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Mind of a Medalist: Scientists Explain How the Brain Can Lead to Olympic Gold

Any athlete who’s made it to the Olympics has speed or strength or whatever physical skills it takes to lead the world in their sport. But Johns Hopkins University scientists say those who ultimately bring home gold have also honed the mind of a medalist.

MEDIA ADVISORY: It’s “Baltimore Day” for Johns Hopkins First-Year Students

Sunday, Aug. 27, is “Baltimore Day” during orientation for first-year students at the Homewood campus of the Johns Hopkins University. Members of the class of 2021 will learn about the city and how to get around, visit city neighborhoods and institutions, and enjoy a Baltimore-themed cookout dinner.

MEDIA ADVISORY: It’s “Baltimore Day” for Johns Hopkins Freshmen

“The idea of Baltimore Day is to get our students out of the Johns Hopkins bubble from the beginning and into places where they can learn to better understand the city that will be their home for four years,” said Justin Beauchamp, coordinator of orientation and first-year experience at the university. “We want them to appreciate the city’s history and culture and learn ways to engage in the greater Baltimore community.”