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ADVISORY: Johns Hopkins Commencement Set for May 24

About 1,500 students will claim their degrees Wednesday, May 24, at the commencement ceremony for all of Johns Hopkins University’s divisions and campuses. Journalist Frank Bruni, whose 22-year career at The New York Times has included stints as White House correspondent, restaurant critic, and now columnist, will be the speaker.

Johns Hopkins Announces 2017 Honorary Degree Recipients

An award-winning journalist, a trailblazing university president, the nation’s top librarian, an inspiration for the movie Hidden Figures, a Nobel Prize-winning scientist, and a Johns Hopkins alumnus whose generous philanthropy has had an indelible impact on the lives of JHU students, will receive Johns Hopkins University honorary degrees this year.

Columnist Frank Bruni to Give Commencement Address

March 28, 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Jill Rosen Office: 443-997-9906 Cell: 443-547-8805 jrosen@jhu.edu Journalist Frank Bruni, whose 22-year career at The New York Times has included stints as White House correspondent, restaurant critic and now columnist, will speak at the Johns Hopkins University’s commencement ceremony on Wednesday May 24. A wide-ranging opinion writer who […]