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List of 20 news stories.

  • Bodhi Chiravuri ’26 uses Procreate to create his toilet design for the NASA Lunar Loo Challenge.

    Bodhan Chiravuri Designs Toilets For Astronaunts

    Aisha Nabali ’23 Campus Correspondent
    There are several privileges and commodities we take for granted on Earth, and being able to use the bathroom is one of them.
  • Peter Ziou’s painting“Memories of the Southwest.”

    Chatting With Art Teacher Legend, Peter Ziou

    Amalia Tuchmann ’23 Campus Correspondent
    Peter Ziou is nothing short of a celebrity on Hopkins campus.
  • A graphic of Biden’s Cabinet as of January 8, 2021.

    Diversity and Climate: Community Reacts to Cabinet Picks

    Zoe Sommer ’23 Campus Correspondent
    On January 20, 2021, at 12:00 pm, Joseph R. Biden was sworn into office, becoming the forty-sixth President of the United States.
  • Many Hopkins families opt to gather with relatives over Zoom this year.

    Home for the Holidays: “A Thanksgiving Meal Sans the Extended Family”

    Rose Robertson ’24 Campus Correspondent
    As health experts worry about a surge in coronavirus cases this holiday season, members of our Hopkins community have adapted traditions to hold onto valuable family time that usually comes with the Thanksgiving and winter breaks.
  • Senior College Essay Hooks

    The Class of 2020 shares a glimpse into their essays as they near the end of the college application process:
  • Senior Holiday Wishes

    I wish...
  • In previous years, students signed up to collect money
outside of local businesses for the CFBF.

    Student Council Adapts Winter Holiday Traditions

    Vivian Wang ’23, Evie Doolittle ’23 Assistant Features Editors
    As the holiday season approaches, in the midst of a pandemic, Hopkins continues to uphold its winter traditions.
  • Caroline McCarthy ’22 campaigns for State Representa-
tive Josh Elliot.

    Students Volunteer for Local and Statewide Elections

    Megan Davis ’23, Connor Tonasull ’24 Campus Correspondents
    In an election where more voters than ever got out to the polls and mailed in ballots, many Hopkins students chose to get involved in local and statewide electoral politics for the first time.
  • Students participate in Virtual Zoom Meeting for March for Our Lives, Hopkins Chapter.

    Clubs Transition to Online Meetings

    Evangeline Doolittle ‘23 Assistant Features Editor
    The coronavirus has impacted the way Hopkins clubs and student-led activities run, causing most clubs to transition to an entirely online format.
  • The results of the 2020 Hopkins election poll are displayed in this pie chart. 440 students, faculty, and staff voted.

    Election 2020 Discussions Take Over The Hill

    Emmett Dowd ’21 Features Editor
    It’s officially election season on The Hill and across the nation.
  • Hopkins students discuss their experiences at the Student Panel during the Admissions Open House in 2018.

    Hop Admissions Process Adapts to Covid-19

    Sophie Sonnenfeld ’21 Lead Features Editor
    Amidst the Covid-19 crisis, the Hopkins Admissions Team is keeping standardized testing requirements and creating new ways to let students in while keeping the virus out.
  • Students in Classic teacher Kate Horsley’s seventh grade advisory group adapt to socially distanced learning on The Hill.

    New Students Adjust to Life on The Hill

    Vivian Wang ‘23 Assistant Features Editor
    With the fall semester underway, students who are new to Hopkins are adjusting themselves to a new school environment, along with the hybrid learning model and other newly implemented COVID-19 safety procedures.
  • Henry Fisher

    Welcome to The Hill!

    The Razor welcomes new faculty and staff to Hopkins. Here are some personal introductions and tidbits. Be sure to give them a warm welcome!
  • Leah Fry

    Welcome New Faculty!

    The Features Staff
    The Razor welcomes new faculty and staff to Hopkins. Here are some personal introductions and tidbits. Be sure to give them a warm welcome!
  • Students and faculty face hours of Zoom class and meetings. Photo by Evie Doolittle '23

    Zoom and Learning in the Time of COVID

    Evie Dootlittle '22 Assistant Features Editor
    Using media platforms, like Zoom, to conduct school presents opportunities and challenges as the Hopkins student body adapts to a new normal.
  • Class of 2020 College List

  • Staying at Home and Staying Busy: Quarantine Activities

    Emmett Dowd '21 Features Editor
    The Hopkins community is finding ways to go beyond their comfort zones, expand their horizons, and try things they never would have, if not for COVID-19.
  • Chinese Teacher Lan Lin helps to deliver masks to the New Haven community. Photo credit: Hopkins Instagram.

    Students and Adults Volunteer Amidst Crisis

    Vivian Wang ’23 Assistant Features Editor and Sophie Sonnenfeld ’21 Lead Features Editor
    After reading through articles and posts online about the coronavirus pandemic, Sara Kenyon ‘23 got to work.
  • On November 5, 2019, Sabin greeted voters as they walked into polling centers. Photo by Eli Sabin '18

    Alum to Alderman

    Evie Doolittle '23, Assistant Features Editor
    This past fall, Eli Sabin ’18, a sophomore at Yale University studying political science, and a lifelong East Rock resident, became the youngest person to be elected to the New Haven Board of Alders.
  • On March 12, 2020, Asian-Americans in Boston protested against discrimination arising from Coronavirus. Photo by Steven Senne

    COVID-19 and the Blame Game

    Anjali Subramanian '22 News Editor and Vivian Wang '23 Assistant Editor
    In November 2019, the first case of coronavirus, or COVID-19, was diagnosed in Wuhan, China. As the virus spread, Asian governments were accused of facilitating the rise of coronavirus through unsanitary wet markets and the concealment of news. As these ideas circulated, Asians around the world became victims of both verbal and physical harassment.
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Julia Kosinski

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Aanya Panyadahundi
Melody Cui
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Emmett Dowd
Vivian Wang
Evangeline Doolittle
 
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Zach Williamson
Craigin Maloney
Anand Choudhary


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Sophia Neilson

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