students International                 National Society of Black Engineers                  News-Letter, Johns Hopkins                      Tennis, Club
Students for Environmental Action (SEA)            Korean Students Association                     National Society of Collegiate Scholars              Prometheus (Undergraduate Philosophy Journal)   Ultimate Frisbee, Mens
Support our Troops                                 Organizacion Latina Estudiantil (OLE)           Nu Rho Psi                                           Thoroughfare                                    Ultimate Frisbee, Women’s
Voice For Life                                     Polonia, Hopkins                                Omicron Delta Kappa                                  Triple Helix                                    Volleyball, Men’s Club
                                                   Singapore Students Association                  Pi Sigma Alpha                                       Zeniada                                         Volleyball, Women’s Club
Center for Social Concern Organizations            South Asian Students at Hopkins                 Pre-Dental Society                                                                                   Water Polo
Advocates for Autism                               Taiwanese American Students Association         Psi Chi                                              Religious and Spiritual Organizations           Wing Chun Kung Fu
AIDS Alliance                                      Turkish Student Association                     Rho Lambda Leadership Recognition Society for        Agape Campus Christian Fellowship               Wrestling Club
Alpha Phi Omega                                    Vietnamese Students Association                 Sorority Women                                       Ambassador Fellowship
American Cancer Society/Relay For Life                                                             Sigma Iota Rho                                       Catholic Community at Hopkins                   Student Government
American Red Cross Corps                           Fraternities and Sororities                     Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers           Christian Fellowship, Hopkins                   Class of 2009 Council
Baltimore Rescue Mission Clinic                    Alpha Delta Phi                                 Society of Women Engineers                           Fellowship of Christian Athletes                Class of 2010 Council
Best Buddies                                       Alpha Epsilon Pi                                Tau Beta Pi                                          Hindu Students Council                          Class of 2011 Council
Boot Up, B’more                                    Alpha Kappa Delta Phi                           Theta Tau                                            Jewish Students Association                     Class of 2012 Council
Campus Kitchen at Johns Hopkins University         Alpha Phi                                       Women’s Pre-Health Leadership Society                KROSS                                           Foreign Affairs Symposium (FAS)
Circle K                                           Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.- Sigma Sigma                                                        Latter Day Saint Student Association            Hopkins Organization for Programming (HOP)
Clowning Around Baltimore                            Chapter                                       Performing Arts Organizations                        Muslim Association                              Milton S. Eisenhower Symposium (MSE)
Cooking 4 Love                                     Beta Theta Pi                                   Adoremus                                             Reformed University Fellowship (RUF)            Spring Fair
Creating Responsibility in Adolescent Sexual       Delta Xi Phi Multicultural Sorority, Inc.       AllNighters                                          Sikh Student Association                        Student Activities Commission (SAC)
  Health                                           Inter-Fraternity Council                        Ballet Company                                       Stepping Stone Ministry                         Student Government Association (SGA)
Crossover Basketball                               Iota Nu Delta Fraternity, Inc.                  Ballroom Dance Club                                  United Methodist Students
CSC Dance Program                                  Kappa Kappa Gamma                               Bands                                                                                                Student Services and Support Organizations
Engineers Without Borders                          Lambda Phi Epsilon                              Barnstormers                                         Special Interest and Hobby Organizations        A Place to Talk
Friends of Baltimore Schools                       Latinas Promoviendo Comunidad/Lambda Pi Chi     Buttered Niblets                                     Animation Club                                  Active Minds
From Classroom to Community                          Sorority, Inc.                                Chinese Lion and Dragon Dance Troupe                 Arcade Gaming Club                              Consulting Club
Girl Scouts                                        Panhellenic Council, JHU                        Choral Society                                       Army ROTC                                       Hopkins Emergency Response Organization
H.E.A.L.T.H Initiative                             Phi Delta Theta                                 Dunbar-Baldwin-Hughes Theatre Company                Association for Computing Machinery               (HERO)
Habitat for Humanity                               Phi Gamma Delta                                                                                      Baja, Hopkins                                   PEEPs (a Peer Health Education group)
HARMONY                                            Phi Kappa Psi                                                                                        Billiards Association                           SARU
Heifer at Hopkins                                  Phi Mu                                                                                               Bioethics Society                               Student Admissions Advisory Board
Hopkins Association for Stroke Awareness           Pi Kappa Alpha                                                                                       College Democrats                               WITS: Welcoming and Integrating Transfer
Jail Tutorial                                      Sigma Alpha Epsilon                                                                                  College Republicans                             Students
Lideres                                                                                                                                                 Hopkins Organization of Finance & Investment
Margaret Brent Music Program                                                                                                                            Hopkins Production Club
Maryland School for the Blind Outreach                                                                                                                  Hopkins Science Fiction Association (HopSFA)
Organization for Community Building and Social                                                                                                          Japanese Jujitsu
  Change, Hopkins                                                                                                                                       JohnCon
Partnership For Student Achievement Mentoring                                                                                                              La Tangueria
Patchwork                                                                                                                                                         Magic: The Gathering Club
Peace by Peace
JHU FUN FACTS   Ron Daniels is the fourth Johns Hopkins president to live among the university’s undergraduates, at Nichols House on the
                Homewood campus.

                Dr. Hannibal Lecter from the Lecter Trilogy by Thomas Harris attends the Johns Hopkins University after leaving Europe for
                America.

                The Nicole Kidman film The Invasion (2007) was partly filmed in a laboratory in Mudd Hall on the Homewood campus.

                The HBO film Something the Lord Made (2004) was filmed both on the Homewood campus and medical
                campus. However, the hospital depicted in the movie was actually the outside of Gilman Hall and
                Levering Hall located on the Homewood campus.

                In the movie The Prince and Me (2007), the character Paige Morgan is accepted into the Johns
                Hopkins School of Medicine.

                In the science fiction movie The Island (2005), the retinal scans of Lincoln Six Echo are sent
                to Johns Hopkins for analysis.

                In the television series House, the character Dr. Eric Foreman is a graduate of the Johns
                Hopkins School of Medicine. Dr. Gregory House attended Johns Hopkins for
                undergraduate and medical school, but was thrown out of the medical school for
                cheating.

                In the television series The Simpsons, Dr. Julius Hibbert is a graduate of the Johns
                Hopkins School of Medicine.

                JHU’s Homewood campus sits on 140 acres.

                The Space Telescope Science Institute is located on the Homewood campus and
                controls, analyzes, and collects data from the Hubble Space Telescope.

                The university’s graduate programs in the areas of Biological & Biomedical
                Sciences, Engineering, Human Development & Family Studies, Health
                Sciences, Humanities, Physical & Mathematical Sciences and International
                Affairs & Development all rank among the top-10 of their respective
                disciplines.

                The Johns Hopkins University Library system houses
                more than 3.6 million volumes.




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