Album: “The Beatles” (Super Deluxe edition) Artist: The Beatles Release date: Nov. 9 Label: EMI/Apple Grade: A- The question of what’s next for the Beatles arose after 1967’s “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.” The Beatles etched their name into history books with an album that both expanded upon and raised the bar for innovation in the studio. “Sgt. Pepper” set a marker in the bands career, seemingly one difficult to top. The Beatles reconvened in 1968, resorting to the studio as a remedy to ailments of any kind. John, Paul, George and Ringo were creatures of the enclosed environment behind a wall of glass. And the only way forward was to keep recording. Amidst the fighting, disagreements and genuine pain of a band growing apart, The Beatles spent grueling months on what would become “The Beatles,” more commonly known as “The White Album.” The result was hours of … [Read more...] about Giles Martin revisits “The Beatles” with over-five-hour Super Deluxe edition
COURTESY OF MEAGAN PEOPLES Some attendees felt as the the university was not listening to feedback. The University hosted the second of a three-part series on policing and security on Friday, Nov. 9 on the East Baltimore campus. The discussion, titled “Constitutional Policing and Police Accountability,” consisted of a moderated discussion between a panel of experts and an audience Q&A session. The panel included Nancy La Vigne, vice president for justice policy at the Urban Institute; Chrisy Lopez former deputy chief in the Special Litigation Section of the Civil Rights Division at the U.S. Department of Justice; and Vesla Weaver, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Political Science and Sociology. The discussion was moderated by Daniel Webster, professor of Health Policy and Management at Bloomberg. The discussion was intended to provide space for community members and Hopkins affiliates to provide feedback on the proposed private police force. … [Read more...] about University holds second discussion panel on security
COURTESY OF HOPKINSSPORTS.COM Junior midfielder Maggie Coulson offensively led the Blue Jays with four shot attempts on Sunday. Despite losing in the Centennial Conference Championship, the No. 8-ranked Hopkins women’s soccer team was granted the opportunity to host the first and second rounds of the Division III NCAA Tournament this past weekend. This was the team’s 10th time hosting an NCAA Regional in 11 years and their 14th consecutive trip to the Tournament. The Blue Jays matched up against the Cabrini College Cavaliers on Saturday in the first round. Hopkins struck first when senior forward Kristen Hori sent a pass to graduate student forward Michelle Santangelo, which she put into the back of the net just under 19 minutes into the game. The Jays extended their lead to 2-0 in the 27th minute, after junior forward Maddy Rocks netted one off a pass from junior midfielder Carly Lupton-Smith. A goal-less half from junior goalie Robyn Lipschultz allowed Hopkins to … [Read more...] about W. Soccer loses by one goal in NCAA Regionals
COURTESY OF PAVA LAPERE Innov8MD participants networked with entrepreneurs across Maryland. Eight Maryland universities hosted the first annual Innov8MD Entrepreneurship Conference at Spark Baltimore in the Inner Harbor on Friday, Nov. 9. Participating universities included Hopkins, the University of Maryland, Morgan State University, Maryland Institute College of Art and the University of Baltimore, among other Maryland schools. Entrepreneurial leaders across eight universities came together to form the Maryland Collegiate Entrepreneurship Coalition, which aims to further student innovation across the state. To begin the Conference, student startups presented demos for the early stages of their companies. Hopkins junior Pascal Acree, a member of the startup Kubanda Cryotherapy, talked about how entrepreneurship conferences like Innov8MD give students the opportunity to discover and interact with the Baltimore startup community. “Hopkins doesn’t really publicize … [Read more...] about Conference highlights student startups in Md.
HOPKINSSPORTS.COM The Jays were eliminated from the NCAA Tournament by Messiah. On Saturday, the Hopkins men’s soccer team played in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against the Washington and Lee University Generals. The Blue Jays battled to pull out a victory in penalty kicks against the Generals, and moved on to the next round the next day. In a heartbreaking loss on Sunday, Hopkins had its postseason run ended after a hard-fought battle against top-ranked Messiah College. Coming off of the regular season with a 13-4-1 record, the first round of the tournament was a long battle that pushed into double overtime. The Generals came out with aggression — three different players took shots within the first five minutes of the game. If the Jays were fazed by this boldness, they didn’t show it. Sophomore goalie Xander LeFevre saved one easily and the other two missed or were blocked. This would prove to be the story of both teams’ efforts … [Read more...] about M. Soccer’s season comes to an end vs. Messiah