Monthly Archives: October 2014

Two and a Half Hours in the Life of a Phage Hunter

By Sophia Chen Walking into class every day is a surprise. I never know what to expect when I walk in, often just resorting to wondering what strange thing has grown on my plates today. This thought often runs on … Continue reading

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All About That Phage

By Dillan Villavisanis Digging up dirt around campus and hoarding it into plastic bags on the first day of college probably isn’t the best way to meet new people, as many of my other classmates were doing. But this was … Continue reading

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Hello, World!

By Chang Ha Back in April, during the second week of SOHOP (Spring Open House and Overnight Program), I visited the Homewood Campus in hopes of learning something new about Johns Hopkins and its college life. After all the pre-scheduled … Continue reading

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Phage at the End of the Tunnel?

By Ashley Yoo I’m not going to lie . . . I was scared coming into the lab the first day. I didn’t want to ruin my sample or the materials on the very first day, and the fact that … Continue reading

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A Study in Phage: The Musings of a Novice

By Taylor Veracka I’ll admit it: my first day of phage hunting was rocky at best. I was a nervous wreck, what with it being my first college class ever and all. Even though I knew what the class was … Continue reading

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Turning a new p(h)age in this chapter of my life

By Jihae Snyder “What classes are you taking?” is definitely one of the most frequently asked questions I have been bombarded with basically every day since I arrived at Hopkins 56 days ago. With the urge to roll my eyes, … Continue reading

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A Love for Discovery

By Maria Moncaliano We are hunters. What do we hunt? PHAGES. Hunting for phages has been an experience . . . and it has only been three weeks. I came to college excited to do research. So I signed up … Continue reading

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