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  • Female STEM teachers have inspired female students to take science-related courses and get more involved in the field.

    Diversity Board Interviews Women in the Science Department

    Megan Davis ’23 Features Editor
    This term, Hopkins Diversity Board (DivBo) members Harini Thiruvengadam ’23, Nia Lampley ’24, and Ishani Vallabhajosyula ’24 interviewed several of the female teachers in the science department to gain insight into what it is like to be a woman in a male-dominated field. By conducting these interviews, DivBo hopes to spread awareness, empower women in STEM fields, and help readers get to know their science teachers a bit better.
  • A snapshot of Mecha Noodle Bar in New Haven during rush hour.

    Hopkins Students Review Local Food Hotspots

    Evie Doolittle '23 News Editor
    With Hopkins’ proximity to downtown New Haven, students frequent restaurants in the area. Eating out at local restaurants strengthens the school’s connection with the city.
  • The movie poster for the film Jules et Jim.

    Society Lacks Reform 50 Years Later: Feminism in Jules et Jim

    Anjali Subramanian ’22 Managing Editor
    I recently watched the 1962 French New Wave film Jules et Jim. The movie follows the friendship between two men, Jules and Jim, and the woman who enters their lives, Catherine. Immediately, Catherine’s commanding presence, free-will, and bravado captured me. But even more so, I was drawn to her overt disregard of gender norms and her challenge to traditional femininity.
  • Stores stock up on excessive amounts of candy and
decorations on February 14 annually.

    Valentine’s Day: A Holiday of Capital

    Abby Regan ’22 Lead Op/Ed Editor
    I am a hopeless romantic and I love those candy conversation hearts, so you’d think I’d love Valentine’s Day.
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  • Songs of the Issue

    1. "Hurricane" - Kanye West
    2. "Champagne Poetry" - Drake
    3. "Una Nota" - J Balvin ft. Sech
    4. "Shivers" - Ed Sheeran

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  • Word of the Issue

    Bequeath: leave (a personal estate or one's body) to a person or other beneficiary by a will. (verb)

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  • TV Shows of the Issue

    The White Lotus (2021): "The exploits and misadventures of various guests and employees at a tropical resort over the course of one week." Staring Murrary Bartlett and Connie Britton
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